Friday, 14 March 2014

100 Books for Children that I think are great...





Following yesterday's post - here's a hundred books for children that I think are great:


Alice’s Adventuers in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass – Lewis Carroll
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Voyage of the Dawn Treader & The Magician’s Nephew – C S Lewis
Doctor Who and the Daleks – David Whitaker
Doctor Who and the Daemons – Barry Letts
Doctor Who and the Autons – Terrance Dicks
Doctor Who and the Dinosaur Invasion – Malcolm Hulke
Spock Must Die! & Star Trek 12 – James Blish
Worzel Gummidge – Barbara Euphan Todd
Danny Champion of the World, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory & James and the Giant Peach – Roald Dahl
The Guardians – John Christopher
Steps Back in Time – Eric Houghton
Carrie’s War – Nina Bawden
A Billion for Boris – Mary Rodgers
The Captain Hook Affair – Humphrey Carpenter
The Secret Garden – Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Starlight Barking – Dodie Smith
The Hobbit – J R R Tolkien
Splinter of the Mind’s Eye – Alan Dean Foster
Batttlestar Galactica – Glen A Larson
Queen of Sorcery – David Eddings
The Marvellous Land of Oz – L Frank Baum
The Wind in the Willows – Kenneth Grahame
Paddington at Large – Michael Bond
The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole – Sue Townsend
The Magic Faraway Tree & Five on Mystery Moor – Enid Blyton
The Borrowers – Mary Norton
Charlotte’s Web – E B White
The Dark is Rising – Susan Cooper
The Family From One End Street – Eve Garnett
The Mennyms – Sylvia Waugh
Skellig – David Almond
The Winter Sleepwalker – Joan Aiken
Trek to Madworld – Stephen Goldin
Tears of the Singers – Melinda Snodgrass
The Raging Quiet – Sherryl Jordan
The Illustrated Mum – Jacqueline Wilson
Coraline – Neil Gaiman
In the Tent – David Rees
Cry of the Wolf – Melvin Burgess
The Tears of the Salamander – Peter Dickinson
The Wombles – Elizabeth Berseford
A Wizard of Earthsea – Ursula Le Guin
The Adventures of Robin Hood – Roger Lancelyn Green
The Ghost of Thomas Kempe – Penelope Lively
Tom’s Midnight Garden – Philippa Pearce
Marvin’s Monster – Terrance Dicks
The Phoenix and the Carpet & Five Children and It – E Nesbit
Watership Down – Richard Adams
The Golden Goblet – E J McGraw
Little Women – Louisa May Alcott
Little Town on the Prairie – Laura Ingalls Wilder
Marianne Dreams – Catherine Storr
The Diary of a Young Girl – Anne Frank
Krindlekrax – Philip Ridley
Oskar and the Ice Pick – Judy Corbalis
Anne of Green Gables – L M Montgomery
On the Flip Side – Nicholas Fisk
A Stranger at Green Knowe – Lucy M Boston
Charlotte Sometimes – Penelope Farmer
The Growing Summer – Noel Streatfield
ET: The Book of the Green Planet – William Kotzwinkle
The Box of Delights – John Masefield
The Silver Sword – Ian Serailier
Flambards – K M Peyton
The Chronicle of Robin Hood – Rosemary Sutcliff
The Cricket in Times Square – George Selden
A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens
Kaspar Prince of Cats – Michael Morpurgo
The Glass Demon – Helen Grant
Mary Poppins Comes Back – P L Travers
Nicholas Again – Goscinny and Sempe
Jane and the Kenilwood Occurences – Frances Gapper
Elidor – Alan Garner
Miss Bianca – Margery Sharp
Goodnight Mr Tom – Michelle Magorian
The Diddakoi – Rumer Godden
My Family and Other Animals – Gerald Durrell
The Snow Spider – Jenny Nimmo
The Mouse and his Child – Russell Hoban
Artichoke Hearts – Sita Brachmachari
The Neverending Story & Momo – Michael Ende
Half Magic – Edward Eager
So You Want to be a Wizard – Diane Duane
The Daemon Parallel – Roy Gill
Come Back Lucy – Pamela Sykes
Black Maria – Diana Wynne Jones
Thomasina – Paul Gallico
Bridge to Terabithia – Katherine Paterson
The Midnight Fox – Betsy Byars
Fan Girl – Rainbow Rowell
The Fault in our Stars – John Green






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