50 Of The Best Kids' Books Published In The Last 25 Years | HuffPost LifeI could spend hours in bookstores and libraries, getting lost in the whimsical story lines and illustrations. Now that I am a mother of two young girls, I find particular joy in introducing them to my all-time favorite characters—Ferdinand, Ms. Frizzle, Amelia Bedelia—and in discovering new stories that are quickly becoming their classics. When my four-year-old think: a little Ramona Quimby had a rocky transition to preschool, one of the first tools I used to help her navigate the situation was a book— The Kissing Hand , by Audrey Penn. As a parent, I was reminded of the incredible value of books, as prescriptions for everyday problems. From a meditation on the importance of being quiet and still to a rhyming exploration of the diversity of life on Earth, my favorite books this year are ones with messages that help kids understand and interact in the world around them. The plot is simple.
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