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  • Brianna Mowery

    67 Books to read for kids before age 10...(we're a tad behind!) -- Charlottes Web by E. B. White

  • Jaemi Riggs

    67 books to read to your kids before they turn 10. This has got to e the BEST list of children's books ever created!!

  • Melanie Pearson-Anderson

    Another great book list: 67 books to read to your kids before they turn 10 #kids #books

  • Rupa Bhakta

    67 books to read to your kids before they turn 10...this was my favorite book growing up

  • Beth Smith

    A Geek's list of 67 books to read aloud with kids as they grow

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I think my first encounter with James and the Giant Peach was in 5th grade, when my teacher read it aloud to the class, and it hooked me on Roald Dahl. While I do love the original illustrations by Nancy Berkert, I'm also partial to Lane Smith's quirky versions as well. But regardless of which pictures accompany it, it's a fantastic story.