Classic Fiction for Children
A classic is a book with staying power: memorable characters and the power to touch many generations. The influence of classic books can still be seen in the writing of today. Some of the best-known and beloved classic titles appear on this list.
In a New York City subway station, Chester Cricket and his friends try to rescue their human friend's struggling newsstand.
Alice experiences unusual adventures after falling down a rabbit hole.
Instead of the boy they requested to help around the farm, the Cuthberts get Anne, an imaginative, redheaded, orphan girl.
Meet redheaded Caddie, a pioneer girl who loves to have adventures with her brothers.
Charlie finds a gold ticket that lets him into a world of chocolate and fantastic inventions.
Wilbur, a runty pig, becomes a celebrity with the help of some very special friends.
The last thing five children expect to find while digging in the sand is a Psammead--an ancient Sand-fairy!
Freddy the pig does some detective work in order to solve the mystery of a missing toy train.