A good gift does­n’t need a rea­son. Books, for exam­ple, can be giv­en at least every day. They delight both on a hol­i­day, and on vaca­tion, and as a sur­prise. And those of them, which we will talk about today, will not leave indif­fer­ent any lit­tle fid­get!

How to choose the right book?

There are three paths before you:

1. If your child wants a spe­cif­ic book, series, or series of sto­ries, then you’re in luck. Ordered — donat­ed. The eas­i­est way.

2. If a son or daugh­ter does not have clear wish­es, but you know what they are fond of and what heroes they love, then this is also a good option — it will not be dif­fi­cult to hit the tar­get.

3. If the child does not have pro­nounced inter­ests or changes them very quick­ly, then you have a real guess­ing quest. In this case, it is worth giv­ing well-writ­ten col­lec­tions of fun­ny sto­ries or the­mat­ic ency­clo­pe­dias with high-qual­i­ty and spec­tac­u­lar illus­tra­tions.

We have pre­pared sev­er­al books that will make it eas­i­er for par­ents to search and will sure­ly appeal to young read­ers from 3 to 8 years old.

The Big Book of Drag­ons and Oth­er Fan­tas­tic Crea­tures by Lau­rence Kubler

Why is the drag­on tap-danc­ing instead of ful­fill­ing his direct duties and pro­tect­ing the princess? What to do if you can’t wait to meet the elves? How, in gen­er­al, to learn to under­stand all these fan­tas­tic crea­tures that have gath­ered in huge num­bers under the cov­er of this book? Each of them pre­pared a fun­ny sto­ry about them­selves for young read­ers, so that the pub­li­ca­tion became like an impres­sive cat­a­log of fairy-tale crea­tures, which is impos­si­ble to read with­out laugh­ing!

The child will get acquaint­ed with the beau­ty Bernadette three meters long and eight meters wide, find out where the Bub­ble Jules lives and how the dwarf Boris dif­fers from the dwarf Lucien. It is impos­si­ble to part with these hilar­i­ous guys, even if it is already late evening out­side the win­dow.

This book is a great sur­prise for a child and a real dec­o­ra­tion of a chil­dren’s book­shelf. It is rich­ly dec­o­rat­ed with col­or­ful illus­tra­tions, full of iron­ic descrip­tions of the char­ac­ters and from the very first pages immers­es the read­er into an atmos­phere of mag­ic and adven­ture. And most impor­tant­ly, that it is not scary, but on the con­trary, incred­i­bly sin­cere, excit­ing and fun!

The Big Book of Myths. Gods and heroes from all over the world” Mar­cia Accati­no

Every child soon­er or lat­er comes into con­tact with the world epic. Scan­di­na­vian leg­ends, Indi­an para­bles or Mayan tales — many of these sto­ries have sur­vived to this day and have become the basis of films, the­atri­cal pro­duc­tions, ani­mat­ed series, video game scripts. A beau­ti­ful­ly designed chil­dren’s ency­clo­pe­dia of leg­ends and myths from around the world is the base that every child should study. The book intro­duces the most famous gods, heroes and mon­sters of dif­fer­ent cul­tures. The myths of Ancient Greece coex­ist in it with tra­di­tion­al Chi­nese leg­ends, and the leg­ends of the North Amer­i­can Indi­ans get along well with the reli­gious cult of Ancient Egypt. Cen­taurs, satyrs, sirens and trolls are also here and are wait­ing for an oppor­tu­ni­ty to tell their amaz­ing sto­ries to lit­tle explor­ers.

Large for­mat book with bright illus­tra­tions on smooth pages. The draw­ings were cre­at­ed by Lau­ra Bren­l­la, a tal­ent­ed artist who knows how to make chil­dren fall in love with read­ing through a pic­ture. Her char­ac­ters are depict­ed here in a car­toon style so loved by chil­dren.

This ency­clo­pe­dia will per­fect­ly fit into any chil­dren’s library and will be a wor­thy guide for a child to the world of leg­ends and myths from around the world.

The Big Book of Beau­ti­ful Princess­es by Fed­er­i­ca Magrin

Beau­ti­ful princess­es per­fect­ly know how to sur­prise! In this book, they brew potions, dance with mon­sters, amaze with their inge­nu­ity and courage, and, of course, enchant with their charm. Luck in the form of a good fairy is always with them, and they can han­dle the rest per­fect­ly them­selves.

Belle and Snow White, Princess Budur and Poc­a­hon­tas, Ariel and Rapun­zel, along with oth­er famous hero­ines, have gath­ered to tell the chil­dren their inner­most secrets and invite them on a jour­ney through the mag­i­cal king­dom. They will explain why real princess­es need ani­mal helpers, what to do when they are scared, and how to avoid meet­ing evil rulers.

Graph­ic design­er Lau­ra Bren­l­la first stud­ied at the Fac­ul­ty of Arts at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Europa de Madrid, and then spent two years study­ing ani­ma­tion tech­niques. There­fore, the draw­ings in this book are like fun­ny car­toons — juicy, fun­ny and incred­i­bly cute.

Good para­bles with a good dose of humor will instant­ly cap­ture the atten­tion of every­one who loves mag­ic, mir­a­cles and beau­ti­ful fairy tales. This is a tru­ly unusu­al and mem­o­rable guide to the uni­verse of mag­i­cal princess­es.