Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Lots For Tots Giveaway Hop

 
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38 comments:

  1. Curious George H A Rey (1941): The first book of seven about a mischievous monkey who is kidnapped by the man in the yellow hat. The plot already got me.

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  2. I still love "Horton Hears A Who" Mostly, because I remember reading it over and over to my youngest sister who is 8 years younger than me.

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  3. The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe is one of the best children's book I have ever read.

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  4. any one by tamora pierce those are simply magical and make you dream no matter your age'

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  5. If the kids are small the Bernstein Bear books are a must

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  6. Goodness, I have so far behind on children's books I don't know any new ones. When I was young, a long time ago, I loved Black Beauty!!!!

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  7. How the Grinch Stole Christmas because, hello, it's the Grinch!

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  8. The Christmas Wish. It's magical and it was created by a family, it's so beautiful. It's perfect for small children.
    Marta

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  9. definitely Lion Witch and Wardrobe xx

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  10. Winnie The Pooh because it is so funny

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  11. I found Silly Willy Winston books recently. I love that they inform children as well as entertain. The main character is a dog.

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  12. Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein. He also wrote The Giving Tree. There are a few others he's written and won awards for. The books are amazing; very thought provoking, but written for children :)

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  13. All Hans Christian Andersen's books.

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  14. Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears by Emily Gravett..brilliant children's story book for under 5's. Well illustrated picture book, complete with nibbled pages, novelty elements, flaps, die-cuts and even a fold-out map of the Isle of Fright at the end of the book :)

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  15. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

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  16. Berenstain Bear books are my favorites
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  17. I recommend The Changelings by Christina Soontornvat. It has magic, adventure, mystery, and fairies!

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  18. You must have already read Charlotte's Web. It is very heartwarming story.

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  19. Trickster’s Choice by Tamora Pierce

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  20. The day the crayons quit - great for children but also funny for adults!

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  21. My grandson loves Truck is Stuck. I love the sing song way the book is written.

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  22. I love "charlie chick" cause it's a classic book for kids

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  23. I love "little thumb" cause it's so sweet for kids

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  24. Charlotte's Web, because it is about compassion and friendship.

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  25. The Little Engine that Could or But No Elephants. I loved both of these books as a child.

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  26. The Wizard of Oz because it's a beautiful story for children and even adults and it's written in a unique way.

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  27. Carrie's War by Nina Bawden, it has such a great cast of characters.

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  28. The Lion, Witch and the wardrobe is my favorite as a kid and my kids love it as well.

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  29. Oh one of our favorites to read is The Runaway Pumpkin by Kevin Lewis. Even though its centered around October...we love to read all year long. Its rhythm and rhyme is so addicting! Part of it goes Round and 'round across the ground....Makin a thumpin' bumpin' sound....Came that thumpety bumpety thumpin' bumpin'....Round and Rolly Runaway Pumpkin! Oh we LOVE this book!!!

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  30. I love tom's midnight garden as a child :)

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  31. The jolly postman is a must for young children and the secret garden when they are older!

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  32. Pax by Sara Pennypacker was really good with lots of character development, great messages, and a slightly sad but beautiful ending.

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  33. The Chronicles of Narnia, very educational!

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  34. Oxford Reading Tree - Poor Old Rabbit. My daughter loves this book. Naturally it's got Biff, Chip and Kipper in so definitely one reason to read it. But it teaches about recycling and taking care of toys.

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  35. I love The Giving Tree! It is great for teaching kids about unconditional love and sacrifice.

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