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The Essential Children's Bookshelf

The Essential Children's Bookshelf 3-5 YRS Children learning how to read love simple stories revolving around their favourite things: food, toys and animals! The Very Where The Wild Mog the Forgetful Cat The Gruffalo Dogger The Snowman Briggs Hungry Caterpillan By Eric Carle By Shirley Hughes Where's Spot? By Eric Hill Things Are By Maurice Sendack By Julia By Judith Keri Donaldson As children grow, stories revolving around fantasy and imagination become very popular. 6-8 YRS The Tale of Peter Rabbit The Wind in the Peter and Wendy By 1. M. Barrie Winnie- Cat in the Hat Horria Henry Simon The BFG willows By Roald Dahl By Dr. Suess By A.A. Milne By Kenneti By Beatrix Grahame 9-11 Children at this age appreciate full narratives with strong heroes and lots of conflict! YRS A Little Princess Goodnight The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe By C.S. Lewis Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Matilda By Roald Dahl The Story of Tracy Beaker Black Beauty By Anna Sewell Mister Tom Hodason Burnet By Michelle By Jacqueline Magorian By J.K Rowling "Young Adult" fiction often covers the themes of rebellion, epic adventures, romance and self discovery. 12+ YRS The Fellowship of the Ring By J.R.R. Tolkien The Lost The Catcher To Kill a Pride & Watership Down By Richard Adams Noughts and Crosses By Malorie Blackman World in the Rye By J.D. Salinger Prejudice By Jane Austen Mockingbire By Arthur Conan Doyle By Harper Lee PRESENTED BY stuart morris KTILE DESIGN A PRINT Winnie-the-Pooh * The Snowman Matilda Watership Down The Very Hungry Caterpillar DAL (HORRID HENRY A Little Princess Dear Zoo Mog The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe The Forgetful Cat The Fellowship of the Ring The WIND IN THE WILLOWS The Gruffalo Goodnight Mister Tom The Lost World The Cat in the Hat 1 DOGGER THE CATCHER IN THE RYE Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone DETER AND WENDY Where's Spot? 0 女 TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD The Story of Tracy Beaker The Tale of Peter Rabbit WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE Pride & Prejudice D- åzNVIL YIPJT

The Essential Children's Bookshelf

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A good children’s book can evoke all sorts of emotions, particularly when it comes to classic children’s book. Adults are swept away by a feeling of nostalgia and children can experience a whole r...


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