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Read Any Good Books Lately?

Scholastic’s Parent and Child, The New York Public Library and Pragmaticmom.com have compiled lists of more than 100 books that they consider must-reads. We sifted through their choices and came up with our own top 10 books for children of all ages – and you can find most of them in your neighborhood or school library. Let us know if you agree. Here's one of our picks.

AGES 4 – 7

The Snowy Day

1996. 16 pp. ISBN: 978-0670867332. Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers (Puffin Picture Books)
Winner of the Caldecott Medal, The Snowy Day celebrates the magic and boundless possibilities of the very first snowfall. Young Peter can’t wait to jump into his snowsuit and explore for there are snowmen to build and snowballs to pack and snowbanks for carving a snow angel! A favorite of millions, The Snowy Day will continue to win new fans in this sturdy board book edition designed for the very youngest readers.

 

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