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The Enticing World Of Children’s Literature

January 07, 2022    7 min read

Books are a passport that help us travel to far off places from the comfort of our homes. They teach us, guide us and help us understand life from various perspectives. Unlike other genres children’s literature was developed keeping in mind the age and interest of children, ironically, times have changed but the tales we read from the yesteryears still remain a timeless classic.

To simplify, children’s literature is uncomplicated, usually accompanied by a life lesson and with an illustrated genre of books, poems and plays. It is believed that children who take up reading at a young age develop a creative bent of mind and are better at expressing themselves. The world of visuals and imagination helps in strengthening their comprehension capability.

While we dive deeper into this world, we have compiled a list of 3 classics that have been loved by children and even adults all over the world.

  1. Alice In Wonderland
    "Curiouser and curiouser!"
    One of the best written works for children by Lewis Carroll, this book has been adapted in various forms. It has always caught the fancy of filmmakers and actors, and is said to be one of the most sought after children’s novels. The book closely follows the adventures of the protagonist Alice and the journey she experiences once she goes down the mysterious rabbit hole. A book filled with keepsake quotes, it is a must read for all ages.

    Courtesy: Wikipedia

  2. Treasure Island
    “We must go on, because we can’t turn back.”
    Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson tells the story of Jim, a young adventurous boy who sincerely watches over an inn with his mother and his gravely ill father. Everything is running smoothly until the arrival of a guest who turns things upside down. The book highlights Jim’s journey and brings out peculiar qualities of different characters. It has been adapted into a very famous Broadway play as well.

    Courtesy: Wikipedia

  3. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
    “I am the maker of music, the dreamer of dreams!”
    From the author of Matilda and other children’s classics we have yet another classic that follows the journey of the most diligent little boy, Charlie. His parents work in a nearby factory until it closes down and an industrialist Willy Wonka plants a chocolate factory there. The magical world opens for Charlie one day and he discovers the beauty and the downside of the chocolate factory and the warmth of his own family.

    Courtesy: Roald Dahl.com

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