1001 Children's Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up

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AGE 0-3

Bedtime for Frances

AUTHOR: Russell Hoban
Frances finds it difficult to go to sleep with the strange noises and menacing shapes that seem to fill her room after dark. For preschool-grade 2. 1960.

  • DB 55972 - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 12 minutes.


AUTHOR: David McKee
Elmer is not gray like all the other elephants in his herd. Elmer is a patchwork of beautiful, brilliant colors, and he hates it! He hates it because the other elephants laugh and tease him day after day. When Elmer devises a way to look like all the other elephants, he and they learn to appreciate individual differences. For preschool-grade 2. 1989.

Goodnight Moon

AUTHOR: Margaret Wise Brown
A little bunny already tucked into his bed says goodnight to the familiar things in his room as the light dims gently until all is dark. For grades K-3. 1947.

  • DB 24603 - Read by Kay Bergen. Reading time 2 minutes.
  • BR 13012 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • BR 20050 - (SPANISH) PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • See also Baby's First Library/La Primera Biblioteca del Bebé (SPANISH) DB 74988

Lavender's Blue

AUTHOR: Kathleen Lines
A distinctive collection of traditional nursery rhymes from England. For adults to share with children from preschool-grade 2. 1954.

  • RC 22661 - Read by Phyllis Dorflinger.

The Little Engine That Could

AUTHOR: Watty Piper
When a train carrying good things for children breaks down, only the little engine offers to help, and everyone wonders if she can pull the train over the mountain. For preschool-grade 2. 1930.

  • DB 32652 - Read by Barbara Rappaport. Reading time: 5 minutes.
  • BR 02259 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • BR 12016 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

Make Way For Ducklings

AUTHOR: Robert McCloskey
Five helpful Boston policemen stop busy city traffic so that Mrs. Mallard can move her family of eight ducklings from their island in the Charles River to their new home in the Public Garden. For grades K-3. Caldecott Medal 1942. 1941.

  • DB 42913 - Read by John Horton. Reading time: 8 minutes.
  • BR 16447 - 1 volume.
  • BR 01739 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • BR 10039 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

Owl Babies

AUTHOR: Martin Waddell
Three baby owls wake in the night to find their Mommy GONE! Will she come back soon? For preschool-grade 2. 1992.

The Runaway Bunny

AUTHOR: Margaret Wise Brown
A little rabbit who wants to run away tells his mother how he will escape, but she is always right behind him. For preschool-grade 2. 1942.

  • DB 31481 - Read by Kerry Cundiff. Reading time: 4 minutes.
  • See also Baby's First Library/La Primera Biblioteca del Bebé DB 74988

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

AUTHOR: Eric Carle
A hungry caterpillar eats holes through plums, cheese, sausage, and other food and gets a stomach ache. Then something wonderful happens to the fat caterpillar. For grades K-3. 1969.

  • DB 24609 - Read by Edward C. Stern. Reading time: 4 minutes.
  • BR 12015 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • BR 06130 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

We're Going on a Bear Hunt

AUTHOR: Michael Rosen
Delightful retelling of an action-packed chant that tells the story of a brave young family who set out to hunt a bear. They go through long grass–“swishy swashy!” And through a river–“splash splosh!” Through the mud–“squelch squerch!” And through the forest–“stumble trip!” Through a snowstorm–“hoooo woooo!” And into a long, narrow, gloomy cave. For preschool-grade 2. 1989.

  • DB 34744 - Read by Jon Beryl. Reading time: 4 minutes.


