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Centerburg Tales: More Adventures of Homer Price by Robert McCloskey

What's up? You know the rest of the sentence but 5, 6 and 7 year-olds cannot believe that word is in a book. Parents will recognize the boy who cannot resist repeatedly asking his dad that hilarious question because every child on earth has done the same thing. Reading the book or repeating the joke, they will fall down laughing!

This story is hilarious. My class loved it!

A classic at our house, plus it's one of the 100 Greatest Books for Kids (a list by Parent & Child magazine in its March 2012 issue).

Caps for Sale: A Tale of a Peddler, Some Monkeys and Their Monkey Business

Billy And Blaze: A Boy And His Pony. Another of my favorites growing up! Every child who loves horses should have this book.

"I will always be a good boy now," Little Pear promised, nodding his head very hard. Ergu looked at her small brother and suddenly felt rather sad. "Little Pear is growing up," said said.

Luckily for me, kid lit genius Joan Kindig recommended this book. It's not one I would have come to on my own. A multi-layered story about a boy whose father is bone deep mean. He attacks the tender, most vulnerable parts of his son. The father's bullying has kept the family apart emotionally. The saving graces are thin possibilities at first-- often dismissed by the boy. The story is well-paced and beautifully written. Read it and weep.