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10 Favorite Childrens Books

By Cyd Converse |

I’ve been a book junkie for as long as I can remember. My grandmother got me my first library card at the age of seven and I’ve been hoarding books ever since. Old college textbooks? Yes, I still lug them around with me every time I move. (Surely I’ll need to reference one of them at some point, right?) I’ve made a habit of gifting books to little ones since I first became an aunt to a beautiful niece a whopping 12 years ago. And I’m not going to lie – children’s books are a bit of a passion of mine. Here are 10 favorite children’s books, perfect for gifting or treasuring for years to come…

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Best Kids Books

Corduroy

Corduroy by Don Freeman is perhaps my all-time favorite childrens book. Bonus, it features an irresistibly cute teddy bear.
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Cyd Converse

Cyd Converse is a blogger, designer and stylist with a passion for parties and entertaining. She is the founder of The Sweetest Occasion, a blog where she shares inspiration for entertaining, DIY ideas, fashion finds, home decor and pretty party wares. Read bio and latest posts → Read Cyd's latest posts →

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  1. lisa says:

    I loved all The Berenstain Bears books and Morgan and Me by Stephen Cosgrove and Robin James.

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