The Best Little Golden Books for Kids
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Raise your hand if you grew up reading Little Golden Books!
Who didn’t, right? These precious books are still going strong, and generations of kids are growing up with both classic titles and new things like Marvel and Star Wars being published in Little Golden Books.
It was really tough to choose my favorites, because there are so many wonderful titles available. The list below are my top choices, but as you’ll see, it is a long list, and one book leads to another, and another, and another. These are all worth spending time with and sharing with the kids in your life.
What are your favorites? What was your childhood favorite? Please share!
Our favorite Little Golden Books for kids
- ELOISE WILKIN STORIE
- 75 Years of Little Golden Books: 1942-2017: A Commemorative Set of 12 Best-Loved Books
- Disney Classics Little Golden Book Library (Disney Classic)
- The Sailor Dog (A Little Golden Book)
- A Day at the Seashore (Little Golden Book)
- Wonders of Nature (Little Golden Book)
- The Happy Man and His Dump Truck (Little Golden Book)
- The Fire Engine Book (Little Golden Book)
- The Fuzzy Duckling (Little Golden Book)
- Home for a Bunny (Little Golden Book)
- Richard Scarry’s The Gingerbread Man (Little Golden Book)
- The Little Red Hen (Little Golden Book)
- Old MacDonald Had a Farm (Little Golden Book)
- The Three Bears
- The Monster at the End of This Book
- The Color Kittens (A Little Golden Book)
- Prayers for Children (Little Golden Book)
- My Little Golden Book About God
- BABY FARM ANIMALS – A LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK
- The Please and Thank You Book (Little Golden Book)
- Tawny Scrawny Lion (Little Golden Book)
- The Saggy Baggy Elephant (Little Golden Book)
- Scuffy the Tugboat and His Adventures Down the River
- The Shy Little Kitten (Little Golden Books)
- The Poky Little Puppy (A Little Golden Book Classic)
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