Since they are in the development stage, children ask questions on different topics and are open to learning. One of the best ways to teach them is books that tackle important topics lightly and creatively. Fun stories can also inspire them to live day in and day out with a critical and more empathetic eye. This is why on April 18, the National Children’s Book Day. Reflecting on the significance of this date, we picked 14 things every child needs to know. Check it out below:
Emotionally: say how you feel
Emocionario is a dictionary of emotions that helps us better understand what is going on in our hearts. Pleasure, hate, enthusiasm, insecurity, pride and many other emotions are represented by our inspiring illustrations and explained in a simple and accurate way. With this book, children of all ages will learn to recognize their feelings and express their feelings. Buy it at this link for 44.86 BRL.
Bread on the plate
In this book by award-winning author Fabricio Corsaletti, readers will discover poems that make their mouths water and their eyes twinkle! Lush trees, games in the pool, superheroes (which can sometimes be lasagna!), bread on the grill and green mango with salt… what could be better? Divided into three parts, the poems speak of simple, incomparable pleasures that only nature, good friends or delicious food can give us. Anna Matsuzaki’s illustrations ensure a new layer of color and sensuality to Fabricio Corsaletti’s poems, and at the end of the reading it is impossible not to feel that happiness is within our reach. Buy it at this link for 54.90 BRL.
with the poem The hill we go upAmanda Gorman showed off the full strength of her hair during the US presidential inauguration. An activist for education, the environment, and racial equality, the celebrated poet has appeared in children’s literature with a rich and powerful work calling on children to build a more inclusive world. A brave young woman is not afraid of change. She knows that fear causes paralysis, but the new also brings hope. On a musical journey, the girl discovers the legacy of ancestors, the value of tolerance and love, and meets characters who together realize that when we unite different voices, we have more power to write history. Buy it at this link for 19.96 BRL.
I talk like a river
This is a sensitive picture of the isolation and stigma that a child with speech difficulties feels. In his first picture book, award-winning Canadian author Jordan Scott skillfully describes in poetic language the story of a speech-impaired boy who finds in his father the foundation to reconnect him with the world around him and help him find your voice. Based on the author’s personal experience and masterfully illustrated by Sidney Smith, the book is for anyone who feels lost, lonely, or unable to adapt. Buy it on this link for R$43.62.
Upon opening a mysterious door in the living room, Coraline finds a wonderful and wonderful place. There, in this other world, her other parents are very pale creatures, with black buttons on the eyes, always ready to pay her attention, cook her favorite food and show the funniest toys. Coraline finally feels…at home. But that feeling soon disappears, when she discovers the place has mysteries and dangers, and the girl realizes that returning to her real home will be more difficult – and frightening – than she ever imagined. Buy it at this link for R$39.90.
Now it can rain
Is it possible to talk to someone we love but is already gone? away forever? Let’s say it was a teleportation to the stars. Absolutely. But what if this person came back a little, not the same as before, but completely different, and we only knew that these dragonflies were actually people? Dragonfly people? In a text that strongly connects the love of a granddaughter and the love of a grandfather, Celso Sesto takes us very tenderly to the girl’s heart and whispers to her the magic word that breaks all boundaries. Those that exist between a human being and any other living being, between existence and absence, between life and death. And then it can rain, because the message has already arrived, and inside the granddaughter, the grandfather is the sun. Buy it at this link for 30.89 BRL.
little black prince
The little black prince lives on a small planet. Next to him, there is only one baobab tree, his only companion. When the wind comes, the boy travels through different planets, spreading love and sympathy. The script is originally a children’s play that has already toured around the country. Now, Rodrigo França presents this precise story in short story form, offering the young reader a story that speaks to the importance of appreciating who we are and where we come from – as well as showing the strength of bonds of affection and affection. Buy it on this link for R$21.70.
In her first children’s book, Emmeda shows the importance of getting to know ourselves in the world and being proud of who we are—from childhood and forever. It’s inspired by the homonym that says, “The sweetness of acalanto berries / Make the kid alone reach the end / Dad that’s good, because I’m black too.” Buy it on this link for R$23.91.
A shy and introverted girl feels out of place in the noisy world we live in. But the power of imagination and the comfort of books can bring hope that your voice will finally be heard… In this novel for readers young and old, we are invited to reflect on our place in the world and the transformative power that a good story can have in our lives. someone’s life. Buy it on this link for 31.86 BRL.
This is a beautifully illustrated tale about the importance of books and the many worlds they open up within each of us. His name is Malik, and he was the last of the twenty sisters and brothers. Thus begins the story of Malik, a boy who loves to run and play like other children. But he is an orphan and the only refuge he finds is old books discovered in the attic. Then books become her world – mother, father, friends, home, and even bed. Thanks to the power of reading, the boy dreams, survives loneliness, and finally grows up to walk his own path. Buy it at this link for 28.90 BRL.
Discover the tales of children inherited by Arab peoples for centuries. In this form of storytelling, animals play the role of human traits and flaws, just as they do in real theatre. The lion is represented as a noble person, the snake is treacherous, and the donkey as a worker, they all bring very human flaws and virtues to the stage where the story is told. In this book there are 91 superstitions transmitted by the Arabs centuries ago, from the pre-Islamic period to the texts recorded in the seventeenth century, you can buy them from this link for 46.40 BRL.
Location 2: songs to learn
In this interactive book, you’ll find friendly animals, dancing, toys, musical instruments and lots of fun. In addition, the book contains 15 songs that can be accessed through the QR Code to listen, sing, play and learn. Created by composer and art educator Marguerite Darzo, Site 2 – Songs to Learn The Cantiero project, which seeks to stimulate thinking, creativity and the expression of emotions in children, continues. In addition to the lyrics, the book provides active listening activities and information about sounds, instruments, and rhythms. Buy it on this link for R$46.35.
The current project is written by composer and singer Ana Torres, in partnership with the famous writer Marcio Pacholl, and the project consists of a children’s picture book, accompanied by a CD with narrated text and sung songs. The story retells the story Cicadas and the ant In a playful way, but at the same time realistic. He notes that cicadas are not only a great singer, but also a great worker. The book also deals with the issue of autism spectrum and Asperger syndrome, and talks about the importance of love, morals, environmental preservation, tolerance, and inclusion of autistic people in human relationships. Buy it from this link for $20.
What do you do when you’re a bear outside but feel like a rabbit on the inside? The Bear-rabbit, the protagonist of this story, is born a bear, but learns more about rabbit things, such as navigating through the woods, wrinkling his nose and biting strawberries. When he can do that, he feels free, light and happy. Many bears and rabbits find the Bear-rabbit strange, but after meeting other animals like him, the Bear-rabbit finally feels part of a family. Buy it on this link for R$34.08.
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