Sunday, January 16, 2022

If I were a parent...

If I were a parent I would be tempted to buy this book (downloadable as a pdf for $6.00):
Do you want to help your children develop sharp minds, robust hearts, and a strong character? One of the best ways to do that is reading them good books. But how do you find good books? This list of more than 400 children's classics offers a place to start.

The updated, 26-page list focuses on classic picture books for children ages 3 to 7, expanded beyond the first edition to include a family read-aloud section that extends to older children and recommendations for early readers that aren't garbage. Some of the selections are out of print, but can still be obtained at a good library, through interlibrary loan, or online.

The list includes the following sections: For Parents, Faith, ABC, Art, Classics, Folk Tales, Myths, History, Humor, Math, Music and Rhyme, Poetry, Science, Early Readers, and Family Readalouds.

You will get a PDF (309KB) file
Joy Pullman, Classic Books For Young Children, Revised and Expanded

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