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The best! Little Golden Books

golden books - childhood loves- I spent hours with these beautiful books

Book suggestions for kids of all ages. Thanks iMom.

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Barnes & Noble Online Storytime: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff (Read by: Laura Numeroff)

Golden Books - I read them, read them to my son and read them to my granddaughters. Hopefully they will read them to their children when that day comes.

Anyone else get excited when they see these bindings?Golden Books - loved these always brings me back to my childhood love, reading!

Corduroy. One of my favorite childhood books!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Corduroy book~ a favorite of my 3 kids! I shall pass it on to Sadie!

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I remember when I was actually PROUD of myself for being able to read books like these. Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish. My favorite childhood books

The Witch Next Door

I loved this book- my second grade teacher gave me the Christmas Witch book, and had it all of these years!The Witch Next Door by Norman Bridwell - Vintage Scholastic Childrens' Book

Remember how surprised we were to find the Little Critter books? That is what we called Erik before he was born.

Just Me and My Mom (A Little Critter Book) - Mercer Mayer

Just Me and My Mom (Little Critter Book) children's book. Our family enjoyed the little critter books.

Holy heck, am I the only one who remembers the Maisy books? I'm only 13 and I used to read them ALL THE TIME.

Candlewick Press has great resources including book trailers, fun things to do, activity sheets, story-hour kits, and more.

One of my all time favorite childhood books!

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly by Simms Taback is exactly what it sounds like. The lady swallows a fly, but then swallows other animals increasing in size. Will the old lady survive?