classic children's books

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How do we eliminate the bias against black skin which seems to be so inextricably linked to issues of discrimination that have a real impact on the progress of African-Americans? Economic investment, legal reform and improvements in education are certainly needed. But, I also believe that positive multicultural media is part of the solution.
A book that you love as a child will likely loom particularly large in your imagination throughout your life. You read it
Judith Viorst's Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day introduced us all to the "bad hair day," when
We are going through a period where such books are getting lost in the crowded corridors of our commercial enterprises. Despite this, such books will continue to be written by those who must tell these stories, and read by those who hunger to read them.
Saturday, February 11th featured a remarkable event, New York City's Symphony Space's A Wrinkle in Time 50th Anniversary Event. The place was packed with a lovely range of kids, parents, and adult admirers of the book.
After much thought and deliberation (and a fair bit of hair-pulling) I give you my top 10 classic children's books. Yes, just 10.