What are the best life lesson books for children?

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    #1Fruzzle's Mystery Talent

    Fruzzle's Mystery Talent

    Fruzzle's Mystery Talent: A Bed Time Fantasy Story is a fiction children's book written by Karen Brueggeman which follows the story of fruzzles and how they explore the many different talents that they have. It was published in 2013.

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    #2Fish in a Tree

    Fish in a Tree

    Fish in a Tree is a fiction children's book by Lynda Mullaly Hunt which follows the story of Ally, a dyslexic kid who finds out that she can be free to be herself all along, and that everyone is smart in different ways.

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    Bruce Alvarez
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Children's book about growing up, five stars."
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    #3If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do?

    If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do?

    If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do? is a children's book by Sandra McLeod Humphrey which helps teach children about making the right choices and practicing the right values and moral conduct whether at home or outside.

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    Jean Carlson
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "helps teach children about making the right choices"
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    #4Why? Because I Love You!

    Why? Because I Love You!

    Why? Because I Love You! is a fiction children's book by Mary Lee which is about how Little Pup and Grey Bear show their love. It was published in 2012 by KDP and contains beautiful illustrations of the ways to show love.

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    Jonathan Cook
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "Why? Because I Love You! is a great and fun book for kids. I shared this with my kids because it was a good book and the illustrations were incredible. This book is full of life lessons in addition to a fun read."
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    #5The Dot

    The Dot
    The Dot is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds. It tells the story of a girl named Vashti, who believes she's not artistic enough to draw. This book encourages readers to believe in their own greatness.
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    Ann May
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "One of the books from my childhood that I learned a lot from was The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. I have remembered this story multiple times during periods in my life as I faced struggles or hard times. This is a book that I plan to pass on to my own child when I have them. "
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    #6Matilda

    Matilda
    First published in 1988, Matilda is a children's book by acclaimed author, Roald Dahl. It tells the story of Matilda, an intelligent little girl with superpowers, as she faces off with the school principal, the cruel Mrs. Trunchbull.
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    Joseph Newman
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "I have been trying to teach my children life lessons using books. With Matilda, I have been able to teach my children how to deal with their problems through using proper problem-solving techniques. This book was great for my children in teaching them life lessons."
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    #7The Little Engine That Could

    The Little Engine That Could

    The Little Engine That Could is a children's book about a train written by Watty Piper and illustrated by Doris and George Hauman. It was first published in 1930. 

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    Wendy Lee
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can recommend this book for every child. It has such a great message that sticks with you. I'm in my 30s and still remember the first time I read this. "
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    #8When I Grow Up

    When I Grow Up

    When I Grow Up is a children's book by Sarah Bern which follows the story of a little girl talking to her mom and daydreaming about things she could be when she grows up. It was published in 2013 by Triplicity Publishing.

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    Jordan Cooper
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "GOOD"
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    #9Teacher, Teacher, Can't You See?

    Teacher, Teacher, Can't You See?

    Teacher, Teacher, Can't You See? is a children's book by Cherrye S. Vasquez which tackles the issue of bullying in the classroom, and what happens to students and teachers in such situations. It was published in 2014 by Tate Publishing.

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    Kelly Gonzales
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "This is an excellent book that raises awareness for bullying, especially awareness that grown up are not always paying attention to potential bullying. This book should be read in every Kindergarten classroom the first week of school. So teacher's don't forget that they are the first line of defense against bullying. "
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    #10Little Miss Wise

    Little Miss Wise

    Little Miss Wise is the twenty-fourth book in the Little Miss series. It is a children's book written by Roger Hargreaves that tells the story of Little Miss Wise. She is always thinking about what is right and not.

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    Margarita Carrasco
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "Little Miss Wise has a great moral story for children and it's definitely very cute. It is a little short though, still enjoyable. "
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    #11Sean wants to be Messi: A children's book about soccer and inspiration. US edition

    Sean wants to be Messi: A children's book about soccer and inspiration. US edition

    Sean wants to be Messi: A children's book about soccer and inspiration. US edition is a Children's Sports and Games Story book written by Tanya Preminger and illustrated by Elettra Cudignotto.

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    Alan Bates
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Messi is an ace soccer player on the team from Barcelona. Young Sean dreams of one day becoming just like Messi. Sean would rather think about soccer than math problems any day. He doesn't like math but he sure does like soccer. When Sean's mommy grants his wish and pays for him to join a kids soccer club, Sean is overjoyed - until he arrives at the practice field. Many of the other players are bigger than him; he's afraid of being hurt so he begs his mommy to take him home. Will he ever achieve his dream of playing soccer?"
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    #12Bosley Sees the World

    Bosley Sees the World
    Bosley Sees the World: A Dual Language Book is a dual language book by Tim Johnson translated by Orlando Soto. It contains the story of Bosley Bear as he explores the world around him and learns Spanish along the way. It was published in 2012.
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    Doris Campbell
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "It is a great idea to have kids learning language young when their brains are better suited for it. This is a good way to get them started with a new language."
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    #13Pepper's Purple Heart: A Veterans Day Story

    Pepper's Purple Heart: A Veterans Day Story

    Pepper's Purple Heart: A Veterans Day Story is children's picture book written by Heather French Henry. This was originally published in 2003. This book highlights the importance of Veterans Day.

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    Elizabeth Roberts
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "This is such a beautiful book. I always wondered how to explain to my kids exactly what Veteran's Day is for, and this book does the job. It is cute and the pictures are nice to look at. The kids really learn an important lesson in the book and I think it is something they would read over and over again and not just on the holiday."

Summary

Best What are the best life lesson books for children
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Fruzzle's Mystery TalentBooks 29 Paid
2Fish in a TreeBooks 26 Paid
3If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do?Books 25 Paid
4Why? Because I Love You! Books 24 Paid
5The DotBooks 23 Paid
6MatildaBooks 22 Paid
7The Little Engine That Could Books 21 Paid
8When I Grow UpBooks 18 Paid
9Teacher, Teacher, Can't You See?Books 17 Paid
10Little Miss WiseBooks 15 Paid
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