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A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens
A Journey to the Center of the Earth
Jules Verne
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll
Anne of Green Gables
L. M. Montgomery
Black Beauty 
Anna Sewell
Gulliver's Travels 
Jonathan Swift
Julie of the Wolves
Jean Craighead George
Little Women
Louisa May Alcott
Peter Pan
J. M. Barrie
Pippi Longstocking
Astrid Lindgren
Robinson Crusoe
Daniel Defoe
Saving Shiloh
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
William H. Armstrong
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Mark Twain
The Book of Three
Lloyd Alexander
The Great Gilly Hopkins
Katherine Patterson
The Jungle Book
Rudyard Kipling
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Washington Irving
The Secret Garden
Tasha Tudor
The Swiss Family Robinson
Johann Rudolf Wyss
Treasure Island
Robert Lewis Stephenson
Where the Red Fern Grows
Wilson Rawls
Winnie the Pooh
A. A. Milne

There is something special about reading a classic book. These are books that have been around for many years, but have maintained their popularity due to their excellence and lasting storyline.

One really cool thing about reading classic books is that you may actually be able to talk about them with your Mom and Dad! In some cases these books may have been some that even your grandparents read as boys and girls. The classic books listed above have good story lines that will entertain, scare, and maybe even make you cry. As you look at the list, you probably realize that many of these books have been made into movies. I like to read a book and then watch the movie and compare any differences between the two. Sometimes the movie looks exactly like I imagined as I was reading, other times not. Some of these books, like a Christmas Carol have been made into movies multiple times. The Great Gilly Hopkins by Katherine Patterson is the latest of these titles to be made into a movie with a 2011 release date.

So if your are looking for a good story, ask your Mom and Dad which of these books would be right for you.

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