It is believed that reading books is good for children. When kids relax into reading a good fiction story, they lose themselves and are swept into a different world. But, a good adventure story draws many into a world we might otherwise never explore. Adventure books allow us to visit places we would normally never choose to go and get a little spark of adventure inside that we didn’t know was there. Furthermore, adventure books are not just meant for the reading purpose but also to spark curiosity and love for exploring something new in the kid’s heart and mind. Thus, a list of children’s adventure books ought to be created for parents and teachers to easily build a kid’s reading list.
We’re Going to Find the Monster by Malorie Blackman and Dapo Adeloa
We’re Going to Find the Monster is a rip-roaring picture book adventure filled with relatable characters and fun. This amazing read-aloud book will introduce your young ones into the world of adventure inside their mind. We’re Going to Find the Monster will develop and nourish your kid’s imagination, expanding their world. The authors’ narrative will engage your child to walk alongside the characters as they go someplace new. Allow your child a once-in-a-lifetime adventure along with two intrepid adventurers as they journey into a wild wonderland in search of the big, mighty monster.
Forest School Adventure by Naomi Walmsley and Dan Westall
Forest School Adventure is not your ordinary adventure book, this introduces your little one to bushcraft and Stone Age skills that will make outdoor play next time a lot more fun and interesting. Walmsley and Westall’s storytelling technique can intrigue a kid about nature and all its magical offerings. This picture book will bring to life the thrilling reality of our ancestors decades ago. This amazing book builds the independence and self-confidence of a child. Forest School Adventure is a messy play and crafts book that will immerse young children in imagination while discovering outdoor activities like stone tool making and lighting fire without matches.
Bianca’s Big Adventure by Nicki Geigert
Bianca’s Big Adventure takes you on a phot journey in Australia. Nicki Geigert hints at the problems of animal species today in the narrative. The book portrays a fiercely independent and willful female protagonist that can inspire little girls—and boys—to try wild adventures of their own. This wonderful book will inspire your young one to protect and preserve the endangered wildlife, not only in Australia but around the world. With the little details and vibrant descriptors, Bianca’s Big Adventure will draw any child into the wonderful and beautiful world of animals.
Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Adventure by Jeff Kinney
Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Adventure is a reiterating of Wimpy Kid World. Jeff Kinney tells an entirely new and fantastic adventure to save Rowley’s mom from the White Warlock. The story comes from the imagination of the protagonist Rowley Jefferson. This great expands your child’s universe beyond time and place and inspires them thin outside the box. Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Adventure is an adventure-packed story with comedy and drama. This installment’s storytelling is sharper and characters crisper than ever before.
Echo Mountain by Lauren Wolk
Echo Mountain is a shivery delight story of Ellie. Lauren Wolk’s storytelling pushes children to take a magical step into the wonderful world of Echo Mountain. Without fail, Wolk brings a mixture of sadness, intrigue, and great adventure. Echo Mountain is a historical outdoor-exploring, action-inspiring for children ages six to 12 years old. Written in an unusual tone, this book is perfect for bedtime reading. Echo Mountain inspires children of all ages to pave their own path and becoming their truest selves.