5 Books to Fill Up Your Manhattan Bookcase

 

 

The Manhattan Bookcases are one of most popular items currently at Interie - they are the perfect pair but they also work well if you want to purchase them separately too. The Manhattan Phoebe Kids Bookcase is larger and has a bit more storage space if this is what you are looking for. If you need a smaller but just as functional and adorable bookcase, you can’t go wrong with the Joey! It can slot perfectly into any small space. 

 

 

These bookcases look great without anything on them, but the point of bookcases is to fill them with wonder in the form of books and toys! We’ve put a list together with our top 5 children’s books to put on your Manhattan Bookcase from Interie. From classics to new best-sellers, your little one will have their imagination running wild. 

 

 

  1. Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone 

 

This book has to have a spot on your child’s bookshelf. It is a classic and where the world of magic began for most children. This is where the adventures of Harry Potter begin at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. This is where Harry discovers that he is not an ordinary boy, but someone who holds great power. This book is the perfect bedtime story and your child can slowly build up their collection of the Harry Potter series and keep them to pass down to their own children one day. 

 

 

  1. Fantastically Great Women Who Saved The Planet

 

This children’s book by Kate Pankhurst is an incredible way to introduce your children to how precious our planet is. The word’s of Greta Thunberg might go over their head at this age but this book makes it an understandable concept for children. It features many notable women including Jane Goodall, Edith Frankas and Isatou Ceesay. It might even teach you a thing or two as a parent when you read this book to them at bedtime. Not only is this a beautiful book but educational too. 

 

 

  1. Ten Minutes To Bed: Little Dinosaur

 

You’ll be especially thankful to have this book by Rhiannon Fielding on your Manhattan bookcase because it’s written with bedtime in mind! Sometimes it can be tricky to get your little ones off to dreamland but this book has a 10-minute countdown to bed. It’s full of excitement and fun as you follow the story of dinosaurs. They’ll be enthralled by the adventure of Rumble the triceratops as he goes through the jungle, coming to a more gentle conclusion. The hope is that by the end of reading the book, you can turn the lights out and get some sleep yourself! 

 

 

  1. I Like To Be Kind 

 

Emotional intelligence is so important for children to develop and what better way to do this than with a book by Campbell Books? This book is from the Little Big Feelings series. It’s a special book because the children reading it can interact with the book by lifting flaps, sliding tabs and turning the wheel. Whilst having fun, they’ll be learning all about kindness through the stunning and colourful illustrations. It also includes something for the parents - some tips from early years expert Dr Janet Rose on how to guide your child towards becoming a caring and kind person. 

 

 

  1. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

 

And last but not least, another must-have classic for your Manhattan bookcase! This beautiful book from Eric Carle has been passed down for generations and is sold somewhere in the world every 30 seconds! It starts on a sunny Sunday when the caterpillar hatches out of a tiny egg… and then he feels very hungry! It’s all about the transformation from egg to butterfly and will definitely delight your little one with both the story line and illustrations. 

 

What books would you add to your Manhattan bookcase? 

 

 

 

 

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