  • Alvin Says Good Night (1996) by Ulf Lofgren
  • The Baby's Catalogue (1982) by Allan Ahlberg
  • Bathwater's Hot (1985) by Shirley Hughes
  • The Bear Went Over the Mountain (1999) by John Prater
  • Bunny Bath (1990) by Lena Anderson
  • Dear Zoo (1982) by Rod Campbell
  • Each Peach Pear Plum (1978) by Allan Ahlberg
  • The Elephant and the Bad Baby (1969) by Elfrida Vipont
  • Fly, Little Bird (1977) by Francesco Tullio Altan
  • Good Dog, Carl (1985) by Alexandra Day
  • Good Night, Alfie Atkins (1972) by Gunilla Bergstrom
  • Handa's Surprise (1994) by Eileen Browne
  • Humphrey's Corner (1999) by Sally Hunter
  • Julian the Rabbit (2001) by Nicoletta Costa
  • Kipper (1991) by Mick Inkpen
  • Little Brown Bear (1975) by Claude Lebrun
  • Little Spook's Baby Sister (1977) by Inger Sandberg
  • Maisy Goes to Playschool (1992) by Lucy Cousins
  • Meg and Mog (1972) by Helen Nicoll
  • Miffy (1963) by Dick Bruna
  • Mr. Grumpy's Outing (1970) by John Burningham
  • Pat the Bunny (1940) by Dorothy Kunhardt
  • Rosie's Walk (1968) by Pat Hutchins
  • Thomas the Tank Engine (1946) by Rev. W. Awdry
  • Three Railway Engines (1945) by Rev. W. Awdry
  • Tickle, Tickle (1987) by Helen Oxenbury
  • Where's Spot? (1980) by Eric Hill

AGE 3+

Alfie Gets in First

AUTHOR: Shirley Hughes
Alfie accidentally locks his mother and baby sister, Annie Rose, out of the house, and he can't reach the latch to let them in. Soon the whole neighborhood is involved in getting the door open. For grades 2-4. 1981.

Amazing Grace

AUTHOR: Caroline Binch
Grace is a child who loves stories. And she loves to act them out. When her teacher announces that the class will do the play Peter Pan, Grace knows just what part she wants. Raj tells her she can't be Peter Pan because she's a girl. Natalie tells her she can't be Peter Pan because she's black. But Grace discovers that she can be anything that she sets her mind to be. For grades K-3 and older readers. 1991.

Angelina Ballerina

AUTHOR: Katharine Holabird
Angelina, her cousin Henry, and the rest of the Mouseling family share Christmas cheer with a lonely, retired postman. For grades K-2. 1983.

  • DB 23630 - Read by Sylvia Grandmaison. Reading time: 6 minutes.
  • BR 06435 - 1 volume.

A Bear Called Paddington

AUTHOR: Michael Bond
On a London railway platform a family finds Paddington, a Peruvian bear with a “Please look after this bear” sign around his neck, so they adopt him immediately and discover more excitement than they can handle. For grades 3-6. 1958.

  • DB 26425 - Read by Burt Blackwell. Reading time: 2 hours, 34 minutes.

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

AUTHOR: Bill Martin, Jr.
A brown bear sees a red bird. What does the red bird see? Each animal sees another colorful animal until a goldfish sees a teacher, the teacher sees her class, and the class sees each one of the animals again. For preschool-grade 2. 1967.

The Cat in the Hat

AUTHOR: Dr. Seuss
A story in rhyme tells about two bored children sitting at home on a rainy day while their mother is out. Then the Cat in the Hat arrives on their door mat to show them good fun with his tricks and games. For grades K-3. For grades K-3. 1957.

Clifford, the Big Red Dog

AUTHOR: Norman Bridwell
Emily Elizabeth has a big red dog - the biggest, reddest dog on her street - and his name is Clifford. Clifford is so big that when he runs after cars, he catches them in his mouth, and his doghouse is bigger than Emily Elizabeth's house. For preschool-grade 2. 1963.


AUTHOR: Don Freeman
A toy bear in a department store wants a number of things, but when a little girl finally buys him, he finds what he has wanted most of all. For grades K-3. 1968.

  • DB 41225 - Read by Madelyn Buzzard. Reading time: 6 minutes.
  • BR 19005 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • DB 58583 - Corduroy & Company: A Don Freeman Treasury - Read by Erik Synnestvedt. Reading time: 1 hour, 45 minutes.

Curious George

AUTHOR: Margret Rey
Curious George, a very curious little monkey, has such difficulty adjusting to city life that he keeps himself and his owner in one scrape after another. For preschool-grade 2. 1941.

