At the age of 6 years, children usually begin to enter the reading age. How we deal with books later on, whether children develop into bookworms or reading sourpusses, is largely determined by this phase of life and the content of the books. Boring reading books, which are only about cramming, often only increase the frustration level of children. Of course, simply having books read out loud is more convenient. But with the right first-reading books, interest in children's literature can be awakened and sustainably promoted. We looked at some children's books from 6 years of age and found not only the typical classics, but also discovered some new, innovative first-reading books.