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#31 of 55 Old 08-10-2013, 07:28 AM
 
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The original Little Bear books

Caps For Sale

Blueberries for Sal

One Morning In Maine

Rikki Tikki Tembo

Benji's Dog House (Margaret Bloy Graham of Harry the Dirty Dog)

Journeycake Ho! (I don't even know if this is still in print-- illustrated by Robert McCloskey)

Katie the Kitten (Golden Book--again, I don't know if it's still in print)

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Ooh! So many great ones. Our favorites thus far:
Anything by Ezra Jack Keats
Mo Willems
Jon Klassen books

And my new favorite favorite (as a knitting freak): Extra Yarn by Mac Barnett
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Oh man!  How could I have forgot ALL of Phoebe Gilman's books?!!  especially: The Gypsy Princess, Something from Nothing, all the Jillian Jiggs, and The Balloon Tree

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Bubblegum, Bubblegum
Jamberry
Angelita and the Magic Yarn
Brave Ben
Me First
Willy books
Fox Books
Dr. Seuss books
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We adore all things Seuss -But my absolute favorite is "Loveykins" by Quentin Blake - he was Roald Dahl's illustrator and did a few books of his own - so good!  Also i didnt see Kevin Henkes mentioned - Lily's Plastic Purse, Julius, Baby of the World, Sheila Rae the Brave -  for slightly older kids - so funny though!


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Oh Quentin Blake is great. I love Mr Magnolia and Mrs Armitage on Wheels.
I also loved Roald Dahl as a child.

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I forgot about Bartleby of the Mighty Mississippi by Phyllis Shallant, chapter book, fiction

Its sequel Bartleby of the Big Bad Bayou is good too. These are great if you have animal lovers or budding biologists.

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All of Mary Fabyan Windeatt's biographies of saints:

http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&field-author=Mary%20Fabyan%20Windeatt&page=1&rh=n%3A283155%2Cp_27%3AMary%20Fabyan%20Windeatt

 

The Storm Book by Charlotte Zolotow

http://www.amazon.com/Storm-Book-Charlotte-Zolotow/dp/0064431940/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid=

 

Curious George books by Margaret and H.A. Rey

 

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown (also available as a board book!)

http://www.amazon.com/Goodnight-Moon-Margaret-Wise-Brown/dp/0694003611/ref=tmm_other_meta_binding_title_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid=

 

Madeline books by Ludwig Bemelmans

http://www.madeline.com

 

I Love You the Purplest by Barbara M. Joosse

http://www.amazon.com/Love-You-Purplest-Barbara-Joosse/dp/0811807185

 

Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman (I have a little story about this one)

 

Lentil and Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey

http://www.amazon.com/Robert-McCloskey/e/B001ITVSR6

 

I don't mind the Amelia Bedelia books by Peggy Parish but I think I understand the humor a lot better than my children do

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0060542381

 

Eric Carle and Dr. Seuss were already mentioned

 

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile by Bernard Waber (and his one about Ira saying goodbye)

http://www.amazon.com/Bernard-Waber/e/B001IGM2RE

 

The King With Six Friends by Jay Williams

http://www.amazon.com/The-King-Six-Friends-Williams/dp/0819303429

 

Catholic Children's Treasure Box books are all good

http://www.amazon.com/Catholic-Childrens-Treasure-Box-1-20/dp/B000FFS5ZW/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1376330318&sr=1-1&keywords=catholic+children%27s+treasure+box

 

 

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Great thread!

In the Night Kitchen
Where the Wild Things Are
Pancakes for Breakfast (the one with no text)
The Little House series
Some Roald Dahl
Harry Potter series
Narnia series
Watership Down
The Secret Garden

Gosh, so many, it's hard to narrow it down!

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Oh, I forgot about the Phoebe Dunn stories! The Little Kitten, The Little Lamb, etc. I love how illustrative the photos are.
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Harold and the Purple Crayon
The Duchess Bakes a Cake
Jamberry
Ferdinand the Bull!
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Reading over other folks replies has made me nostalgic. Ahhh... The Dumplings are teens now, and I remember so many of the books you all have mentioned. One absolute favorite is For Every Child, a Better World, by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson may have had a hand in this). International human rights, addressed on a young child's level. I think it is out of print, but it is still available. I know because I just bought a used copy, in preparation for becoming a foster parent again.

 

I loved the Animalia books for the quality of the art. I have often chosen books for the illustrations - I am irritated with the crappy condescending cartoony stuff that decorates so much children's stuff, books included. Bill Peet is an author with good art, poetry, and good stories. And I love anything by Dr. Seuss, except when it gets over commercialized. The books are enough - I don't need cereal bowls, backpacks, or clothing to match.