  • RC 28932 - Read by Ray Hagen.
  • RC 52885 - (SPANISH) Jorge el Curioso - Read by Maria Pino.
  • DB 47946 - The Complete Adventures of Curious George - Read by Erik Sandvold. Reading time: 1 hour, 46 minutes.
  • BR 12910 - The Complete Adventures of Curious George - 1 volume.


AUTHOR: Kay Thompson
Six-year-old Eloise describes her escapades at the Plaza Hotel in New York where she lives with her nurse Nanny, her dog Weenie, and her turtle Skipperdee. For grades 2-4 and older readers. 1955.

  • RC 49221 - Paired with Eloise in Paris - Read by Laura Giannarelli.

Freight Train

AUTHOR: Donald Crews
A train of many colorful cars - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and black - starts slowly, then moves in a rainbow blur across the countryside. Bilingual book in English and Spanish. For preschool-grade 2. Caldecott Honor. 1978.

  • BR 17043 - (ENGLISH and SPANISH) PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

Green Eggs and Ham

AUTHOR: Dr. Seuss
In this rhyming story, Sam-I-am follows his companion everywhere, begging him to taste a dish of green eggs and ham. For preschool-grade 2. 1960.

  • DB 34056 - Read by John Horton. Reading time: 5 minutes.
  • DB 72997 - (SPANISH) Huevos Verdes con Jamón Read by Maria Fernanda Lloreda. Reading time: 7 minutes.
  • BR 13450 - 1 volume.
  • BR 16721 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • BR 08956 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

Guess How Much I Love You

AUTHOR: Sam McBratney
Little Nutbrown Hare wants to tell Big Nutbrown Hare how much he loves him. When Little Nutbrown Hare says he loves his dad as far as his arms will stretch, Big Nutbrown Hare says the same thing, but his arms are much longer. How can Little Nutbrown Hare show he loves his dad more? For grades K-3. 1994.

Harry, the Dirty Dog

AUTHOR: Gene Zion
Harry buries his scrubbing brush and spends a glorious day getting dirty before he finally realizes that soap has its uses, after all. For preschool-grade 2. 1956.

  • DB 44939 - Read by Jack Fox. Reading time: 3 minutes.
  • BR 14034 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • BR 03390 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

In the Night Kitchen

AUTHOR: Maurice Sendak
Mickey's dream tumbles him into the night kitchen, where three singing bakers mistake him for milk. Mickey sets them straight and flies to the Milky Way in an airplane made of dough to find milk for the bakers. 1970.

Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale

AUTHOR: Mo Willems
A trip to the laundromat becomes a momentous occasion when Trixie, too young to speak words, realizes that her favorite stuffed animal is missing and struggles to explain the problem to her father. For preschool-grade 2. Caldecott Honor Book. 2004.

The Little House

AUTHOR: Virginia Lee Burton
The story of a pretty little house built for a family by a man who never wanted it to be sold. The seasons and the years pass, and gradually a city surrounds the little house until it is rescued in a wonderful way. For grades K-3. Caldecott Medal. 1942.

  • DB 50547 - Read by Kimberly Schraf. Reading time: 10 minutes.
  • BR 13455 - 1 volume.
  • BR 05903 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray

AUTHOR: Hildegarde H. Swift
After the beacon atop the George Washington Bridge is installed, the little lighthouse fears he will no longer be useful, until an emergency arises. For grades K-3. 1942.

Little Toot

AUTHOR: Hardie Gramatky
Although Little Toot comes from a famous family of hard-working tugboats, he himself hates work and is scared of the ocean. One day Little Toot happens into an ocean storm with a stranded ocean liner and surprises everyone. For grades K-3. 1939.

  • DB 40469 - Read by Andy Chappell. Reading time: 11 minutes.

Love You Forever

AUTHOR: Robert Munsch
A young woman holds her newborn son and looks at him lovingly. Softly she sings to him. This is a story of how that little boy goes through the stages of childhood and becomes a man. It is also about the enduring nature of parents' love and how it crosses generations. A book for children and adults to enjoy. 1986.

