20 thoughts on “Favorite children books…

  1. ANNA! I love your blog! My favorite books when I was little were “Tuck Everlasting,” and “The Princess Bride.” Especially The Princess Bride; long, but if you could read it to them I bet they'd love it! It has true love, adventure, giants, sword fights, and a totally different ending than the stupid movie!

    Love & Haggis,
    Sabrina
    http://www.mexicaninscotland.com

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  2. a) eric carle is a genius. a preschool favorite of mine.
    b) sometimes children's books make me cry because they present real life emotional issues in such a playful, innocent way. it's one of my favorite things ever.

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  3. oh i love so many of these! such sweet classics. children's books were some of my favorite things being a kindergarten teacher. when i was a kid i was totally in love with “the color kittens” and “what was that!” about little bugs who hear each other in the night and get scared of the noises. so cute.

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  4. all the ones pictured are great childhood memories… my favorites of them were the very hungry caterpillar, where the wild things are, stella luna, and goodnight moon…

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  5. I love almost anything by Mem Fox, or Shirley Hughes. Dogger is my favourite child's book ever. Corduroy by Don Freeman.

    My kids love the Charlie and Lola books – they aren't easy to read like a rhyming story, but the kids go nuts for the illustrations.

    SO MANY!

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  6. children's literature is some of my favorite.

    The Three Questions is super cute. For a tiny bit of an older crowd I'd say…like 6 or older.

    One that my kids love at the daycare is “A Bad Case of the Stripes” Really pretty illustrations and a funny story.

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  7. These books are each some of my absolute favorites!

    I also love all the Francis books (Bread and Jam for Francis, etc.). Go Dogs, Go! is a great one as well, in addition to Runaway Bunny. I love them all! Kevin Henkes books are amazing too.

    If you will be au pairing any girls, the Fancy Nancy books are TO DIE FOR.

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