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      Classic Childrens Book This is my favorite children's book and the illustrations are absolutely fantastic as well. They use bright unusual colors and patterns.

    • Ally Guhl

      Goodnight Moon...I buy this book, as well as The Hungry Caterpillar, for every baby shower...

    • Erin Cuniffe

      Childrens Books- one of my most favorite books growing up

    • Teresa Baldwin

      15 must-read kids books

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    My all-time favorite children's book. You have to roar and gnash you're teeth, or you aren't really reading it right. ;)

    I had the 1961 printing growing up. Baby bear was my first words.

    A book, too, can be a star, a living fire to lighten the darkness, leading out into the expanding universe. – Madeleine L'Engle

    I adore A.S. Byatt. This is an amazing story, as are all of her other works.

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    What a strange book... I just read this a few nights ago to my son.

    Children's books- did you know that in Pat the Bunny, the rabbit's name isn't Pat? I think it is Wanda or Larry- it really doesn't say!