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Whether you are young or old, Winnie the Pooh and his Hundred Acre Woods crew will always have a special place in your heart. With reminiscent light-hearted joy, these classic stories will keep you feeling young.

Children Make Terrible Pets by Peter Brown

Children Make Terrible Pets by Peter Brown

When the young bear Lucy finds a boy in the woods, she takes him home, names him Squeaky and keeps him as her pet. In this hilarious children’s book, Lucy will find out whether or not children really do make terrible pets.

A Splendid Friend, Indeed by Suzanne Bloom

This picture book about an odd friendship is the perfect pick for the youngest of readers. Bear loves to read, write and keep to himself while Goose is quite the chatterbox. A story about friendship and overcoming imperfections, A Splendid Friend, Indeed is a book you’ll want to give to any budding book lover.

Found by Salina Yoon

Bear has found a stuffed toy bunny in the forest and knows instantly that someone is missing him. Starting up a search for its rightful owner, Bear gets attached to the lost bunny and must decide what to do if the rightful owner claims his new pal.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

Four siblings will discover the door to an entirely new world in this literary classic by C.S. Lewis. Entering Narnia, the Pevensie children will be met with challenges, dangerous magic and new friendships – a book everyone should read in their lifetime.

The Egg Thief by Alane Adams

In this children’s book about America’s rural past, Georgie wakes up to discover that Buster, a stray dog, has stolen all the eggs from the henhouse. Buster will take Georgie on an adventure to find more eggs in this heartwarming tale.