Being A Bookworm: Children's Classic Novelties
They are stories we never forget. The ones with unexpected endings, sharp twists and turns, and filled with a world of wonder and imagination. Remember when you first got asked “Do you like green eggs and ham?” or giggling after being called mommy’s “Little Prince?”
We sure do! Go ahead and get lost in “Charlotte’s Web” while searching for "Madeline" but remember it’s OK to re-read the pages of your book if you don’t understand “Where The Wild Things Are”!
Become a bookworm with these picks by petitePARADE available at Amazon.com:
- Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans (1939) - Sometimes when you’re the smallest you also have to be the bravest.
- The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint- Exupery (1943) - An allegorical tale of a stranded pilot and a boy from beyond the stars. “One sees clearly only with the heart.”
- Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren (1950) - Outlandish fun is sure to follow the girl who lives on her own with a monkey, a horse, and a fortune in gold coins.
- Charlotte’s Web by E.B White (1953) - A story of true friendship between Wilbur the pig and Charlotte A. Cavatica, his spider savior.
- Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss (1960) - Methinks Sam’s friend doth protest too much.
- Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Paris (1963) -The queen of idioms makes her grand appearance on the page!
- Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (1963) - Sometimes when you’re having a bad day you need to go to a place where you can be a monster.
- The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle (1969) - It’s a counting book, a days of the week story, a tale of colors, a die-cut wonder, and a memorable read-aloud rolled up in one!
- Rumpelstiltskin by Paul O. Zelinksy (1986) - Can you guess his name? Stunning paintings in the late medieval style take a classic fairy tale to new heights.