16 Great Children’s Book With Meaningful Messages for Adults

16 Great Children’s Book With Meaningful Messages for Adults

February 9, 2018
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We all know them…the children’s books our kids love to read again and again and again. In fact, I would imagine that most of us as parents have a book or two that we have read so many times, we could quote it in our sleep at this point.

Today on our list, we may have a break from the monotony for you, parents! These 16 books are incredible children’s books that will not only be books that your children ask to read over and over but are books you will love too. These books, written with a child’s audience in mind, also have meaningful messages that we as adults could use reminding of. Grab a few of these books, read them with you children and hopefully both you and your child will walk away with a new lesson or idea to carry with you.

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It Will Be Okay
By: Lysa TerKeurst
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What Do You Do With An Idea?
By: Kobi Yamada and Mae Besom
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Oh, the Places You'll Go!
By: Dr. Seuss
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What Do You Do With a Problem?
By: Kobi Yamada and Mae Besom
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Love You Forever
By: Robert Munsch
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Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge
By: Mem Fox
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What Do You Do With A Chance?
By: Kobi Yamada and Mae Besom
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I Dream of Trains
By: Angela Johnson
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The Giving Tree
By: Shel Silverstein
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The Little Engine that Could
By: Watty Piper
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Where the Wild Things Are
By: Maurice Sendak
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Blueberry Girl
By: Neil Gaiman
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My Child, My Princess: A Parable About the King
By: Beth Moore
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The Velveteen Rabbit
By: Margery Williams
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Instructions
By: Neil Gaiman
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Baby Wren and the Great Gift
By: Sally Lloyd-Jones

 

 

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Tori Ten Hagen is married to her amazing husband, Austin, and together they have a busy, energetic little boy. She is a stay-at-home mom passionate about encouraging other moms on their own parenting journeys. When she isn't busy keeping up with her toddler, you can find her sipping on coffee, reading a book, or curled up watching a good movie. Tori also writes on her personal blog and you can find more of her writing at www.ttenhagen.wordpress.com

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