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  1. Dear Zoo
  2. Llama Llama Red Pajama
  3. How Do Dinosaurs Say I’m Mad?
  4. Topsy & Tim
  5. The Gruffalo
  6. The Snail on the Whale
  7. Aesop’s Fabels
  8. The Berenstain Bears: Kindness Counts
  9. Where the Wild Things Are
  10. Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls
  11. Iggy Peck Architect
  12. The Lorax
  13. Today
  14. Press Here
  15. The Day the Crayons Quit
  16. Tiger, Tiger Is It True? (Byron Katie)
  17. Have You Filled a Bucket Today?
  18. What Do You Do With an Idea?
  19. Who Says Women Can’t Be Doctors?
  20. Ninja Red Riding Hood
  21. She Persisted
  22. What To Do When You Worry Too Much
  23. Tuttle Twins
  24. Amazing Visual Math
  25. Illuminature
  26. Milton’s Secret (Eckhart Tolle)


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17 Replies to “26 Kids Books We Love”

  1. I did not know Eckhart Tolle had a children’s book. I will definitely be looking that one up. “LOVE YOU FOREVER” and almost anything Robert Munsch come to mind. My mom read them to me.

  2. Sandra Boynton’s board books! My 8 month old loves Snuggle Puppy, in particular. It makes him smile at me and it’s so precious. It was/is also a hit with my now 4 year old daughter.

  3. Whether you love to write or hate to write, my advice is the same. First, read, read, read. Read a lot. Read often. Comic books, magazines, cereal boxes, funny books, sad books, adventures, fantasies – whatever you like … and some things you don’t. Reading can be the best teacher of writing. I actually schedule reading time into my work schedule. Then write. Don’t be afraid of the blank page or the blank computer screen. Don’t be afraid of sounding stupid. Just do it. Get it down. Write fast. Really fast. Write when you’re not expecting to write. There are a million different ways to write. Start with something you enjoy. Make lists, doodle, rant, rap, write poems, wacky stories, diary entries. But just write. And if you want to, you can always go back and revise. The more you write, the easier it becomes, AND the better a writer you will be.

  4. Nice post. I am going to share this post on my facebook page. People must know about this amazing list of kids books. Hope more good things will come in future as well.

    1. Thank you for sharing the link. I purchased the guide, and after only 2 days it helped me and my son to deal with sleep training! It has only been 2 days so I’m still a little bit afraid that it all comes back but it looks promising 🙂

    2. This is a nice list of books 🙂
      Rose, thank you for the info! I purchased all the guides because the price is very tempting and I don’t regret. They’re all great, and what is the most important they’re short, so I didn’t have to spend hours reading them. Great idea – short books for parents 🙂 Thank you!

  5. I have been reading to my kiddo since he was tiny, and we keep adding to our book collection- they are all good friends. We still read many of the “baby” books, and we started adding books above his age range pretty young. I focus on gentle books, positive and empowering books, silly books and snuggling books. SO my list is a HUGE range. I will try to choose one from each age and or type- it will be a cross section, because choosing a favorite is impossible!
    Every book by Todd Parr, at every age!
    Guess how much I love you
    No Matter What
    Oh No! Little dragon
    The Magic Treehouse books ( I edit out anything too scary while reading aloud)
    The Kiss That Missed

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