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

AUTHOR: Bernard Waber
Lyle the crocodile is very happy living with the Primm family on East Eighty-eighth Street. But Mr. Grumps and his cat, Loretta, are very unhappy with Lyle's presence. Mr. Grumps even has Lyle put in the zoo! But there will soon come a day when Mr. Grumps and Loretta cannot thank Lyle enough. For preschool-grade 2. 1965.


AUTHOR: Ludwig Bemelmans
Mischievous Madeline, the nonconformist in a Paris convent school, makes an adventure out of having appendicitis. For preschool to grade 2. 1939.

  • BR 03644 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • RC 54416 - Mad About Madeline: The Complete Tales - Read by Laura Giannarelli.
  • BR 13202 - Mad About Madeline: The Complete Tales - 1 volume.


AUTHOR: Bob Graham
Born into a family of superheroes, Max is a late bloomer when it comes to flying. But when a baby bird falls from a nest, Max flies to its rescue without even thinking about it. For preschool-grade 2. 2000.

Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel

AUTHOR: Virginia Lee Burton
Mike Mulligan remains loyal to his steam shovel, Mary Anne, against the threat of the new gas and diesel-engine contraptions and digs his way to a surprising and happy ending. For grades K-3. 1939.

  • DB 25281 - Read by Robert O'Keefe. Reading time: 10 minutes.
  • BR 13645 - 1 volume.

Mousehole Cat

AUTHOR: Antonia Barber
Mowzer the cat tells the tale of how she and her human, an old fisherman named Tom, save Mousehole, their tiny Cornish fishing village, from starvation at Christmas time. For preschool-grade 2. 1990.

  • RC 35244 - Read by Jennifer Mendenhall.

Old Bear

AUTHOR: Jane Hissey
Bramwell Brown, Duck, Rabbit, and Little Bear - stuffed toy animals - set out to rescue their friend, Old Bear, placed in the attic years ago and since forgotten. For preschool-grade 2. 1986.


AUTHOR: Ian Falconer
Olivia, a preschooler pig, lives with her mother, father, and younger brother Ian (who is always copying her). Olivia is good at lots of things–dressing up, singing songs, building sand castles, dancing, and painting on walls. And she is very good at wearing people out. For preschool-grade 2. Caldecott Honor. 2000.

One Snowy Night

AUTHOR: Nick Butterworth
Percy the park keeper lives in a little hut in the center of the park. Every day he shares his lunch with the animals, who all know about his hut. One cold snowy night the animals come, one by one, to share the warmth of Percy's bed. Soon the bed is so crowded that everyone is tied in a knot and poor Percy is squashed. But the problem is surprisingly solved by the appearance of a special, final guest. For preschool-grade 2. 1989.

Owl Moon

AUTHOR: Jane Yolen
On a cold winter's night, under a bright full moon, a young girl and her father trek into the woods to see the Great Horned Owl. For preschool-grade 2. Caldecott Medal. 1987.

  • DB 42932 - Read by Mary Kane. Reading time: 8 minutes.
  • BR 07903 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.

Ox-Cart Man

AUTHOR: Donald Hall
A lyrical journey through the days and weeks, the months, and the changing seasons in the life of one nineteenth-century New Englander and his family. For grades K-3. 1980.

  • RC 21584 - Read by David Palmer.
  • BR 05914 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • DB 64104 - White Apples and the Taste of Stone: Selected Poems, 1946-2006 - Read by Gregory Gorton. Reading time: 6 hours, 33 minutes.

The Sea-Thing Child

AUTHOR: Russell Hoban
A delicate fantasy about the sea-thing child, born to dive deep, fly high, and wander far. But a howling storm uproots him and flings him on the beach in a terrified little heap until other sea creatures help him triumph over his fears. For grades 4-7 as well as older readers. 1972.

The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant

AUTHOR: Jean De Brunhoff
Babar, a young elephant, leaves the jungle to live in Paris. When he returns home he is proclaimed king of the elephants. For Preschool-grade 2. 1931.

  • RC 11365 - Read by John Richardson.
  • BR 03385 - 1 volume.
  • DB 51368 - Bonjour, Babar! The Six Unabridged Classics by the Creator of Babar

The Story of Ferdinand

AUTHOR: Munro Leaf
Ferdinand, a bull who prefers to sit and smell the flowers, is mistakenly thought to be the most ferocious bull in Spain. He is carted off to the arena for a bullfight, but a surprise awaits the spectators. For grades K-3. 1936.

