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BVIS HCMC các đầu sách hấp dẫn cho trẻ 2-10 tuổi

4 English Good Reads for Children Aged 2 to 10 Year Old

Reading opens new doors for students and is the key to developing a lifelong love of learning. At the British Vietnamese International School, we recognise the transformative impact that comes when your child develops a passion for reading.

Holding a Master Degree of Information and Library, Children Literacy Major, Simmons University, Boston, Massachusettes, US and 12 years of experience in Library Management, Ms Truc Nguyen - our Librarian at BVIS HCMC is delighted to recommend 4 books title for parents and children aged 2 to 10 as below.

1. No More Noisy Nights
Written by Holly L. Niner | Illustrated byGuy Wolek ( Aged 2-4)

Who is making so much noise and how will Jackson ever get to sleep? Despite some silly, sleepy mistakes, genteel Jackson finds a fun and quiet activity for each of his noisy neighbors. He finally gets a great night’s sleep -- and discovers three new friends in the morning. 

What will children learn from this story?

  • Different sounds 
  • Problem Solving   
  • Fearless  
  • Words of house, clothes, daily activity and sounds 
  • Make a polite request 

What will parents learn from this story?

  • Understanding the dark fear of children  
  • Understanding children's imagination  

 2. The Tooth
Written by Avi SlodovnickI | llustrated by Manon Gauthier (Aged 5-6)

Marissa loves candy - maybe too much. When she wakes up with a toothache, her mother takes her to the dentist, and on the way, Marissa notices a man sitting on a grate on the sidewalk to keep warm. So begins a day that Marissa will never forget. 

What will children learn from this story?

  • Be Kind  
  • Caring  
  • Community  
  • Observation Skills  

What will parents learn from this story?

  • Better understanding children's thoughts  

  • Big lesson from small story  

3. Stellaluna 
Written by Janell Cannon | Illustrated by Janell Cannon 

When Stellaluna is separated from her mother before she is old enough to fly, she finds out that not all winged creatures eat fruit. Swallowing food that crawls is just one of the many amazing things this little fruit bat must learn to do. 

What will children learn from this story?

  • Sharing  

  • Friendship  

  • Family Love  

  • Survival Skills  

  • Knowledge of the fruit bats' life and characteristic  

What will parents learn from this story?

  • Listen to and understand the values of children’s emotional intelligence.  
  • Help children connect the fiction and the fact inspired from the story, like comparing birds and the bats’ life and habits. 
  • How to connect the story with the real circumstances to help guide children to stay safe

4. Thank you, Mr Falker
 Written by Patricia Polacco | Illustrated by Patricia Polacco ( Aged 9-10)

Little Trisha is overjoyed at the thought of starting school and learning how to read. But right from the start, when she tries to read, all the letters and numbers just get jumbled up. Her classmates make matters worse by calling her ""dummy"" and ""toad".

What will children learn from this story?

  • Love to Learn  
  • Perseverance 
  • Change Me   
  • Be Brave  
  • Wellbeing  
  • Dyslexia  
  • Bullying  

What will parents learn from this story?

  • Understanding what “dyslexia” is.

  • Understanding how as a parent, you can individually support your child’s learning, in partnership with the school.

Have fun reading everyone! 

Ms Truc Nguyen

Librarian at BVIS HCMC

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