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.
Heidi has to leave her beloved grandfather to be a companion to the crippled child of a rich family.
Homer Price has quite a few adventures even though he is a small-town boy.
Four-year-old Laura lives with her pioneer family in a snug log house in the Wisconsin woods.
The story of four different and wonderful sisters growing up in New England during the Civil War.
Magical Mary Poppins is the best nanny ever.
The exciting adventures of Wendy, John, and Michael Darling in Never Never Land, the home of Peter Pan.
The story of a nine-year-old redhead with superhuman strength who lives by herself in Villa Villekula.
The adventures of tiny people who survive by "borrowing" things from the owners of the mansion they live in.
Who can resist the adventures of Christopher Robin, his forest friends and most of all, Winnie-the-Pooh?
Wanda wears the same faded dress to school every day but claims to have a hundred dresses at home.