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Goodnight Moon

What is one of the things I miss most about being a kid? Bedtime stories. When I was a kid, I had a whole closet full of books that I would read, read, and read again and ask others to read to me too. It didn’t matter if it was my Mom, my Dad, my grandparents, cousins, or anyone else- if someone could read and it was night time, you can be sure that I had a book picked out and ready to be read to me. The
blog A Mighty Girl offers some great suggested readings geared toward girls with strong female characters. This is a great site to check out if you have a little girl. My post today is going to be on some of the classic children’s books. The books we tend to pick up again and again with a sense of nostalgia and some of my personal old favorites.

Goodnight Moon, by Margaret Wise Brown


Harry Potter, by J.K. Rowling


Falling Up, and other poetry by Shel Silverstein


The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein


Harold and the Purple Crayon, by Crockett Johnson


A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L’Engle


Green Eggs and Ham, and other stories by Dr. Seuss


Holes, by Louis Sachar


Charlotte’s Webb  by E. B. White


The Indian in the Cupboard, by Lynne Reid Banks


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and others by Roald Dahl


Curious George, byH.A. Rey


Looking for even more children’s books to read? Check out the Children’s Book Guide for the Top 100 children’s books of all-time.

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