This is Part Three of a Six-Part Series on the 50 Books Every Child Should Read Before they Turn 8.
All of these books teach valuable life lessons on:
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Eric Hall (2004)
Explore with Spot who likes to see what is in the park and all around him. A child’s curiosity is encouraged with each flap .
Laura Vaccaro Seeger (2007)
A book about exploring transformation and creativity. Shows egg to chicken, seed to flower, word to story, and paint to picture.
Patricia Maclachlan/Steven Kellogg (2013)
As seasons change, this books explores the life cycles and helps young readers process times of grief and remember lost ones.
Herve Tullet (2011)
Exploration of what all a hole can be – a mouth, a plate, a challenge, or something to cook with.
Devin Scillian/L. Darnell (2002)
Fibblestax gives a name to everything he sees and competes to give wonderful names to wonderful things. This book explores words and provides interest in their origins.
Barb Rosenstock/ Mary GrandPre (2014)
As a young boy Vasya worked hard to be what his family wanted him to be. Then has he discovers that his colors makes sounds he becomes a influential artist of his time.