 

Most of my kids let me read to them at bedtime until they were 12 or so. We loved series that would last for months: Little House on the Prairie, Rick Riordan's series, Harry Potter, The Golden Compass and sequels,  The Boxcar Children, Nancy Drew, The Bobbsey Twins, Tintin, I can't remember what all else. Oh, yeah, Narnia of course. And the whole Wizard of Oz series.


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I loved the Animalia books for the quality of the art. I have often chosen books for the illustrations - I am irritated with the crappy condescending cartoony stuff that decorates so much children's stuff, books included.

Have you checked out anything by Dennis Nolan? He's an author/illustrator, and I really like how his illustration style changes so much from book to book -- silly (but not condescending!) drawings for silly books, pointillism for the book about sand castles, realism for other books -- we really like his stuff around here, especially for the quality of the illustration.

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I love the illustration in:

 

On the Mountain - Maurice Pledger

The Mitten - and other Jan Brett Books

 

Like the following:

Princess Pigsty

Princess Knight

 

My daughter really likes the Amelia Bedilia books lately

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Hello - thanks for all the good ideas.  I am going to come back to this treasure trove again and again!  I tried the Year at Maple Hill Farm and it gave my 3 yr old son nightmares! (he needs to spend more time in the country - it was the shaggy dog he didn't like) and 10 minutes till bedtime was incredible, he LOVES it.  Fantastic revelation.  We really do not have as many good books over here in the UK I don't think.  Thank you blowkiss.gif

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Goodnight Moon

Amelia Bedelia

If I ran the Circus

 

And I love some of the "modern classics" that are personalized books now

I found a bunch at http://classicreads.net

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I like sandra boynton very much....

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Oh the Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss

Blueberry Girl by Neil Gaiman

All the World by Liz Garton Scanlon

Awake to Nap by Nikki McClure

The Barn Owls by Tony Johnston

On the Day You Were Born by Debra Fraiser


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Well, there are the books that my girls love now (currently age 3) and in the past:

 

The Little Mouse, the Hungry Bear and the Red, Ripe Strawberry

The "Pigeon" series by Mo Willems

Flicka, Dicka and Ricka series

"Knuffle Bunny" series by Mo Willems

"Peter Rabbit" series

"Big Red Barn"

"Frog & Toad" series

"Little Bear" series

"The Mitten" and basically anything else by Jan Brett

"Angus" series by Marjorie Flack

"Blueberries for Sal"

"A Sick Day for Amos McGee" by Stead

 

And then the books that I am keeping on a list for them to try at the appropriate ages (elementary, pre-teen and teen):

 

“Comet in Moominland” (and the other Moomin books) by Tove Jansson

“Freckles” and “Laddie” by Gene Stratton-Porter.  Also, “A Girl of the Limberlost” and “The Harvester” but those are for a more pre-teen audience.

Louisa May Alcott beyond “Little Women” – “Under the Lilacs”, “Eight Cousins” (which has a sequel called “Rose in Bloom”), “An Old Fashioned Girl” and “Little Men”.

“The Bronze Bow”, “Calico Captive” and “The Witch of Blackbird Pond” by Elizabeth George Speare.

“Carry On, Mr. Bowditch”  by Jean Lee Latham

“Betsy-Tacy” by Maud Hart Lovelace (and the whole Betsy-Tacy series).

“Understood Betsy” by Dorothy Canfield Fisher

“The Trojan War” by Olivia Coolidge

“The Children’s Homer” and “Children of Odin” by Padriac Colum

“Black Ships Before Troy” by Rosemary Sutcliff (and basically all of Rosemary Sutcliff’s historical novels for pre-teens).

“The Sword in the Stone” T.H. White

“Stories of Beowulf” and “English Literature for Boys and Girls” by H.E. Marshall

Children’s mysteries (she wrote a ton) by Augusta Seaman.  Particularly “The Shadow on the Dial”.

“Heidi” by Johanna Spyri, also the sequel “Heidi Grows Up”

“The Railway Children” by E. Nesbit.  Also:  “The Five Children and It”,  “The Phoenix and the Carpet” and “The Story of the Amulet”.

“Tom’s Midnight Garden” by Philippa Pearce.

“Misty of Chincoteague” by Marguerite Henry

“Black Beauty” by Anna Sewell

“The Prince and the Pauper” and “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” by Mark Twain

“Ballet Shoes” and the whole “Shoes” series by Noel Streatfeild

“Daddy-Long-Legs” by Jean Webster

The whole “Childhood of Famous Americans” series of books.

“Treasure Island” and “Kidnapped!” by Robert Louis Stevenson

“Pushcart War” by Jean Merrill

Kipling’s “Captains Courageous”, “Rikki Tikki Tavi”, “Jungle Book” and “Just So Stories”

Andrew Lang’s “Fairy” series of books.