  • DB 25500 - Read by J. P. Linton. Reading time: 6 minutes.
  • BR 16631 - 1 volume.

The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck

AUTHOR: Beatrix Potter
Jemima the duck is a simpleton, and in trying to establish her nest in a secluded place, she very nearly falls victim to a foxy gentleman. For preschool-grade 2. 1908.

  • RC 25766 - Read by Betty Williams.
  • DB 48836 - The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 5 hours, 25 minutes.
  • BR 16551 - The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter - 2 volumes.

The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher

AUTHOR: Beatrix Potter
Mr. Jeremy Fisher, a frog, encounters some problems when he goes fishing. For Preschool-grade 2. 1906.

  • RC 13917 - Read by Patricia Beaudry.
  • DB 48836 - The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 5 hours, 25 minutes.
  • BR 16551 - The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter - 2 volumes.

The Tale of Peter Rabbit

AUTHOR: Beatrix Potter
All about the famous rabbit family: Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail, and especially Peter, who disobeys Mother Rabbit's order to stay out of Mr. McGregor's garden. For Preschool-grade 2. 1902.

  • RC 13917 - Read by Patricia Beaudry.
  • BR 05087 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • DB 48836 - The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 5 hours, 25 minutes.
  • BR 16551 - The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter - 2 volumes.

Where the Wild Things Are

AUTHOR: Maurice Sendak
After being sent to bed without supper for misbehaving, Max puts on his wolf suit and sails away 'through night and day and in and out of weeks and almost over a year' to where the wild things are. An imaginative fantasy for grades K-3. Caldecott Medal 1964. 1963.

  • DB 22906 - Read by Michael McCullough. Reading time: 4 minutes.
  • BR 16352 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.
  • BR 05919 - PRINT/BRAILLE - 1 volume.


AUTHOR: A.A. Milne
Winnie-the-Pooh is a lovable little bear who is always getting himself into trouble. On a visit to Rabbit, greedy Pooh eats so much that he gets stuck in Rabbit's hole and has to stay there a week until he gets thin again! For grades 2-4. 1926.

  • DB 48132 - The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh - Read by Jack Fox. Reading time: 2 hours, 49 minutes.
  • BR 16417 - The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh - 2 volumes.
  • DB 56966 - (SPANISH) Winny de Puh
  • RC 13967 - The World of Pooh: The Complete Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner - Read by Yvonne Fair Tessler.
  • BR 07883 - The World of Pooh: The Complete Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner


