Children’s stories are one of the most important tools for the learning and development of a child’s imagination. They take children to a world where fantasy and reality go hand in hand to tell stories full of values like friendship, solidarity, respect, tolerance, honesty, etc. We have an amazing diversity of books that not only tell beautiful stories but also allow our children to learn and embrace these important values in a fun and enriching way.
In our blog, we are inaugurating a new section in which we share our favorite books with simple morals for children. And what better date to do it than April 23rd, World Book Day. We’ll tell you an interesting fact: the date for World Book Day wasn’t chosen at random, rather it was decided to illuminate an important day in the history of literature. Manuel Mejía Vallejo, Maurice Druon and Halldór Laxness were all born on April 23rd. What’s more, Miguel de Cervantes, William Shakespeare, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, William Wordsworth and Josep Pla all died on April 23rd.
We hope that you enjoy reading our stories, and that you have a happy Book Day!