Most Read This Week In Childrens

Children's literature is for readers and listeners up to about age 12. It is often illustrated. The term is used in senses that sometimes exclude young-adult fiction, comic books, or other genres. Books specifically for children existed at least several hundred years ago.

Most Read This Week Tagged "Childrens"

Diper Överlöde (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, #17)
Spy School Project X
Big Shot (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #16)
The Journey: Big Panda and Tiny Dragon
My Husband's Daughter
Big Nate: The Gerbil Ate My Homework
Keepunumuk: Weeâchumun's Thanksgiving Story
The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street (The Vanderbeekers, #1)
The Sour Grape
Jessi's Secret Language
Front Desk (Front Desk, #1)
The Vanderbeekers on the Road (The Vanderbeekers, #6)
Crunch (Click, #5)
Dog Man: Mothering Heights (Dog Man, #10)
Key Player (Front Desk #4)
I Am Quiet: A Story for the Introvert in All of Us
The Bad Guys in the Others?! (The Bad Guys #16)
Escape from Falaise (Ranger's Apprentice: The Royal Ranger, #5)
Spy School at Sea (Spy School, #9)
Spy School Revolution (Spy School, #8)
The Midnight Children
Cat Kid Comic Club: On Purpose
The Wimpy Kid Movie Diary: The Next Chapter (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)
Bloodmoon Huntress: A Graphic Novel (The Dragon Prince Graphic Novel #2)
Charlie Thorne and the Curse of Cleopatra (Charlie Thorne #3)
Ride On
The Arctic Railway Assassin (Adventures on Trains #6)
Moana: The Mighty Maui Makes a Friend
Millionaires for the Month
Big Nate: Silent But Deadly
Kristy and the Snobs
We're All Wonders
The Color Collector
The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden (The Vanderbeekers, #2)
Dog Man: Fetch-22 (Dog Man, #8)
Witch Hazel
Open Wide and Say Arrrgh! (The Bad Guys #15)
It's Not the Three Little Pigs (It's Not a Fairy Tale, #4)
Waste of Space (Moon Base Alpha, #3)
Look Both Ways: A Tale Told in Ten Blocks
Enola Holmes and the Boy in Buttons (Enola Holmes #6.5)
Finding My Dance
River (Warriors: A Starless Clan, #1)
Rowley Jefferson's Awesome Friendly Adventure
The Legend of the Christmas Witch
Spy School Secret Service (Spy School, #5)
Like Father, Like Son (Ali Cross, #2)
My Aunt Is a Monster
The Last Kids on Earth and the Nightmare King (Last Kids on Earth, #3)
If You Read This
Films die nergens draaien
Into the Windwracked Wilds (The Up-and-Under, #3)
Cat Kid Comic Club: Perspectives
The 143-Story Treehouse: Camping Trip Chaos!
Exile from ShadowClan (Warriors Manga)
Harry Potter: A Journey Through Charms and Defence Against the Dark Arts (Harry Potter: A Journey Through, #1)
The Best Gift for Bear
Julián Is a Mermaid (Julián, #1)
Karen's School Picture
Little Imperfections: A Tall Tale of Growing Up Different
Good-bye Stacey, Good-bye
Code Name Bananas
The Schoolteacher of Saint-Michel
Disney Before the Story: Elsa's Icy Rescue
Aru Shah and the End of Time: the Graphic Novel
A Nancy Drew Christmas (Nancy Drew Diaries, #18)
Why Humans Run The World
Mission to Disaster (Star Wars: The High Republic)
The Last Kids on Earth and the Doomsday Race
Green Is for Christmas
Arazan's Wolves (Ranger's Apprentice: The Royal Ranger, #6)
Unplanned (Unstoppable, #4)
Speak Up!
The Elephant Girl
Spy School the Graphic Novel (Spy School Graphic Novels, #1)
That Monster on the Block
I Am Able to Shine
Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pizza Party
Once Upon a Tim (Once Upon a Tim, #1)
Into the Pit (Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights #1)
The Good Mood Book
The Book That No One Wanted to Read
The Pigeon Has to Go to School
The Last Beekeeper
What We Saw: A Thriller
The Twelve Cats of Christmas
Narwhalicorn and Jelly (Narwhal and Jelly, #7)
The Shelterlings
The Vanishing of Aveline Jones (Aveline Jones, #3)
Rain Rising
Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston

Oscar Wilde
Children begin by loving their parents; as they grow older they judge them; sometimes they forgive them.
Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

Charlotte Brontë
No sight so sad as that of a naughty child," he began, "especially a naughty little girl. Do you know where the wicked go after death?" "They go to hell," was my ready and orthodox answer. "And what is hell? Can you tell me that?" "A pit full of fire." "And should you like to fall into that pit, and to be burning there for ever?" "No, sir." "What must you do to avoid it?" I deliberated a moment: my answer, when it did come was objectionable: "I must keep in good health and not die. ...more
Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

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