Looking for a good read?

Think you know all the good books for kids? Sometimes you can fill in the spaces with lists like these from the Telegraph ("Britain’s No.1 quality newspaper website"). Don’t get too excited, though, it’s 100 books altogether, not 100 books in each list.

  • 100 books every child should read – Pt 1. The "early years". Think "Where the Wild Things Are" and "Cat in the Hat". Books for very little children.

  • 100 books every child should read – Pt 2
    . In the middle. "The Phantom Tollbooth" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" are in here. Good choices for kids who read pretty well but aren’t ready for more "grown-up" literature.
  • 100 books every child should read – Pt 3. They say "early teens" though some of these titles might be suitable for reading to younger kids or giving to precocious readers to read on their own. "To Kill a Mockingbird" is in here, but so is "Great Expectations", "Wuthering Heights" and Anne Frank’s "Diary of a Young Girl", as well as S. E. Hinton’s "The Outsiders".

Check them out for a set of children’s reading lists with a British accent!

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