Scholastic releases its ‘100 Greatest Books for Kids’

Scholastic Parent & Child magazine came out with its “100 Greatest Books  for Kids.”

The new list features favorites from the past few generations, as well as a  few surprises along the way.

So, which book is claiming the top spot?

It belongs to the 1952 best-selling children’s novel  Charlotte’s  Web by  E.B. White.

Good Night Moon, by Margaret Wise Brown, took the number two  spot.

Madeleine  L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time, was third.  The Snowy Day, by Ezra Jack Keats came in fourth. Rounding out the top  five was Maurice Sendak’s  Where the Wild Things Are.

click here to find out what made the top 100

Here in the office we pick a different list. The gruffalo, Funny bones, Harry potter, Hairy Mcclairy, Sounder, shelty the shetland pony, beatrix potter, Enid blighton, Watership down, the little engine that could, Dr Seus the Bear’s picnic series, Alex ryder, Charlie Higson, Rohld Dahl, horrid historys, Alex Nye (for scary), cherub series, beast quest, winnie the witch,

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