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Humour for Children

Being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech

The quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech. Humour is a quality in something that makes you laugh, for example in a situation, in someone's words or actions, or in a book or film.

  • Laugh At Your Mistakes. “Oh do I have a lot to learn” — Amelia Bedelia.
  • Friendship Is the Best Gift
  • Make Yourself Heard
  • There's No Place Like Home
  • You Can't Always Get What You Want.

Children's literature or juvenile literature includes stories, books, magazines, and poems that are created for children. Modern children's literature is classified in two different ways: genre or the intended age of the reader.

The three most common levels are picture books, middle grade, and young adult, but you can write from any of the six age ranges. Now that you've selected the age level you want to write for, go out and read books in the age levels for children's books that you're interested in.

Values to teach your child by the age of 5

  • Honesty and Integrity. Developmentally children will go through a phase of learning to lie
  • Sharing and Taking Turns
  • Respect
  • Kindness
  • The value of justice and making amends
  • Gratitude
  • Considering others
  • Learning to forgive

Books teach life lessons. Readers know this is true. Books help kids form identities and confirm values, no high-stakes test does that. Books build a bridge between experience, imagination and emotion, no amount of mandated progress monitoring does that.

If you really want to grow in wonder and awe, here are five extraordinary lessons you can learn by listening to the stories of others:

  • Resilience is comprised of small, diligent steps
  • Others deal with struggles you do not realize
  • Courage is contagious
  • Honour the pace of storytellers

Stories help to develop a child's imagination by introducing new ideas into their world – ideas about fantastical worlds, other planets, different points in time and invented characters. It'll encourage the children to realise that they can, and should, imagine anything they want.

Reading and sharing stories can:

  • help your child get to know sounds, words and language, and develop early literacy skills.
  • learn to value books and stories.
  • spark your child's imagination and stimulate curiosity.
  • help develop your child's brain, ability to focus, concentration, social skills and communication skills.


  • It's Not Summer Without You
  • We'll Always Have Summer (The Summer I Turned Pretty)
  • The Summer I Turned Pretty (Summer I Turned Pretty, The)
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar
  • The Summer I Turned Pretty (Summer I Turned Pretty, The)
  • I Love You to the Moon and Back