6 riveting children's book that everyone must read

The beauty of any children’s book is that although it can pique a young reader’s imagination it can also change an adult one’s mind. No matter what the book is about many books that are designated “for children” are actually stories that are appropriate not only for kids but also for adults who will enjoy them just as much. Just because we get older doesn’t mean life’s lessons we learn from children’s books are less important. Sometimes it takes the simplicity of a story meant for little ones to remind us what is really important. Re-read children’s books and you are sure to come back to the grown-up world a calmer person.

So, if you are looking for incredible kids’ stories that also appeal to grown-up minds here are our recommendations. Curl up with these six children’s books.  They are not exclusively for children for they are just as exciting as more mature adult reads.

Oh, the Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss

Oh, the Places You’ll Go is a wonderfully wise and blessedly brief graduation speech from the one and only Dr. Seuss. Within just 56 pages, Dr. Seuss is able to send a message full of wisdom not only to children but also adults.

The book encourages young ones to persevere and take adversity in their stride. It is an inspiring modern-classic book that everyone should read.

How Buffalo Lost Her Coat: A Children's Tale from Nepal by Belinda DuPont

When a buffalo calf is born it has a beautiful brown and hairy coat but, by the time it is adult, the coat has disappeared and only a grey leathery skin is left. The  Nepalese children ask where the coat has gone and this is the story they are told.

This book is full of fun facts and also of life’s lessons. It helps children and even adults understand the beauty of evolving. This is indeed another book that children and parents will surely enjoy.

Mikkee the Martian: Mikkee Arrives by Peter Locke

Peter Locke has written a series of First book, Mikkee the Martian: Mikkee Arrives, the main protagonist’s adventure started. Mikkee arrives on Earth and meets up with Billy and Jilly,

the Watson twins, after his research