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  • reganwho
    posted by reganwho
     

    childrens' books

    latley i've found that there are many humorous and entertaining childrens books out there.who knew!
    posted 6 years ago
  • Luthiensangel
    posted by Luthiensangel
     
    Try "Chester" by Melanie Watt.
    posted 6 years ago
  • kmansell1
    posted by kmansell1
     
    My children absolutely love "the gruffalo" and then I have to read "the gruffalo's child" straight after (to be honest I like them as well)
    posted 6 years ago
  • bmerickson
    posted by bmerickson
     
    My favorite has always been Amelia Bedelia. My daughter loves them too.
    posted 6 years ago
  • PrincessCylene
     
    OMG I remember Amelia Bedelia! =D

    All the Roald Dhal books are awesome.
    And Robert Munsch. ^^
    posted 5 years ago
  • CloudIsAMonkey
     
    THE LORAX!!!! LORAX!!!!!

    And the Wall-E picture book is very artistic. ^_^" And yeah Amelia is classic.
    posted 5 years ago
  • forestgoddess08
     
    My son likes the Spiderwick Chronicles and my daughter likes Harry Potter or anything mythical..
    posted 5 years ago
  • kyutililme
    posted by kyutililme
     
    Try The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. This is Book One of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.
    posted 5 years ago
  • wijayagalang
    posted by wijayagalang
     
    Dickens' David Copperfield...Twain's The Adventure of Huck Finn
    posted 4 years ago
  • kimmiejuly
    posted by kimmiejuly
     
    Morris Gleitzman and Paul Jennings write great books for kids......very funny stories.
    posted 4 years ago
  • sezzac155
    posted by sezzac155
     
    -Dr. Seuss (Those books are awesome :P :D)

    -Animorphs and Goosebumps

    Then there is those picture books such as

    -Animalia

    - I spy

    And i have recently discoved a book called 'Parsley Rabits book about books'. For a full blown picture book it's quite clever.
    posted 4 years ago
  • kmansell1
    posted by kmansell1
     
    i've revisited all the old fairy tales and stories with my kids but I still do not understand rumpelstiltskin. he gets done over by the woman in the tale which is harsh.
    posted 3 years ago
  • rihanasteve
    posted by rihanasteve
     
    Missing the childhood comic and have never repeated to go with them.Although they are kiddish books, but i really love to lost in childhood back with them.
    posted 20 months ago