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Looking for the best children's books of all time? We've got them right here. And as it's National Book Lovers Day, there's no better time to stock up on some classics. So, whether you're in need of some inspiration on how to illustrate a children's book , want to inspire budding readers or your own children's books projects, we've got you covered. So why not enjoy this unofficial holiday that encourages people to pick up a book or two and spend the day reading with one of these amazing tales. The best children's books not only need to excite the mind of a child, they also need to engage the adult reading them to the point that they're happy going through the same book over and over and over and over again. We've broken our list of children's books down into age groups — with some extra recommendations in each section that anyone with a designer's eye will get a kick out of as well.
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The books were chosen by a panel of adult experts - but there has been some controversy. Not a single book on the list was published after , so the list misses out on Harry Potter, His Dark Materials and the David Walliams books, to name just three. Seriously, the latest book on that "11 Greatest Children's Books" list is Northern Lights, anyone? I Want My Hat Back?
The following 10 books are those that have thrilled generations of children and no child should have the misfortune of growing up without reading them. In it, a personified bunny ritualistically goes through a process of saying goodnight to everything visible to him from his room. Goodnight Air. Inspiring animations, live-action films, direct-to-video sequels and a video game, E. The story is about a pig named Wilbur and a spider named Charlotte; when the farmer is about to slaughter Wilbur, Charlotte uses her web-making skills to create praise-worthy words for Wilbur to save him from slaughtering. Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson