Top 10 Childrens Bestsellers
Inculcate the reading habit in your children! Get them started off on these bestsellers.1. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling Ages 9 onwards This is the fourth book of the Harry Potter series. All the schools of wizardry are having a contest, and a champion is to be declared. Someone has added Harry's name as a participant in this deadly competition. Will he emerge champion? Or will he fall prey to yet another of Lord Voldemort's evil plans? 2. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J. K. Rowling Ages 9 onwards This is the third book of the Harry Potter series. A prisoner has escaped from Azkaban, the horrifying prison that holds Lord Voldemart's followers and practitioners of the Dark Arts. The Death Eaters, guards of Azkaban, are in hot pursuit. Is the fugitive out to get Harry? Will he succeed? 3. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J. K. Rowling Ages 9 onwards This is the second book of the Harry Potter series. Harry's hearing strange voices at Hogwarts School of Wizardry. Someone seems to be speaking to him. voices from a distant past. The pages of an old diary beckon and pull him back in time. a sinister time fraught with danger at every turn. 4. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Hardcover) by J. K.Rowling Ages 9 onwards This is the first of the Harry Potter series. Harry's parents were killed and he is taken to live with his cruel relatives. On his 12th birthday Hagrid comes to get him, and unveils the secret that will change Harry's life forever. Harry is no ordinary boy. He is a wizard, and his magical powers are just about to be unveiled.. 5. Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss Ages 3 onwards This lovely book enchants not only kindergarten children, but their parents as well. The idea is that if you forge ahead, accept life's blows and not just sit around waiting for something to happen to you, you will find success and go places! 6. Olivia by Ian FalconerAges 3-7 Olivia is a little pig with tremendous attitude. She loves going to the opera and the museum, and hates it when her mom says, "It's time for you-know-what." (A nap!) She loves to dance and shop, and she is full of self-esteem. The illustrations are in black, white and red, and very striking. 7. Captain Underpants and the Perilous Plot of Professor Poopypants by Dav Pilkey Ages 7-11 This is the forth novel of the Captain Underpants series, and is every bit as entertaining as its predecessors. Children love this book, full of incidents of smart kids versus dumb adults. George and Harold are up to their ears in a race to save the world from the diabolical Professor Pippy P. Poopypants. Do they succeed? 8. Pikachu's Vacation by Tracey West Ages 4-11 Pikachu and his Pokemon friends go on a vacation to a park on Pokemon's Island. Pikachu is in charge of the little expedition. They are having a great time until a gang of ruffians break into their world and try to disturb the peace. 9. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carl Ages 4-8 This is a spellbinding tale about a tiny but very gluttony caterpillar who eats and eats until he is really fat and has a stomachache. As he eats his way through an apple (and the pages of the book itself), he gets transformed into a wonderful butterfly. This book has been translated into 20 languages. 10. The Adventures of Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey Ages 7-11 The mischievous George and Harold hypnotize their principal and make him believe that he is the superhero Captain Underpants! The principal leads them to the den of the wicked Dr. Diaper. Do George and Harold manage to defeat him and his evil helpers?