Inspire your children with these beautiful books by Nikki Rogers. With sweet illustrations and inspiring messages, these books will be treasured for years to come.
For more information about each of these children’s books, click on the images below. Recommended for ages 4-8.
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“My daughter received one of your books as a Christmas gift and I just wanted to commend you on a brilliant job! I am an early years educator and you have just done so well in producing a powerful, beautiful book for children. I can’t wait to read the other titles. Fantastic!!!!” ~ Meagan
I have just bought 2 of the most gorgeous inspiring children’s books to go in my wee boys stocking this Christmas. The message they share with wee ones is pretty powerful and written so beautifully. ~ Meli
The boys were given a copy of this book (A Hero Is) over the Christmas period, it is absolutely perfect. This book really puts the whole “Hero” thing into perspective and teaches wonderful attitudes (A hero behaves honourably with his friends)!!!
Strongly recommend it ***** ~ Rick
What should you look for when choosing short stories for kids?
Publishers sometimes indicate the age level or grade level for which they think that book is most suitable. Don’t hesitate to choose a book that may be suggested for someone older than your child as short stories for kids can be read to him or her now, and later on by the child.
It is also possible to find picture books that because of the subject or artwork will be just right for an older child. An interesting story in a beautiful, well-illustrated book offers the child an aesthetic experience to enjoy over and over again. Even adults can enjoy picture books and glean from the often deep messages within them.
Moral Stories for kids
A fine book of moral stories for kids is not necessarily the most lavish or most expensive book on the shelf. Take more than a few minutes to look at the books you intend to buy, read them or passages from them. A book is an unlimited investment in the human mind and spirit and its selection deserves thoughtful attention. Be sure to select books that share your family values and reinforce what you want to teach your children. If it is a good book for kids you’re likely to be reading the same book repeatedly, so make sure it’s a book you’ll both enjoy.
Help them build a good perception
A young child has a limited range of experiences. Help your child relate to what happens to the characters in the book. The settings might be different but look for familiar emotions, familiar questions, and familiar situations.
Picture books are often a great springboard into deeper discussions with your child. When you come across a powerful lesson within a simple children’s book, look for opportunities in the everyday experiences of your child to remind them of the lessons within the story.
Paperback or hardcover?
Most paperbacks for children are reasonably priced and lightweight, whilst hardcovers have the longevity and appearance of a quality book. Both paperback and hardcover books make beautiful gifts for children that can be enjoyed again and again. So, next time you are thinking of a gift for your child, niece, nephew or friend, consider a meaningful children’s book.