Amazing Short Stories to Read to Your Kids in English :
1. The Little House – A Story of Human Rights and Tolerance
The Little House is a story of human rights and tolerance, and it was written by a woman who was born in 1923 to a Jewish family in Poland.
This book has been translated into many languages, including English, and it has been made into an animated film.
2. The Frog Prince – An Enchanting Fairy Tale for Kids
The Frog Prince is a fairy tale that tells the story of a princess who is turned into a frog, and then transformed back into her human form by the love of a handsome prince. The story has been told for centuries and has been adapted by many writers in different ways.
In this story, we see how being good-hearted can help someone find their way out of an undesirable situation. The Frog Prince teaches children that it’s never too late to change your life for the better and to follow your dreams no matter what obstacles stand in your way.
3. The Lost Dinosaur Bone – A Mystery for Young Readers
The Lost Dinosaur Bone is a mystery novel for children, written by Jane Yolen. The book is about a young boy who finds a dinosaur bone in the woods and takes it to his house. The bone starts talking to him and tells him that he was from another world.
The book has been translated into more than 20 languages and won numerous awards including the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature in 1990.
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4. When the Moon is Full – A Story about Friendship
A story about friendship, loss and the power of love. When the Moon is Full is a story about friendship, loss and the power of love. Two friends, one big dream and a journey of self-discovery.
When a childhood friend goes missing, two friends set out on an adventure to find her. A journey that will change them forever.
5. Mermaids and Sea Monsters! – Incredible Tales from the Deep
Mermaids and Sea Monsters! – Incredible Tales from the Deep is a collection of 20 short stories about sea creatures, written by children for children.
The book is a collaboration between author and illustrator, Jenny Dale, and the charity The Marine Conservation Society (MCS).
This book was created to help children understand that there is more to the oceans than just fish. It also aims to inspire them to become ocean heroes by learning about marine conservation.
6. What Was That?
What was that? is a phrase that people often use to describe a sound they hear. The phrase can also be used when a person wants to ask the question, “What just happened?”
The phrase can be used in many different ways and situations. It is most commonly used when someone hears something they don’t recognize or understand.
7. Duck’s Day Out!
Duck’s Day Out! is a storybook app for children aged 3-6. The app is available on IOS, Android and Kindle Fire.
The story is about a duck who goes to the park with his friends and has a lot of fun there. It has interactive animations that can be tapped on to make them move. There are also various sound effects that can be tapped on to make the experience more immersive for the child.
8. I’m a Little Teapot! – Learn Basic English Vocabulary with this Kid-Friendly Adaptation of an Old Classic Song
The song, I’m a Little Teapot! is a great way to introduce children to basic English vocabulary. It is also a fun way for adults to learn new words and have some laughs.
The song starts with the introduction of the teapot, “I’m a little teapot short and stout”. The lyrics go on to describe the different parts of the teapot including “my handle’s round and fat” and “my spout’s in the middle so I can pour.”
The lyrics are sung with an upbeat tempo, which makes it easy for children to follow along as they sing along or dance.