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  • What constitute a great ? Perhaps one of the most question asked by most of the parents when looking for a book that children will surely love and that will catch their attention. In this article you will discover what and how to look for good or even great books for kids. Here are only few points that I have personally observed and recently learned to be true.

    Colorful books for kids are really attractive to children. Colorful books are really great for kids, because children love and are enamored by a wide variety of colors. While black and white pictures make for great coloring books and are acceptable for some kids story books, but kids coloring books win out on this one and appear to make for a much better kid’s story book due to eye-catching colors.

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    Getting boys to read can be a challenge, and getting boys to love reading can be even more difficult, at least for my son. These are just a few of the books that have been tried, tested and loved by myself and the other families who responded to our for book suggestions for boys. Like these? Check out our other books for kids!

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  • Books for kids should not overly cluttered with graphics, cartoons and artworks. Most children tend to get lost in the scenery in these type of books, and tend to enjoy them a lot less, because they can not seem to connect the pictures and the text together.

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