  • Avocado Baby (1982) by John Burningham
  • Bad Habits! (1998) by Babette Cole
  • Barbapapa (1970) by Annette Tison & Talus Taylor
  • The Berenstain Bears (1962) by Stan & Jan Berenstain
  • Blinky Bill (1933) by Dorothy Wall
  • Burglar Bill (1977) by Allan Ahlberg
  • Can't You Sleep, Little Bear? (1988) by Martin Waddell
  • The Children of the Forest (1910) by Elsa Beskow
  • The Church Mouse (1972) by Graham Oakley
  • Clever Bill (1926) by William Nicholson
  • Clown (1995) by Quentin Blake
  • The Cow Who Fell in the Canal (1957) by Phyllis Krasilovsky
  • Crispin: The Pig Who Had It All (2000) by Ted Dewan
  • Crocodile Beat (1988) by Gail Jorgensen
  • Dogger (1977) by Shirley Hughes
  • Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! (2003) by Mo Willems
  • Dusty Wants to Help (1983) by Inger Sandberg
  • Ernest and Celestine (Have Lost Simon) (1981) by Gabrielle Vincent
  • Father Christmas (1973) by Raymond Briggs
  • Felix and Alexander (1985) by Terry Denton
  • Fire-Engine Lil (1989) by Janet McLean
  • Frog in Winter (1992) by Max Velthuijs
  • Garden of Little Creatures (1994) by Antoon Krings
  • Go, Dog, Go (1961) by P.D. Eastman
  • Gorilla (1983) by Anthony Browne
  • The Gruffalo (1999) by Julia Donaldson
  • Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy (1983) by Lynley Dodd
  • Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs (1999) by Ian Whybrow
  • Is That a Monster, Alfie Atkins? (1978) by Gunilla Bergstrom
  • Ivor the Engine (1962) by Oliver Postgate
  • Jamela's Dress (1999) by Niki Daly
  • The Jolly Aunt (1891) by Lothar Meggendorfer
  • Leo and Popi (1980) by Marie-Agnes Gaudrat
  • Little Blue and Little Yellow (1959) by Leo Lionni
  • Little I Am I (1972) by Mira Lobe
  • Lost and Found (2005) by Oliver Jeffers
  • Lotta's Bike (1971) by Astrid Lindgren
  • Madlenka (2000) by Peter Sis
  • The Magic Pocket (1998) by Michio Mado
  • Marc Just Couldn't Sleep (2001) by Gabriela Keselman
  • Marigold Garden (1885) by Kate Greenaway
  • Martine (1954) by Gilbert Delahaye
  • Mister Magnolia (1980) by Quentin Blake
  • Molly Goes Shopping (1998) by Eva Ericksson
  • Moomin, Mymble and Little My (1952) by Tove Jansson
  • Morris's Disappearing Bag (A Christmas Story) (1975) by Rosemary Wells
  • Mother Goose (1881) by Kate Greenaway
  • Mr. Archimedes' Bath (1980) by Pamela Allen
  • Mr. Tickle (1971) by Roger Hargreaves
  • My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes (1973) by Eve Sutton
  • My Naughty Little Sister (1952) by Dorothy Edwards
  • Okilele (1993) by Claude Ponti
  • One Woolly Wombat (1982) by Rod Trinca
  • Orlando (1938) by Kathleen Hale
  • Pancakes for Findus (1985) by Sven Nordqvist
  • Peace at Last (1980) by Jill Murphy
  • Peter in Blueberry Land (1901) by Elsa Beskow
  • Poems for the Very Young (1993) by Michael Rosen
  • Possum Magic (1983) by Mem Fox
  • Postman Pat's Treasure Hunt (1981) by John A. Cunliffe
  • Pumpkin Soup (1998) by Helen Cooper
  • The Quangle Wangle's Hat (1876) by Edward Lear - Might be found in The Complete Nonsense of Edward Lear (DB 19669) or The Complete Verse and Other Nonsense (DB 61260)
  • Rosa Goes to Daycare (1999) by Barbro Lindgren
  • Runaway Train (1995) by Benedict Blathwayt
  • Sleep Well, Little Bear (1993) by Quint Buchholz
  • Slinky Malinki (1991) by Lynley Dodd
  • The Snowman (1978) by Raymond Briggs
  • Stina (1988) by Lena Anderson
  • The Story About Ping (1933) by Marjorie Flack
  • The Story of the Little Mole (1994) by Werner Holzwarth
  • The Story of the Root Children (1906) by Sibylle von Olfers
  • Tatu and Patu in Helsinki (2003) by Aino Havukainen & Sami Toivonen
  • T'choupi (1992) by Thierry Courtin
  • This Is the Bear (1986) by Sarah Hayes
  • Unknown or Forgotten Princesses (2004) by Philippe Lechermeier
  • Up in the Tree (1978) by Margaret Atwood
  • Uppo the Bear (1977) by Elina Karjalainen
  • We Are the Triplets (1983) by Roser Capdevila
  • What Do People Do All Day? (1968) by Richard Scarry
  • What Does the Mouse Think on Thursday? (1967) by Josef Guggenmos
  • Where's My Teddy? (1992) by Jez Alborough
  • Who's Seen the Scissors? (1975) by Fernando Krahn
  • The Widemouthed Frog (2001) by Francine Vidal
  • Window (1991) by Jeannie Baker
  • Winnie the Witch (1987) by Valerie Thomas
  • The Wonderful Tree (1969) by Ulf Lofgren

AGE 5+








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