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Introducing your child to reading books at an early age helps to build a foundation for a long lasting relationship with learning. There is something about children's book authors that allows them to write literature that has distinct features, mostly revolving around creative illustrations, magical storylines and specific word choices. There are good children's book authors and then there are those who have not succeeded in finding a fan base. Here we talk about children's book authors who have repeatedly been able to publish good work.

Eric Carle - He has been a favourite with children because they love his colourful illustrations and simple plots mostly talking about animals. Irrespective of whether a child is a baby or has already started attending pre-school, they will surely enjoy Carle's works. Amidst interesting elements like varied page sizes and surprising holes in the pages, they will have a great time reading books like The Very Quiet Cricket, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and The Grouchy Ladybug.

Kevin Henkis - His lovable characters, who resemble the things that little kids do, makes him one of the favourite authors that kids would love to read. Among his better works, Jessica, Owen and Wemberly Worried are a few.

Steven Kellogg - Kellogg's plots are over the top and feature amazing illustrations. Read out his stories to your child or let them read him on their own. You must check out his Pecos Bill, The Mysterious Tadpole and The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash.

Ruth Krauss - She knows how to make charming stories out of simple plots. Renowned illustrators like Crocket Johnson and Maurice Sendak help her with the art work in her books while she has been noted for using outstanding vocabulary that helps kids learn the language through fun means. A Hole is to Dig, The Carrot Seed and I'll Be You and You Be Me are among her most popular works.

Arnold Lobel - Lobel's has a great sense of humour and his characters are hilarious. With wit and pun, your kid is bound to turn out to be one smart aleck. Make sure you do not miss out on his Owl at Home, Fables, All the Frog and Toad and Fables. His illustrations are very beautiful too.

Robert McCloskey - His distinct attribute is that the illustrations in his books have a vintage feel. Your child will be thrilled to see detailed sceneries and sweet faces through the pages. Though his plots are very simple, they are rather engaging. You may find it hard to make your kid stop. His must reads include Lentil, Blueberries for Sal, One Morning in Maine and Make Way for Ducklings.

Beatrix Potter - She has acquired the title of being the best-selling children's book authors of all time. With good vocabulary, funny stories, interesting characters and spectacular illustrations, what more could your kid expect from her books! The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny and The Tale of Jemima Puddle Duck are among her must-reads.

Margaret and H A Rey - This married couple has not only faced a lot of adventure in their own lives but also been able to conjure adventurous characters who make for great characters in children's stories. Reputed as classic children's book authors, their stories introduce you to popular characters and plots. Check out their Curious George, Billy's Picture, Katy No Pocket and Whiteblack the Penguin Sees the World.

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