Recommended Reads: Children’s Classics


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obsessedwithbooksandmusic says:

Read Narnia and Black Beauty! Both were AMAZING.

DaBomb Music says:

I live a couple hours from PEI/Prince Edward Island xD

Myrthe Kuipers says:


Epifania Rita Gallina says:

I really recommend reading Maud which is a ya retelling of L.M Montgomery’s life. IT’S really good and cute!

Rihanna Rhodes says:

please go and read demon dentist by David walliams

audrey groves says:

The Thief of Always by Clive Barker!

Hemanth Vemanath says:

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A Mull says:

Definitely continue with the Anne series! It is so amazing getting to see Anne grow into a woman, and L.M. Montgomery’s writing is just so good! (Can you tell it’s my favorite series?) My favorite book next to Anne of Green Gables is Anne of the Island.

Carlos Campos says:

A book I recommend is the land of stories series

Dewi Setianingsih says:

So hard getting all book you recommended in indonesia

maccifyme says:

Only english speaking writers? I could be wrong though, I wasn’t paying that much attention. Sorry!

Anyway. If you’re going to read more childrens books, you should definitely check out H C Andersen and Astrid Lindgren!

Nika M. says:

If you like anne of green gables and the secret garden and Heidi, i strongly recommend Pollyanna. It’s such a life changing story. It’s so amazing.

Nitty Loves books says:

Can I get 3 likes

Juan Santana says:


Indian Booktuber says:

Thank god you said that about Lewis Caroll. I hated Alice’s adventures in wonderland but it never made sense for I admire you and your book choices so much 😀 I hope this gives me closure 😀

Marie A says:

Harry Potter totally classic! How many studies about it are there in the academics! I’m currently in Children’s Lit and YA Master’s and it definitely is in my thesis corpus 🙂

Brittany Carlson says:

what are those dolls on your bookshelf called?

asreadbybrooke says:

Little Women is an AMAZING book! I hope you love it whenever you get to it.

Just Julissia says:

In the background there was a book called everything everything is that the book version of the movie because there’s a movie called everything everything and it’s such a good movie y’all need to see it

StarGazer2784 says:

Black Beauty was well written but a horrible read! I was absolutely bawling and was not a fan of humanity by the end.

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Catherine T. says:

I think you might enjoy < < A series of unfortunate events >> by Lemony Snicket

Originality says:

Can you do a classics video for boys?

cody rummel says:

Don’t worry about being PC, you’re smarter than that. Love the video

Misty Shadowolf says:

Omg did anyone else see the warrior books by her Elsa statue?!?!

just trash says:

My top books/series for around middle school ages (you should read them even if you’re not in middle school):
-The Penderwicks series by Jeanne Birdsall. These books are amazing and you get to know the characters really well.
-The Mysterious Benedict Society series by Trenton Lee Stewert. I don’t care how old you are, read this.
-The Wildwood trilogy. I forget who it’s by but it’s fairly easy to find.
-Counting By Sevens by Holly Goldberg Sloan. This book touched my alot and it was my introduction to more emotional stories. It’s amazing.
-Dreamer Wisher Liar. I don’t remember who it’s by, but you can probably find it by googling it. This one is more for Elementary school but I think it’s really good regardless.
-Coraline by Neil Gamon. This one isn’t really age specific and it’s a little creepy, but it’s one of my all time favorite books
Inkheart trilogy. Again, idk the author but itd be easy to find. These books are AMAZING.

LS Pellican says:

Mm. I think special needs might be better? At my elementary school the teachers got so angry when we said disabled. But it didn’t bother me. Great video!

livinginlibraries says:

Love this video! And I am so envious of your beautiful editions! I really need to start reading more children’s classics. And I definitely consider Harry Potter a classic! 😉

Laramoree says:

By saying ‘a person with a disability’ you will most certainly not offend anyone.
I think that by saying person first, you would be putting the focus on the person and not the disability. In your case, regarding the boy in the novel, your focus is on the boy and not the disability. The disability is just something you add to the description of the boy, so that people who have read the novel know who you’re talking about. So, you did probably not offend anyone, but in your case I would have said ‘a boy with a disability’.

Chantel Thennes says:

Honestly disabled is fine. I’m chantel and I’m disabled. Some people are sensitive about it but I think it’s fine. It’s all about how it’s used, like anything. If you’re using something to insult someone then obviously it’s wrong. But to just describe someone as disabled is absolutely fine 🙂

evil cat says:

geronimo stilton

Angela Peterlin says:

Susan Moody wrote a sequel to The Secret Garden called Misslewaite. It’s really good. There’s also a sequel to Heidi called Heidi Grows Up but is really hard to find. Have you read Pollyanna and Pollyanna Grows Up. Really good reads

Time To DIY!!! says:

you should read where the mountain meets the moon by grace lin

Arctic9876 AJ says:

I am sooo excited! So, I was picking one book from one of you’re list! I picked Heidi Because it seems intresting.
I went to amazon and gonna buy it! Thanks so much for showing the book <3

Emariland says:

I LOVE HARRY POTTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Laura Schröder says:

My absolute favorite children classic (besides Harry Potter) is ‘das doppelte Lottchen’ by Erich Kästner. I think its called ‘Lottie and Lisa’ in english. Its such a great great story and so well written! you really should try that out

Laura Feerer says:

F.H.B. is my favorite author of all time. Great picks!

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