What is your favorite children's book to read with your family, or with kids you love?
Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey is one of mine and my mom's all time favorite childrens books. She read it to me and my brother growing up.
The Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis, and any of the Junie B Jones books.
Officer Buckle and Gloria, and the Dark is Rising series by Susan Cooper.
Oh, all GOOD BOOKS! We are currently REALLY into Narnia, my girls just love to hear it read out loud. Blueberries For Sal is one of my personal favorites, it's hard to beat a classic. I can't wait to look up books by Astrid Lindgren we don't know that author and we so enjoy finding new literary treasures!
I have been reading The Berensteins He Bear She Bear for more than 25 years. I read it to my oldest daughter and she loved it so much that I have read the book to all of my children and grandchildren.
We like to read a good selection of old fashioned fairy tales that comes in a beautiful cover and with fantastic illustrations.
The next one is "Pippi Longstocking". We keep many books close to our bed and rotate the selection often. As they grow older we move on to new books.
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