There are a lot of books out there for kids that are aimed at kids.
But if you’re a parent, and you’ve got a kid who has a different interests than you, you may want to consider getting the book that you recommend.
If you do, you can learn some valuable things.
Read on for our picks for the top books for children, and the best books to teach them.1.
The Joy of Painting by Jane Austen4.
How to Teach by John Llewellyn5.
The Little Book of Rules by Mary Shelley6.
The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh by Lewis Carroll7.
The Three Little Pigs by Lewis Carrol8.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald9.
The Book of Mormon by Joseph Smith10.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Lewis White11.
The Story of Nell by Ayn Rand12.
The Power of Positive Thinking by Michael Chabon13.
The Life and Times of Mary Tyler Moore by J. D. Salinger14.
The Princess Bride by Frank Underwood15.
The Prince of Egypt by Prince Halcyon16.
The Wizard of Oz by Ozymandias17.
The Cat in the Hat by Margaret Mitchell18.
The Magic School Bus by Mary McCarthy19.
A Tale of Two Cities by John Steinbeck20.
The Crayon Jungle by Mark Twain21.
The Color Purple by Charles Dickens22.
The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien23.
How I Met Your Mother by HIMYM24.
American Graffiti by Mark Ruffalo25.
The Da Vinci Code by Michelangelo Antonioni26.
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time by Emily Bronte27.
The Time Machine by Isaac Asimov28.
The Lion King by Walt Disney29.
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya by Kenji Mizoguchi30.
The Green Mile by Bret Easton Ellis31.
The Giver by Terry Gilliam32.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins33.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Bret Westenbaum34.
The Big Short by Brad Pitt35.
The Lego Movie by Joss Whedon36.
The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan37.
The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly by Peter Straub38.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams39.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring by J R R Tolkien40.
The Martian by Neil Gaiman41.
The Red Pill by Adam Carolla42.
The Mummy by Tim Burton43.
The Sandman by Neil Stephenson44.
The Wuthering Heights by Frank Herbert45.
The World According to Garp by J G Ballard46.
The Last Continent by Anthony Burgess47.
The Wind in the Willows by Neil Strauss48.
The Day the Earth Stood Still by Joseph Campbell49.
The Chronicles of Narnia by Lewis Mumford50.
The Jungle Book by Lewis Lapham51.
The Emperor’s New Groove by John Williams52.
The Fault in Our Stars by Neil Simon53.
The Road by Stephen King54.
The Wheel by David Foster Wallace55.
The Tree of Life by Robert Heinlein56.
The Kingkiller Chronicle by NeilGaiman57.
The Borrowers by Stephen Sondheim58.
The Fountainhead by Bret Victor59.
The Way of the Samurai by Katsuhiro Otomo60.
The Twilight Zone by Robert Silverberg61.
The Talisman by Stephenie Meyer62.
The Wolfman by Michael Moorcock63.
The Secret History of the World by Carl Jung64.
The Odyssey by Homer65.
The Unfinished Swan by Michael Hirst66.
The Fifth Element by J K Rowling67.
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alejandro Jodorowsky68.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button by Robert Louis Stevenson69.
The Lady Bird by Lili Reinhart70.
The Seven Deadly Sins by Jules Verne71.
The Godfather by Frank Capra72.
The Magnificent Seven by Thomas Pynchon73.
The Night Circus by Frank Miller74.
The White Ribbon by James Patterson75.
The Woman Who Walked Alone at Night by Emily Dickinson76.
The War of the Worlds by James Whale77.
The Master by Philip K. Dick78.
The Thief and the Spy by Aldous Huxley79.
The House of the Spirits by Lewis Hyde80.
The Children of the Seven Stars by Ernest Hemingway81.
The Song of the Sea by Mark Lillis82.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by J H Wagner83.
The Hunt for Red October by George Orwell84.
The Art of Seduction by James Thurber85.
The Rules of Attraction by James Joyce86.
The Butterfly Effect by Roberta Sparrow87.
The Perfect Storm by Nick Hornby88.
The Sun Also Rises by Jarryd Hayne89.
The Best of Charles Dickens90.
The Black Swan by Fyodor Dostoevsky