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Response to 38 Perfect Books To Read Aloud With Kids:
>”The Underneath” is fantastic! It weaves together the tales of an immortal snake, some kittens andadog,aNative American family, andahorrible villan named Gar Face, all taking place in an old bayou. You can practically smell the moss.
>Anything by Kate DiCamillo: including “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane” (a rabbit doll that journeys throughout the lives of people…teaches kids about appreciating love.
>I LOVED the Ramona series (try to find the book on tape/cd version because Beverly Cleary herself reads it and it is amazing). I’m in college and Ramona is still my hero.
>Inkheart…people getting sucked into books’ stories.
>”ImagineaNight”…a picture book where ordinary scenes become fantastical.
>Anything by Marguerite Henry (Especially “King of the Wind”, “Brighty of the Grand Canyon”, “Born to Trot”, and “Misty of Chincoteague”). For the horse-lover and just lover of beautiful imagery withadash of historical fiction.
>A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle: science fiction teaching kids to value family and the power of love over hatred.