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Best Children's Book

Discussion in 'Children and Young Adult Books' started by mdragon159, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. Karen C

    Karen C Member

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    I struggled to get through The Hobbit in my 20's when I read it and I don't think I would have enjoyed it any more if I'd read it as a child.

    I loved Roald Dahl when I was a kid and would love to re-read his books now that I'm an adult. My favorites were The BFG and Matilda, both excellent books!
     
  2. ChaosTheory

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    I was also majorly into comic strips: Peanuts, Calvin and Hobbes, Garfield, Bloom County (even though a lot of that one went over my head until I was older).
     
  3. Noemi

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    I loved the stories of magic and myth gathered by the Brothers Grimm, and my favorite story is Snow White :)
     
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    • Cat in the Hat by Dr. Suess...... All Children love this one!!!!
     
  5. G. Anderson

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    Well, I am a big Harry Potter fans but I would classify them rather as young adult since the topics get very dark later on. Best children's book? I'd say it's between A Bear Called Paddington or Alice in Wonderland. Probably Alice in Wonderland, I've read that over and over again, and it's so full of wonderful weirdness that I hope every child will read it.
     

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