史上最优儿童书-图书排行和榜单

2010-06-30  hjh0927
     给孩子们读故事书是你和孩子们做的、也是能够为他们做的最好的事情之一。我喜欢给孩子们读书,他们也喜欢跟我一起读书。这段时间特别有质量,而跟孩子们分享一本好书也是很棒的感觉。

      我把我特别喜欢的儿童书整理了一下--这个书单也能开始给孩子们建立个小图书馆。这只是个起点,肯定的是--我肯定你也会有更多的书加到这个书单里面来。但是这些书是我非常喜爱的,(我的孩子们也是),而且我认为大多数的孩子和家长都会喜欢的。这些书经过时间的考验,都是经典之作,所以可能书单当中没有这么多的惊喜,但是对于回忆起一些我们已经遗忘了的书还是很有用的。

给小小读者

《哈罗德和紫色蜡笔》   作者:  Harold Crockett

这是我最最喜欢给年幼读者推荐的书之一。丰富的想象力,伟大的角色。我仍然还在设想我就是哈罗德。

《去啊,小狗。去!》 作者:P.D.Eastman

通常这本书是教给孩子们自己去阅读的。注意:孩子们可能会让你读上无数遍,但这对于他们来说可是件美事儿。

《哧咔 哧咔 嘣嘣》 作者:Bill Martin Jr. 和 John Archambault

喜欢这本书是因为其中有很多儿歌。读起来很好玩儿。同样也会教给孩子们字母。

《野兽家园》 作者:Maurice Sendak

对于这本书,我从来都是看不够。它简直棒极了。可爱的插画,丰富的想象力。如果让我在这个书单上只列出10本书的话,这本书一定是其中之一。

《晚安 月亮》作者: Margaret Wise Brown

孩子们很爱这本书。对于呀呀学语的孩子们来说,这书堪称完美。

小熊可杜罗 作者:Don Freeman

这是我在孩提时代最喜欢的书之一。这只可爱的泰迪熊会永远在我的心里占据一个特殊的位置。

《猜猜我有多爱你》 作者:Sam Mcbratney

去月球以及回来的路上我一直爱你!开心地和孩子们读这本书,然后和他们比一比你们有多爱彼此。

《如果你给一只小老鼠一块饼干》 作者:Laura Joffe Numeroff

这是我的孩子们很喜欢的一本书。我喜爱它的绘画。

《好奇乔治历险记》 作者:H.A.REY

好奇乔治现在可是个国际偶像,但是它也一直是文学作品中人们最喜爱的角色之一。

《午夜厨房》作者:Maurice Sendak

这是Sendak最好的一部书。他绘画风格如此美妙,并且能够描绘如此美妙的故事。

《霍顿孵蛋》 作者:Dr.Seuss

谈到最优秀的作者,Dr.Seuss可是首屈一指。他简直是个传奇人物,当然,他的每一部作品都了不起,所以你很难选择,但我很喜欢霍顿系列的作品,以及他的两个其它系列作品。这本书是他早年的代表作。

《Wocket在我的口袋里!》作者:Dr. Seuss

很棒的绕口令图书,而且他的很多傻傻的可爱的事儿都浓缩在这些绕口令里了。

《罗拉克斯》  作者:Dr. Seuss

作者表达社会意识最多的丛书。尽管他的很多书都有表达社会感的初衷,但这门书尤其明显。书中提到了由于工业化和环境破坏而带来的危险,以一种简单的方式来传达这样的想法,以至于孩子们也能读懂。

《爱心树》  作者:Shel Silverstein

如果说Seuss是最棒的,那么Silverstein则紧随其后。如果让我只列出来十本书,那么这本书则会出现其中。如此甜蜜,又略带忧伤,真实的故事书,还有着美妙的绘画,想当然会入选。

《五个中国兄弟》 作者:Claire Hutchett Bishop

我还是小孩子的时候,读过这本书,直到近几年和孩子们重新发现它,才有想起这本书,而这本书是一部经典的,所有孩子都会喜欢的图书。

《人行道的尽头在哪》 作者:Shel Silverstein

经典的Silverstein丛书,这本书及他的下本书都有着难以置信的优美的诗句和美妙的绘画,而这会让所有的读者欢喜,无论老幼。

《阁楼上的光》作者:Shel Silverstein

也许是最棒的儿童诗集。

《失落的一角》作者:Shel Silverstein

好的好的,我不会再介绍Sliverstein的书了,但是我真的是没说完。《失落的一角》实际上是个系列丛书,画风巧妙,书中讲述了很多有意思的人生道理。

《小象巴贝尔的故事》作者:Jean De Brunhoff

另一部经典,这曾是我童年的必备,而三十年后的今天,它还这么好。

给小读者

《詹姆斯与巨桃》作者:Roald Dahl

我不知道作者是如何完成这部书的,但是他的确用了一种魔幻的方式在讲故事。他塑造了如此真实深刻的角色,除了爱与同情,你却帮不了他们。这本书和接下来的两本书都是他作品中很出色的作品,但是不能把它排除到BFG,他的诗集和其他故事之外。

《玛蒂尔达》 作者:Roald Dahl

也许这是我最喜爱的Dahl的书了。读这本书的时候,你会希望Matilda就是你的好朋友,而在你和他一起的时候,她就是你的朋友。

《查理和巧克力工厂》 作者:Roald Dahl

经典的故事书,同样的另一个可怜的孩子毫无疑问地进入了你的心。

《小公主》 作者:Antoine de Saint-Exupery

最初发行的是法语版本,这本经典丛书是独一无二的,我无法用语言来描述它。如果你还没给孩子读过,那么一起分享吧。

《夏洛特的网》 作者:E.B.White

注意:这本书会让你和孩子掉眼泪。但是当你发现其中的美妙的时候,那么这份悲伤也是值得的。

《借东西的小人》 作者:Mary Norton

很好玩的历险故事书。每个孩子都会喜欢的故事书。

《精灵鼠小弟》作者:E.B.White

这个让人赞赏的小角色,会让所有孩子开怀。

《小小间谍》 作者:Louise Fitzhugh

口吻强硬的侦探小说,但是很有意思.

