s Children's Books: Best Children's Literature of the 20th CenturyI found a lot of s books to choose from so I picks books from different genres and threw in some British, and even a Swedish classic. These s classics also make great read alouds. Of course there are many classics published in the s that I could have put on the list but I hope you will find some new-to-you books! Note: book covers and titles are affiliate links. It takes an ultra talented author like Joan Aiken to turn what could easily be a predictable, Gothic plot into an exciting, suspenseful tale. Two cousins persevere against all odds when they are thrown under the protection of rather sinister guardian with the Dickensian name of Mrs. A Wizard of Earthsea.
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12 Books You'll Remember If You Were a Child in the 1950s
In the s, the most popular children's literature introduced children to delightful new characters, historical events, and many stories that would come to stand the test of time. That doesn't mean that they left out the culture of the 60s entirely. From the illustrations to the radicalness of some of the subjects they tackled, as well as the carefree attitude of the hippies, many of the best books of the s managed to invoke elements of the era while still introducing timeless themes. Some of the best picture books of the s will be familiar to young kids today. Many of these books have been bestsellers for decades and were written by popular children's authors such as Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein, Eric Carle, and even Dr. Frederick by Leo Lionni introduces kids to an adorable mouse who spends his time daydreaming while the other mice spend time gathering food for the winter.
A Dozen Classic Books for Children of the 1960s
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Remember The Sooty Show? What about Crackerjack? And hula hoops? With the economy finally recovering, rock and roll in everybody's ears and appliances in everybody's home, things were looking up in the s. It was a good time to be a kid. And of course, a key part of every childhood is the books we read.