Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey, 1941: The classic and gentle story of a family of ducks in Boston who make their way from Beacon Hill to Louisburg Square, and over the Charles River--often from a duck's-eye view. #Books #Kids #Make_Way_For_Duckling #Robert_McCloskey
Love DNA of famous classic novels #infographic - you’ll be surprised to discover what "Pride and Prejudice" and "Sense and Sensibility" have in common, how “love” evolved in books since 1800, and much more.
Franz Kafka: A per (Der Process). Die Schmiede, Berlin, 1925
For more must-read books, check out 40 Classic Books You Should Have Read in School. And if you still want more titles to pile on your "bucket list" to read, follow Banned Books Awareness Week with a list of our favorite banned and controversial books. So much to read, so little time. Which book will you read first?