We Love Reading to Our Kids…But Maybe Not ALL These Books

Mary Katharine Ham and Kelly Maher dish about the picture books they love to hate, the ones that have captured their children’s imaginations, and the ones they’ve revisited as adults and thought, “Wow, that was a book I read as a kid, huh?”

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  1. Stad Coolidge

    Goodnight Moon.

    I used to read it right before bed with my three daughters when they were little (not easy, all three of them huddled around me).  I always did “Where’s the mouse?” and they would search and point.  However, one illustration had no mouse in it, and they finally realized it one night.

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  2. LeifErikson Inactive

    Have y’all seen https://www.topherpayne.com/fixed-it ?

    He addresses those three annoying books (and one other) and has written alternate endings for them.

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