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Updated by Diona Navarro on Mar 01, 2015
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Navarro Family Reading List

Here are a list of Read aloud books we are planning to read as a family in 2015. Please share your favorites!
The Swiss Family Robinson (Classic Starts Series)

The Swiss Family Robinson (Classic Starts Series) [Johann David Wyss, Chris Tait, Jamel Akib, Arthur Pober Ed.D] on FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A shipwreck; a deserted island; a single family, wondering if they can survive. Rich in suspense and surprises

The Chronicles of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia [C.S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes] on FREE shipping on qualifying offers. An impressive hardcover volume containing all seven books of in the classic fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Charlie Bucket Book 2)

Picking right up where Charlie and the Chocolate Factory left off, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator continues the adventures of Charlie Bucket, his family, and Willy Wonka, the eccentric candy maker. As the book begins, our heroes are shooting into the sky in a glass elevator, headed for destinations unknown.

The Indian in the Cupboard

What could be better than a magic cupboard that turns small toys into living creatures? Omri's big brother has no birthday present for him, so he gives Omri an old medicine cabinet he's found. Although their mother supplies a key, the cabinet still doesn't seem like much of a present.

My Father's Dragon

Ruth Stiles Gannett graduated from Vassar College in 1944 with a degree in chemistry. My Father's Dragon was the first of her children's books, and it proved so popular that she wrote two sequels. The three books have remained continuously in print since their initial publication more than 60 years ago.

A Bear Called Paddington (Paddington Bear)

Praise for the Paddington series: 'I've always had great respect for Paddington... He is a British institution.' Stephen Fry 'Paddington has joined Pooh as one of the great bears of English children's literature.' The Teacher 'Michael Bond's accident-prone bear...has become one of the most enduring of children's characters.' The Bookseller