First Book

New books for kids in need.

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  6. daysbeforedawn answered: No
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  9. looselipsanonymous answered: No way ….love you forever should be number 1…I love going to the robert munch website and listening to him read it…I cry every time
  10. brewinmaiden answered: yes, i do. i agree with the top 10 in fact.
  11. tomes-away answered: I’m a fan of the Little Critter and Little Monster series, as well as anything with Frog and Toad. Aw, childhood.
  12. todream92 answered: i dont agree i never read it. i think the top should be cat in the hat
  13. issaahavila answered: life of pi
  14. indianavenue answered: YES
  15. goodbyetoendlesssummer answered: hmm. Truthfully, The Giving Tree is still, and will always remain, my #1
  16. fluffymars answered: Are you my mama, llama?
  17. stardustandsnowdrops answered: Winnie the Pooh
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  20. parmelsandwich answered: Yes. I read the link and immediately thought of that book.
  21. kimgorenko answered: Where the Red Fern Grows, The Outsiders, The Witch, The Lion and the Wardrobe, Mufaro’s Daughters…
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  24. mscupcaketeacher answered: If you give a mouse a cookie
  25. forgetthenlive answered: no
  26. lifeintheonramp reblogged this from firstbook and added:
    I have such an unhealthy love for children’s literature. I’m pretty sure I’ve read at least 2/3 of this list
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  28. reckless-creatures answered: No, I think it should be a Dr.Seuss book. :)
  29. archivalia answered: NO!!!! Alice is #1 - forever
  30. fakeasmilemove-on answered: I think it should be The Cat In The Hat, it should definitely be something Dr.Seuss. I read a lot when I was younger and never read the #1
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  32. favourite66 answered: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry
  33. pubslush answered: PUBSLUSH love Goodnight Moon
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  35. ppld answered: I think Runaway Bunny and Curious George should be rated higher