“The Last Unicorn” by Peter S. Beagle

“The Princess Bride” by William Goldman

“The Neverending Story” by William Ende

“From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler” by E.L. Konigsburg

“Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH” by Robert C. O’Brien

“The Borrowers” series by Mary Norton

“The Adventures of Pippi Longstocking” by Astrid Lindgren

“A String in the Harp” by Nancy Bond

“The Wolves of Willoughby Chase” (and basically everything else she wrote) by Joan Aiken

“Charlotte’s Web” and “Stuart Little” by E.B. White

“Caddie Woodlawn” by Carol Brink

“Black Stallion” and “Man O’War” by Walter Farley

“Anne of Green Gables” (and the entire Avonlea series) and “Emily of New Moon” (and the entire Emily series) by L.M. Montgomery

“The Hobbit” by J.R.R. Tolkien

“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” series by C.S. Lewis

“The Book of Three” and the entire Prydain series by Lloyd Alexander, as well as the “Westmark” series by Lloyd Alexander

“Tuck Everlasting” by Natalie Babbitt

“The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” (and its 20 some sequels) by Frank L. Baum

“Island of the Blue Dolphins” by Scott O’Dell

“The Phantom Tollbooth” by Norton Juster

“A Little Princess”, “The Secret Garden” and “Little Lord Fauntleroy” by Frances Hodgson Burnett

“Peter Pan” by J.M. Barrie

“Pollyanna” by Eleanor H. Porter

“Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm” by Kate Wiggen

"The Little House" Books by Laura Ingalls Wilder

"Over Sea, Under Stone" and the rest of the "Dark is Rising" series by Susan Cooper

"Song of the Lioness"/"Mastiff", etc. series by Tamora Pierce

"Watership Down" by Richard Adams

"A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" by Betty Smith

"All of a Kind Family" by Sydney Taylor

"Johnny Tremain" by Esther Forbes

"Mary Poppins" and the rest of the series by P.L. Travers

"Paddington Bear" by Michael Bond

"Children of the Green Knowe" and the rest of the series by L.M. Boston

"Chitty chitty bang bang" by Ian Fleming

"Nancy Drew" - not great art, but I remember loving them.

"The Rescuers" by Margery Sharp

"101 Dalmatians" by Dodie Smith

"Frances" series by Russell Hoban

"Tanglewood Tales" by Hawthorne

"King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table" and "Robin Hood" by Green

"Wizard Children of Finn" by Mary Tannen

"The Master Puppeteer" and "Of Nightingales that Weep" by Katherine Paterson

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Buzzbuzz, I might just have to read through your list now (and all of next year!)
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Thanks!  I've been keeping a running list, as I remember old books that I read as a child, and that kids I know still enjoy.  It is a rather old-fashioned list -- my mother kept many of her childhood books and I read them years later when they would otherwise be out of print or very hard to obtain (in the days before Amazon).

 

A couple of the books don't have the most current attitudes (for example, the description of the "natives" met during their travels in Carry on, Mr. Bowditch, which while not horrible is probably not the most P.C.) but my preferred approach is to use that as a springboard for discussion, rather than to avoid making the book available.


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Two I remembered recently:

 

Corduroy

 

I Love To Take A Bath (which is an English translation of the Japanese original--makes me feel all steamy and squeaky clean just reading it!)


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If we're discussing picture books, I'm sad one of my new favorites isn't on here!

The Family Book by Todd Parr. Every family should have it, and read it frequently to their little ones.


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I cannot believe my 2 year old and I just discovered Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems.
We love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously we read it 7 times a day.
We read a lot of books too and just discovered the " biscuit" books. He likes those too maybe because they are very simple and he can read a couple of words in them.
I am having a hard time finding books at this point. He is two and I am having trouble finding an appropriate level for him. Either they are way advanced books or too simple.
Any suggestions?
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Board Books:

Snuggle Puppy (Sandra Boynton)

Quiet Loud (Leslie Patricelli)

One Tree (Green Start)

In the Garden (Green Start)

Dr. Seuss's The Foot Book and Mr. Brown Can Moo

 

Picture books:

Eric Carle, especially Little Cloud, Draw Me a Star, 10 Little Rubber Ducks, the Tiny Seed and Pancakes, Pancakes

Tomie DePaola, especially Charlie Needs a Cloak, Pancakes for Breakfast, and The Song of Francis. He has some lovely Catholic/Christian books, if those are of interest.

Subway by Christoph Niemann  (a great book about the New York subway system)

Ron Hirschi (beautiful nature photography), especially Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall

Lois Ehlert--Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf

Near Mama's Heart (Colleen Newman)

 

Early Readers:

Frog and Toad

Astrid Lindgren's Emil, Noisy Village, and Lotta on Troublemaker Street.  I'm uncomfortable with all the talk of "naughty children" and the authoritarian parenting, but it is possible to read around that. And Lindgren was herself an advocate against corporal punishment.


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