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It is extremely important to develop a habit of reading in the younger generation. For most of them, it is a good idea to start reading by using a supplement like comic books. comic books can be used as a tool during the early ages like 5 to 8 years old, provided it is appropriate and has good reading material. parents shouldn’t hand over old relics to their kids and should only give comic books which develop their reading skills and keep them hooked. Making a list of books which fall into this category shouldn’t be a very difficult task. Here’s a list of 10 great comic books for early readers.

Tiny Titans

The stories are focused on the DC Comic characters, Teen Titans, and their escapades if they were in Elementary School. This particular book Run for 50 issues from 2008 to 2012 and won awards as well.

Nursery Rhyme comics

When it comes to comic books for children nursery rhymes and fairy tales can never go wrong. A value addition to such books could be the amazing cartoonists who bring all the popular characters to life.

Scooby doo team up

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Imagine one of the most loved characters of all time, Scooby Doo, teaming up with a franchise of Superheroes from DC Comics. This imagination has already been made into a truth and this is one of the most recent well-written shows.

Uncle Scrooge

It is said that Uncle Scrooge was one of the greatest comics of all time and it started way back in the 40s. even today it is quite relevant and manages to get kids laughing but a lot of jokes are old fashioned and can be difficult to understand.

Hilda

Hilda is the name of an elementary school girl living in a village called Trolberg and this particular village is populated by talking birds, trolls and hounds. The girl is not just smart but also knows how to handle herself and could be that young role model that kids look up to.

Ordinary People can change the world

this book is aimed at helping kids learn and remember about important figures in history using graphics and pictures which is not just amusing but also helpful.  this book is aimed more at developing interest of kids in history and may not be very accurate.

Abigail and the snowman

This particular book was written by Roger Langridge and contains an amusing story of friendship where a 9-year old girl called Abigail moves to a new place and meets a Yeti called Claude who helps her make friends.

Anna and Froga

The sense of humour in kids can be a little hard to grasp. Anouk Ricard tried to make a graphic novel which keeps kids engaged and brings out few moments Of weirdly directed Giggles which generally won’t make sense to a grown up.

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