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  • aristoddlers
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37 people think this is good

  • aristoddlers
  • Andrew Vasco
  • Cait Emma
  • Katie Huang
  • Quynh N
  • Clif Mims
  • Claire Patterson

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  • Doris Yee

    Just made me smile at my desk but I wish Strega Nona made it to this list. I've learned so much about helping others through that book when I was younger.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Mo Willems and Eric Carle have written some of my favorites. A new writer on the horizon that I love is Dallas Clayton. ALSO- the Junie B. series is SO FUN!

  • Jillian Kirby

    It is really wonderful to see stories I grew up with moving onto future generations.

  • Douglas Sellers

    I had 31 of those read to me when I was growing up!

    • Hillary Newman

      I (well, actually my parents) read 32 of these. The cover of Blueberries for Sal brings back so many memories!

      • Anna Silverman

        I think I counted 76 of these that I've read, or were read to me. I loved Swimmy!

          • Anna Silverman

            Hahah well I was always more interested in reading than math, so it's totally possible that I counted wrong.