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Books Favorite Picture Book as a Child?

Started by Palamon August 19th, 2019 11:44 AM
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Palamon

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Simply put, what was your favorite picture book as a child?
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Aslan

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar was the first book we ever got to read in Kindergarten and I still adore it. I also loved Where The Wild Things Are, The Gruffalo, any of the Dr Seuss books and There's a Hippopotamus on our Roof Eating Cake. I don't know if this is technically a picture book but I also remember being obsessed with the Geronimo Stilton series when I was very young. :D

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The Fairies by Suzanne Scalora. Just look at how beautiful the pictures are.



I also loved Shel Silveratein books like Where the Sidewalk Ends. I also have a special love for Fox by Margaret Wild, and A Child's Garden of Verses.

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I forgot the name of it because it was sooooo long ago, but in kindergarten, there was a book like chocolate moose something. I forgot everything about that book including the name of it, except it involved a moose to an extent. I don't think i'll go crazy looking for the title etc.

EDIT: I think there was a piano in it too. I think the plot was super random.
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