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Recently, my sisters and I were reminiscing over our favorite bedtime stories, and it made me feel like a kid again. Since the weather in Pittsburgh has turned super chilly, and there are even rumors of an evening snowfall, I thought this might be the perfect day to snuggle up on the couch and revisit some of these tales of love and adventure. Enjoy!
What are some of your favorite bedtime stories? Leave a comment!
Goodnight Moon and Love You Forever are at the very top of my own list- good picks 🙂
A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett is also a fantastic story.
Oh I loved Harold and the purple crayon. It might have been because I couldn’t read till I was like 10, but still a wonderful story. I Love you Forever is also on my fav list.
the Little prince will always be my favorite book, I love it so much I got some of the illustrations tattooed
my brother and I always requested the hobbit and the lord of the rings trilogy, they might not seem like great bedtime stories, but we were kids raised on smashing pumpkins, we could handle it 🙂
We are definitely forgetting “Where the Wild Things Are”.
Who else is excited for the movie?
Shoot. I didn’t even see it on the list. I feel so silly.
Dear Mili! (http://tinyurl.com/dmarva)
now that I read it it’s totally creepy and all about death, but when I was a little kid I loved the story and the beautiful illustrations.
Where the Wild thing are and goodnight moon, but also, the little prince was great
I used to really love the Tale of Peter Rabbit. I always wanted a bunny named Flopsy or Mopsy!
I loved the Velveteen Rabbit and Corduroy Bear! Just thinking of them makes me wish I was a kid again.
I was raised on The Chronicles of Narnia, so that’s definitely the top of my list.
Then there’s any of Beatrix Potter’s stuff (although I always liked the Tale of Jeremy Fisher the frog better than Peter Rabbit), and, of course, Winnie the Pooh!!
Haha…bet you can’t guess where I grew up ;]
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is another one the I remember fondly…
I loved ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’. Also ‘Guess How Much I Love You’, very cute story of two Bunnies, beautiful pictures too. For a bit of Australiana; ‘Where the Forest meets the Sea’. Amazing pictures! http://www.amazon.com/Where-Forest-Meets-Jeannie-Baker/dp/0688063632. And anything my Graeme Base. Check his books out, they’re beautiful!
Anything by Enid Blyton, especially from the Magic Farway Tree & Wishing-Chair series.
The hungry caterpillar! and Paddington bear
This is a really great top ten list, Peter Pan is one of my very favorite stories and I thought that Goodnight Moon was another classic pick. I also love Where The Wild Things Are, one of the best collection of illustrations in a childrens book. You can post this to our site http://www.toptentopten.com/ and then link back to your site. We are looking for top ten lists and our users can track back to your site. The coolest feature is you can let other people vote on the rankings of your list.
Aw! I remember “Goodnight Moon,” that book was awesome! :p
I had the Beatrix Potter collection which was always awesome. Also The Little Prince is a classic, my sister read it to me when I was five. What fond memories!
My friend and I were just talking about kids books this week! ‘Harold and the Purple Crayon’ was one of the top ones on our list, too. My friend had a blue crayon that he carried around with him all the time, and I’m positive that’s what started my creative process as a child.
One of my other favorites books was ‘In the Night Kitchen’ by Maurice Sendak, the one who did ‘Where the Wild Things Are.’. -^ ^-
The Little Prince and Peter Pan are my all-time favorites. I really like The Last Unicorn and The Hobbit, too.
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