Recommended Reads: Children's Classics

Recommended Reads: Children's Classics


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  1. I really enjoyed your video because it's about some of the books that I enjoyed reading most. My favourite classics are anne of green gables and the little princess.i am really happy that you also enjoyed reading them.

  2. here are a few more recommendations: (not all are classics)

    The railway children – E.Nesbit
    Wonder – R J Palacio
    All around the world in 80 days – Jules Verne
    Journey to the centre of the earth – J Verne
    The Master and Margarita – Mikhail Bulgakov
    Goth Girl series – Chris Riddell (for 8 – 10 year olds, but very good)
    The wizard of oz (dk why it wasn't mentioned in the video)

  3. Here are some more classics for you. George Macdonald's books, The princess and the Goblin, At the back of the north wind, and books by Ethel Cook Eliot, The Wind boy, and House at the top of the trees

  4. I’m to lazy to look at the shelves or whatever,but I recommend Wonder,it is a great book,it can make you cry and laugh all together in the book. I love and 100% recommend it!😁

  5. Books I recommend:

    When you reach me
    The ocean at the end of the lane
    Tuck everlasting
    Half brother
    Code talker
    The giver
    To kill a mockingbird
    A series of unfortunate events(the full series)
    That was then, this is now

  6. 1. Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

    2. Heidi by Johanna Spyri

    3. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

    4. A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett

    5. The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

    6. Peter Pan by JM Barry

    7. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by JK Rowling

  7. I've just come across your channel and this post. What a great thing you are doing and your passion comes across so strong. Anything that builds enthusiasm for reading is wonderful ❤❤

  8. Hi I would just like to let all Anne of green gables fans know that Budge Wilson now wrote Before green gables. ( I highly recommend this book) it talks about her life with all the foster homes and then the orphanage

  9. I love the puffin in bloom editions! I love these classics so much too! I heard of Heidi and watched a film on it and always wanted to get it! Anne of green gables I have an audiobook of and I really want to get the book! I also have the little princess! Both of these I have in Polish too, so I wonder what it would be like in English 😀 I've read the little princess but it was so long ago, I didn't really understand it, even my dad didn't really understand half of the words 😂 But maybe it just has been translated strangely. I also didn't read it all, only up to page 93, but after the video I think I'll read it! I really want to get the secret garden too <3

  10. The Secret Garden: Omg I got that book in the 3D grade and I was to small to understand it and I had this really really small copy and I could barely read it because there were so many words on each page and they were like 280-ish pages and there were no pictures and I really didn’t like the book but I recently started reading it and I loved it so thanks for recommending it! 😊 💕 📚 📖

  11. The correct way to identify anyone with a disability is by using person first language as it doesn’t just define the person by their disability. As an occupational therapy student we are taught to never call people “disabled” as this is considered insensitive and rude. So instead of saying “disabled boy” it is better to say the boy with a disability. Not trying to sound rude. Just trying to be informative 🙂

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