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1sdbookhound
gen. 1, 2010, 6:33pm

Ok - I decided to go about this from first to last. After looking through the 0-3 list I have marked only six that I know for sure that I have read.
1. The Little Engine that Could
3. Make Way for Ducklings
4. The Runaway Bunny
7. Goodnight Moon
9. Bedtime for Frances
13. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

There may be others, but as it has been some time since I've dug into this age level of books my memory is not too cooperative. I'm going to see what else I can find.

Comments on the above:

Who can forget "I think I can, I think I can" from the Little Engine. I remember not only having this book at home but it being read to us in school many times.

Make Way for Ducklings - a Caldecott winner. I love McCloskey illustrations and have several of his books in my collection. I need to dig into more of my children's books and get them listed on this site. So many books, so little time!

Bedtime for Frances - I have wonderful memories of my grandmother reading this to me.

Hungry Caterpillar - love the illustrations in this one.

2BenjaminHahn
ag. 25, 2010, 12:34pm

sdbookhound - I'm of the same mind on this endeavor. I'm just going to go through this from start to finish. I picked up the little engine that could last night at the used book store. It was $3. I'm considering it an investment in my unborn children's future. Now the question is, do I count these 1-3 books as part of my 50 book challenge? I think of at least one US president who has.

3billiejean
des. 29, 2010, 2:46pm

I love the message from the Little Engine. I read that one to my kids many times!

#2> I always count every book that I read from beginning to end no matter what the length in my 75 book challenge. But different people count things different ways.
--BJ