Your kid loved The Gruffalo? Here are more books and activities

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The Gruffalo is one of the most famous children’s books worldwide. Julia Donaldson (author) and Axel Scheffler (illustrator) created an excellent book that was even adapted for TV.

If your kid loves The Gruffalo, this list contains several more picture books, activity books, and activity sheets featuring the lovely story.

The Gruffalo books for toddlers

My First Gruffalo Little Library

A nice little collection of tiny books. Yep, they are small, but your baby will love them. They may not be suitable if your kid is older than 2 years old due to their size.
With rich, full of color illustrations and pages easy for your child to turn, you’ll have no problem keeping your toddler interested.

Gruffalo, What Can You Hear?: Buggy Book (Gruffalo Baby) Board book

The Gruffalo has a portable board book version for your child’s pram, car seat, or pushchair. A expected you will get a “heavy-duty” book with a sturdy clip for your stroller or any place your kid may sit.

My First Gruffalo: Touch-And-Feel

The Gruffalo also exists as a touch-and-feel story. The illustrated board book has textures, and your kid will feel the Gruffalo’s tusks, knees, and spikes. But it is really a baby book, though. Not many words as you’d expect.

The Gruffalo books for 3-6 year olds

In The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Another book that is highly recommended by Seth is the In The War of Art, written by Steven Pressfield. This book assists a person in determining his or her inner creative battles against self-doubt and fear and provides suggestions and recommendations on how to overcome this fight.

For those who are looking for inspiration books, look no further this one.

Steve Pressfield has written the most important book I’ve ever read on creativity and why it doesn’t happen. The resistance is the most profound force in the life of the artist, the writer and the leader, and Steve has given it a name and called it out.

Seth Godin

If you have issues and trouble in realizing your passion, then this book provides an assessment of negative forces that keep you from identifying your dreams. This book also shows you how to overcome your fears in order to obtain creative goals.

In The War of Art

Steven Pressfield

If you have issues and trouble in realizing your passion, then this book provides an assessment of negative forces that keep you from identifying your dreams. This book also shows you how to overcome your fears in order to obtain creative goals.

The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More by Chris Anderson

This is a very powerful new force in today’s economy.

As the expense of reaching clients drops radically, the market is changing from one-size to fits all models of people appeal to one of an unrestrained array of exceptional tastes. From ad agencies to supermarket and department store shelves, the capability to provide massive voice is changing the whole thing, and this causes people to rethink where the market lies as well as how to acquire them.

The unlimited choice is showing realities on what clients want as well as how they like to get it, from Netflix to song on Spotify and iTunes to Google advertising.

Chris surfaced a fundamental law of the world. There are others.

Seth Godin

This book is about the abundance of economics. New efficiencies in distribution, marketing, and manufacturing are significantly resetting the meaning of what is commercially feasible and practical all over the board. Once the twentieth century was about to come, the twenty-first will be about niches equally.

The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More

Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired magazine, first explored “The Long Tail” in an article that has become one of the most influential business essays of our time.

Pattern Recognition by William Gibson

Pattern Recognition is also one of Seth Godin’s reading list. This is a science fiction book which looks at the desire of human being as well as threats of finding patterns in empty and worthless information.

Set in the Sept 11 present, this book is a story of a woman’s never-ending look for now. According to Seth, if you are a marketer, you need to read this book because it will give you some insight and tips about this matter. This book is filled with ideas as well as images that will stick with you for many months.

Pattern Recognition

William Gibson

Set in the Sept 11 present, this book is a story of a woman’s never-ending look for now.

Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson

Snow Crash is a cyberpunk exploration of technologies like virtual reality, digital currency, smartphones, and augmented-reality. The book though was written in 1992!

It’s such a good book but you can’t give it to someone now. I’ve tried; it doesn’t work. You have to read it before you’ve been on the internet. Then it changes your mind.

Seth Godin

Neal introduced us to Metaverse, a massively multiplayer VR world where Snow Crash takes place. The book foresees almost every technology we have today and is considered one of the best tech books of all time.

Seth wrote that it is a book that “matters because of the ideas within”. I feel I agree. (Also HBO Max has put in development Snow Crash as a drama series…).

Snow Crash

Neal Stephenson

It is one of the best tech books of all time. It was nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the most prestigious science fiction award.

Dune

Dune. Arrakis. Desert Planet.

Dune is one of my favorite books and easily one of the primary masterpieces of science fiction. Though it is dense and I had a difficult time reading.

Other than that Herbert’s world is an epic science fiction work that examines issues like politics, ecology, and religion. Herbert creates the dessert planet of Arrakis as a living, breathing organism. In that setting, he adds plot, and characters that have managed to grip readers for many years.

If you read Dune, and you don’t read it for the plot but you read it for understanding geopolitics, suddenly something clicks in your head.

Seth Godin

Dune

Frank Herbert

If you read Dune, and you don’t read it for the plot but you read it for understanding geopolitics, suddenly something clicks in your head. -Seth Godin

Aurora Gruffalo Sitting, 16-inch

If your kid loves The Gruffalo, then you will love this soft and cuddly stuffed toy. This Gruffalo 16 inch soft toy will be perfect to accompany your bedtime reading. It is of excellent quality, very detailed but it is NOT suitable under 3 years old.

Conclusion

If you want to follow the success of Seth, then you also need to consider reading some of his preferred books. These Seth Godin book recommendations will help you reach your goals.