Reading a bedtime story to your children can be a great way to have stronger bonds with them. Many parents don't understand the importance of reading books with their children, and they think children should do it themselves. But parents need to read it aloud to their infants, toddlers, or preschoolers to develop interest. Reading bedtime stories is not every child's game, especially when you are planning to start young with them. To motivate them and make their young minds productive, parents should do this to ensure their kids' personality development.
1- Spouts: The Whale Who Saved Christmas.
2- The Ugly Duckling.
3- Midas and the Golden touch.
4- The boy who cried wolf.
5- The ant and the grasshopper.
When was the last time you read a bedtime story to your kids?