Are there handbaskets in children’s literature?

Today Editorial Anonymous both opened a can of worms and used a tag I only remember seeing on Read Roger, “I’m so going to hell,”¬†which i think is appropriate for the topic of trying to make a list of quintessential children’s books due to the possibility, as she explains, that she’s likely to forget something essential and obvious.

I often feel like this myself. I’ve been meaning to do a booklist too, but lack of time for it gets in the way. EdAnon’s booklist will be a joint effort with readers, though, so here’s your opportunity (and mine) to get a good list without having to scour your own personal library and hope that you can remember all the good books you don’t own!

About The Author

Stacy Whitman is the publisher of Tu Books, an imprint of Lee & Low Books. She specializes in fantasy, mystery, and science fiction for children and young adults.


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