I love children's books and read them widely and often, so I would love to receive your favorite children's book that no one seems to have heard of (I've got your standard award winners and classics here already). I enjoy fantasy and science fiction, especially if there is a female main character, and I don't own very much of it. My book club is currently reading choose-your-own Jewish literature, and to stretch ourselves, it can't be a book about the holocaust. If you have a favorite that fits the bill, send it my way!
Don't get this!
Not big on most westerns or romance novels.
I read a lot, but enjoy a wide variety of genres and styles, so avoid the bestseller lists and send me something unique that you enjoyed.
rin.wilson's Secret Santa is EclecticAli. Help EclecticAli pick the right book.
libraryperilous: Bernard Malamud's The Assistant has a price point of $15 and would be a good choice for Jewish literature not about the Holocaust. Chaim Potok would be another good choice. (Mon, 03 Dec 2018 11:58:33 -0500)
Capybara_99: "The Silly Book" by Stoo Hample is the formative children's book of my youth. Believe it is back in print - inspired nonsense. (Wed, 05 Dec 2018 18:15:51 -0500)
caras_galadhon: My go-to for children's literature that many haven't heard of is Michael Ende's Momo. I love this book more than is reasonable, and the main character is a young girl. Another that might be a fun read is The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming: A Christmas Story by Lemony Snicket. (Thu, 06 Dec 2018 12:40:40 -0500)
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