Best Children's Books To Read In Pakistan In 2022

From story books to activity books, we continue to see ourselves in a golden age for children’s books with new titles, new authors, and new illustrators creating notable works. Our short-list of best children's book to read in Pakistan in 2022 showcase all that makes children’s books not only essential for our young readers, but also enjoyable to their parents and teachers.

Our selection of children's books cover a range of formats, from what we think of as a traditional novel with a narrative to picture books that really showcase what art can do to tell and enhance a story. 

 

1. Esther's Rainbow

A warm and joyous family story about exploring the world, from two award-winning creators. 

Esther spies a rainbow peeking out from under her chair and then it's gone. She looks for colours in everything she sees, finding a different rainbow colour each day of the week - but will she find her rainbow again?  

2. Peppa Pig: Super Peppa!

Peppa Pig: Super Peppa! 

At Peppa's preschool, Madame Gazelle asks the class to dress up as what they want to be when they're older. They are all VERY excited! 

Edmond Elephant wants to be an astronaut AND an anthropologist. 
Danny Dog wants to be a skateboarder. 
Rebecca Rabbit wants to be... a carrot. 

But Peppa has no idea what she wants to be when she grows up. 

Luckily Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and the world's busiest person, Miss Rabbit, let Peppa follow them for a day to give her some ideas!

What will Peppa dress up as? Whatever it is, she is sure to be SUPER! 

Shop for more Peppa Pig children's books in Pakistan at Chapters bookstore.

 

3. Fantastically Great Women Who Worked Wonders: Activity Book

Join even more of the world's most inspiring women in this amazing activity book based on Kate Pankhurst's Fantastically Great Women Who Worked Wonders, a brilliant new addition to the Fantastically Great Women series, all about women's achievements in the world of work. With an exciting variety of activities, along with fascinating nuggets of information about these trail-blazing women to accompany each activity, prepare to spend endless hours of fun charging for change with Rosa May Billinghurst, designing your own products with Madam C.J. Walker, playing fair games with Elizabeth Magie and discovering DNA with Rosalind Franklin. With over 200 stickers, this is the perfect activity book to celebrate girl power! 

Shop for more Children's Activity Books at Chapters bookstore.

4. Not Yet Zebra

Annie said to the animals, "Please stand in a line. I'm painting my alphabet. Come one at a time! First Aardvark and Bear and Crocodile too. Not yet, Zebra. I'm not ready for you."

Annie wants to paint an alphabet using her animals, but Zebra simply can't wait until the end for his time to shine. Sneakiness, silly costumes and plain pushiness doesn't get him anywhere - but he has to learn to wait his turn!

 

5. The Bad Mood and the Stick

Lemony Snicket's simply told story offers a refreshing, thoughtful, and hilarious look at the ways in which a bad mood wreaks havoc as it moves from person to person, leaving an unexpected trail of surprise in its wake: opportunities for laughter, forgiveness and even love.

Which children's books in Pakistan are you looking forward to reading in 2022? Let us know in the comments section below. 

1 comment

Shahina Durrani

Shahina Durrani

Good recommendations on children’s books by Chapters. I would like to add Harry Potter as it is a classic. Great to see so many unique titles available for children in Pakistan. Keep it up.

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