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Madeline L'Engle's A Wrinkle In Time series was my favorite.
Laura Ingalls Wilder was also.
I read both series to my own children and they have the books for their children when they are a little older.
A.A. Milne - the writer of the Winnie the Pooh stories. Not to be confused with what Disney did to Winnie the Pooh when they bought the rights to the character.
prttymf8 wrote:Shel Silverstein
Agreed! The Giving Tree always brings a tear to my eye.
thebull55 wrote:Dr. Suess!!
What about Piers Anthony's 'Xanth' or Terry Pratchett's 'Discworld' series?
A.A. Milne and JRR Tolkien for the older kids
jnelson203 wrote:Two for A.A. Milne
Make that 3!
Geniekid wrote:Ayn Rand made me lol. Congratulations pool writer, you've done it again.
Neil Gaiman. "Coraline" is brilliant.
P. L. Travers!
Agree...WHY on EARTH did you omit Dr. Suess??? Seriously!?!?!?