1.Frozen Noses by JAN CARR
Three children — and their dog! — play outside, enjoying a winter’s day. They have a snowball fight, build a snowman, go sledding and ice skating, and at the end of the day, head home to a crackling fire. And to cups of cocoa, of course!
2.Strega Nona by Tomie DePaola
Strega Nona is an original children’s book written and illustrated by Tomie dePaola. It concerns Strega Nona and her helper. The helper causes the title character’s magic pasta pot to create so much pasta that it nearly flooded and burial a town.
3.If you give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is a 1985 children’s book written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. Described as a “circular tale,” it is Numeroff and Bond’s first collaboration and best-known book.
4.The Happy Lion by Louise Fatio
The Happy Lion is a 1954 children’s picture book by Louise Fatio and illustrated by Roger Duvoisin. In the book, the Happy Lion lives in a small zoo in France. When he escapes, he is surprised that people are now scared of him.
5.where the wild things are by Maurice Sendak
Where the Wild Things Are is a 1963 children’s picture book by American writer and illustrator Maurice Sendak, originally published by Harper & Row.
6. Goodnight moon by Margaret Wise Brown
Goodnight Moon is an American children’s book written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd. It was first published in 1947, and is a highly acclaimed example of a bedtime story
7. The Very Hungry Caterpiller by Eric Carle
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a children’s picture book designed, illustrated and written by Eric Carle, first published by the World Publishing Company in 1969, later published by Penguin Putnam.
8. The giving tree by Shel Silverstein
The Giving Tree is a children’s book written and illustrated by Shel Silverstein. First published in 1964 by Harper & Row, it has become one of Silverstein’s best known titles and has been translated into more than 30 languages
9. The little engine that could by Watty Piper
The Little Engine that Could is an illustrated children’s book that was first published in the United States of America in 1930 by Platt & Munk. The story is used to teach children the value of optimism and hard work.
10. The little poky puppy
The Poky Little Puppy is the titular character and a children’s book written by Texas author Janette Sebring Lowrey (2 March 1892–17 March 1986) and illustrated by Gustaf Tenggren. It was first published in 1942 as one of the first 12 books in the Simon and Schuster series Little Golden Books. The copyright was renewed in 1970.