Classic Children’s Literature Recommendations

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Victoria Addis says:

Hooray for classic children’s books! It’s strange because for me, 5 children and It and The Phoenix and the Carpet are two E. Nesbit books that I’m most familiar with. There was a BBC series that aired when I was I child, and that got me in to the books (Granted, I had already read The Railway Children). Remembering it now, I swear The Phoenix and the Carpet was the best TV series ever…might have to see if I can track it down, though I don’t want to be disappointed watching it through grown up eyes!

The Adventuring Bookworm says:

Hahaha! I’ve read SO many of the “not mentioned” books!
Of the “mentioned books,” I’ve read Magic by the Lake, and I *think* Half Magic as well.
So many wonderful recommendations! I love classic children’s literature, and you mentioned a lot that I’ve never heard of. I’m looking forward to checking them out!

Shruthi Mudireddy says:

Kailey, you have the most beautiful voice! It’s the kind that immediately soothes everyone. And especially the kind that children like! I’m sure you make a great teacher!
And that you for your lovely recommendations!

Boston Book Bitty says:

UM YOUTUBE LISTED YOUR COMMENT AS SPAM AND I SOMEHOW MISSED THIS VIDEO IM SO SORRY. Thank you for giving me this shout out! I loved how you made a point to talk about lesser known books. The books by Edward Eager sound especially interesting.

Tina Inglima says:

Ellen Montgomery did write Anne

Mo's Reads says:

Apparently I’ve read the mentioned rather than not mentioned Nesbit books. I love the 5 children trilogy, which I read not knowing it was a trilogy and started with book three, but apparently reading them backwards wasn’t a problem.

My personal favorite is The Little Prince.

…and my tbr list just grew. Thanks for all your recommendations.

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