Here are some books that I love the most. I have written about them in a random order. I couldn’t judge which one was my most favorite. (Does that even make sense?)
Well, here are my 20 top favorite books:
Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate is one of my top favorite books.
It is about Jackson and his imaginary friend, Crenshaw. Jackson’s family is getting poor and there’s not much food in the fridge, and Jackson is worried they’ll have to move out of their home.
Crenshaw is here to help Jackson, but, is an imaginary friend enough to save the family from losing everything?
Read this amazing book to find out.
I really like the way this book is written and the storyline is great.
Wonder by R. J. Palacio is a great book in my opinion.
It is about August, a normal kid with a not so normal face. August faces a lot of difficulties in his life because of his face and also got bullied in school, but he moves on.
This book has a great message. How you shouldn’t judge someone by their face. I absolutely loved reading it and surely recommend this book to kids and adults as well.
One And The Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate is about a gorilla named Ivan.
Ivan is an easy-going gorilla who is used to humans watching his every move through the glass of his cage. He can hardly remember his life in the jungle or what happened to his family.
At LEast A Fish, Ghosts Don't Eat and Just Like A Bug are three books in the Zain and Ana series written by Anushka Ravishankar.
They are about Zain and Ana, two best friends and all the experiments and adventures they have. I really like the humorous writing and storyline of these books. Out of these three books, 'Ghosts don't eat' is probably my favorite but I really like the other two as well.
Here are some books by E. Nesbit which will always be on my favorite list.
The language and the writing of these books are a bit old fashioned as they were written a century ago, in the early 1900s. These books are about children having fun at the railway station, going to places on their magic carpet, having their wishes granted by a sand fairy, or being invisible.
These books have a really great narrative and dialogues and the kids in these books are so natural, having fights and arguments with their siblings and then making up.
I wish I could have adventures with them.
Here are some more books I like:
The Secret Garden and
A Little Princess are written by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
The novels are really descriptive and the narration is so good you see it all happening in front of your eyes.
Black Beauty by Anna Sewell is narrated by Black Beauty, a horse and all that happens in his life.
It is a wonderful, heart- touching story.
It's a classic that you must read.
The first books I read after learning to read were books by Dr. Seuss. I still read them sometimes. These books have wonderful rhyming and are easy to read. I still put books by Dr. Seuss on my top list.
Matilda and Charlie's Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
Grandma's Bag Of Stories and The Magic Of The Lost Temple are the books by Sudha Murty that I like.
Let's Go Time Travelling by Subhadra Sen Gupta is a book about life in India through the ages. It is full of amusing illustrations and fun.
Ruskin Bond’s Children’s Omnibus is a collection of Ruskin Bond’s stories for children including some great stories like the blue umbrella and cricket for a crocodile.
So these are my top 20 favorite books. Comment down below about your favorite books and your thoughts.