Children’s Books

When I was little, my mother, grandmother, and aunt always read to me. It is thanks to them that I have been a bookworm for my entire life. Recently, I read an article featuring the top books you should read to your children and was disappointed that only a very few of my favorite childhood books made the cut. So here is a list of my top 15. Have you read any of them? What were your favorite books as a child?

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1. Stellaluna by: Janell Cannon

2. Once Upon a Potty by: Alona Frankel

3. Emily’s Autumn by: Janice May Udry

4. Mary Ann’s Mud Day by: Janice May Udry

5. Miss Suzy by: Miriam Young

6. Love you Forever by: Robert Munsch

7. How The Rhinoceros Got His Skin by: Jack Nicholson

8. Wombat Stew by: Marcia K. Vaughan

9. Freya’s Fantastic Surprise by: Libby Hathorn

10. The Monster’s Nose Was Cold by: Joan Hanson

11. Amazing Grace by: Mary Hoffman

12. All the Places to Love by: Patricia MacLachlan

13. Toads and Diamonds by: Charlotte Huck

14. Grover’s Book of Cute Little Baby Animals by: B.G. Ford

15. Bread and Jam For Frances by: Russell Hoban

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Children’s Books

  1. Reblogged this on Rabbit Ears Productions Blog and commented:
    check out abbykutscher’s top children’s books list!

  2. I’ve read How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin by Jack Nicholson and it was fantastic! Have you read any other Rabbit Ears books?

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