I can shop just about anywhere and not feel the need to buy anything, but take me to a book store and we’re in trouble! Books are one thing I have a big weakness for. Especially classic kids books or kids books that I grew up with and have fond memories of. Do you remember Little Golden Books? I had a few growing up and I remember marveling at that shiny, golden spine, thinking “this is something special!” Now there are so many Little Golden Books it’s overwhelming, but when I come across an old one, I get a thrill. Weird? Maybe, but we all have our quirks.
These are some of the books I remember loving as a child. What are your favorite Little Golden Books?
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Our Favorite Little Golden Books for kids
You could always just go for a box set of the classics. This set includes five classic favorite Little Golden Books – The Poky Little Puppy, Tootle, The Saggy Baggy Elephant, Tawny Scrawny Lion, and Scuffy the Tugboat
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Mother of 3 says
One of my favorite little golden books was “The Monster at the End of the Book” with Grover. I had lots of favorites though and even bought a few to share with my boys.
L. E. Mastilock says
That’s one of my favorites, too! I had it as a kid, though mine was not a golden book, and I bought it for my kids as a board book because I still love it. Such a fun one!