《布朗百科全书》作者:Donald J. Sobol

实际上这是关于Leroy Brown的系列丛书,Leroy Brown是个聪明的小孩儿,他解决了邻里社区间的犯罪问题。我还是小孩儿时,对这本书爱不释手,现在我儿子也是非常喜欢这本书。

《神奇书屋系列丛书》作者:Mary Pope Osborne

一大套的系列丛书,(上次我数了数,大概30多本。),这是一套有趣、冒险而且有教育意义的丛书。书里面描写了孩子们之间的爱,比如恐龙、忍者、武士和巫师之间的友谊,这些使历史变得活灵活现。我儿子非常喜欢这个系列丛书。

《朱妮B琼斯系列丛书》作者:Barbara Park

也是一套系列丛书,吸引了很多女孩儿来读书。

《蕾蒙娜故事集》作者:Beverly Cleary

男女生都非常喜欢的一套系列丛书。还是孩子时,我就很喜欢。

《炸虫总动员》作者:Thomas Rockwell

现在这部书已经被搬上大屏幕,它为几代孩子真实地描述了小学生活得样子。

《果汁斑点》 作者:Judy Blume

Judy Blume这位作者,如此深入了解孩子们年轻的心,无论是小朋友,还是大朋友,都会从她的角色中找到自己。这本书,以及稍后提到的她的书,是她系列丛书中的两本,而她的书都是非常优秀的。

《超级胡说》作者:Judy Blume

你的孩子会非常喜欢这本书,也会从这些角色当中找到很多乐趣。

《英国》 作者:John D. Fitzgerald

我孩提时代一直都很喜欢的书之一。我把这本书推荐给我的儿子,一开始他觉得这本书很乏味,而后来爱不释手。他很喜欢这本书。告诉你!

《离家出走又一案》作者:E.L Konigsburg

永恒的小说,书中的角色在经历中活灵活现。

《三部曲(Prydain传)》 作者:Lloyd Alexander

这是一套系列丛书,非常完美,甚至于读的过程中你都舍不得看到结尾。这个故事是关于一个养猪人给读者带来的一些有趣的事儿,你一定要读读这本书。

《Westmark 三部曲》 作者:Lloyd Alexander

也是一部系列作品,但是和上一个系列相比,可能更适合大一点儿的孩子,但是这部书的确很棒。

给大孩子

《纳尼亚传奇》作者:C.S. Lewis

我该如何介绍这本并不是大众都了解的系列丛书呢?没什么可说的,除了告诉你每一代人都会在第一次读到这套书的时候就会爱上它。一定要让你的孩子们读读这套书。

《龙骑士》作者:Christopher Paolini

这本书是书单当中,近期出版的书之一,这本书也是经典之作。尽管这是跟龙骑士有关,但是这本书吸引了好多孩子。

《哈利波特系列》作者:J.K.Rowling

这本书在已经被媒体高度赞扬,依我之见,这本书的确是很好。我稍晚的时候拿到了这一套书,但是我给我的孩子读了每一本书,而现在我开始给我儿子读第二遍。这套书的确是让孩子们对孩子对阅读感兴趣的方式。

《窝居矮人》作者:J.R.R.Tolkein

我如此喜爱这本书。在我读指环王三部曲之前,我就喜欢这套书。尽管指环王三部曲要比这套书略好,但是这本小册子一直在我心里有特殊的位置。它也会永远在每一个孩子的心里。

《海底沉舟》作者:Richard Adams

当我在中学第一次读到这本书的时候,我就很喜欢这本书。之后,在我的青少年时期,我又读过好多遍,甚至于在成年之后,我还读过一两遍。这本书带你经历冒险,经历如此的情感旅程,而这一切是从一些兔子的视角看待的!

《蝇王》 作者:William Golding

这本书是大部分中学生的必读书目,而它也的确应当作为学生的必读书目。作为青少年,读到一本关于孩子们统治一个小岛的故事,确实非常酷。

《杀死一只知更鸟》作者: Harper Lee

角色丰富,引人入胜的故事。你一定别错过。

《麦田里的守望者》作者:J.D. Salinger

这本书在青少年当中非常流行!我们也别推荐读这本书。塞林格在这本书中刻画了一个真实、永恒的角色,他极好地刻画了青年人成长过程中的敏感和那一段经历。因为这本书,我非常喜欢塞林格。

牛仔裤的姐妹情谊作者:Ann Brashares

其实我没完全读过这本书,但是我女儿读过,而且她很喜欢这本书。这本书很吸引人,她又读了一遍,中间有一段时间没读,而后,我推荐她读这本书.另外,我很喜欢这部同名电影。

《赐予者》作者:Lois Lowry

恐怖悬疑小说,但还是很吸引人。

《仙境之桥》作者:Katherine Paterson

这是部经典的小说,因为最近被拍成电影,被现在的小孩儿重新翻出来读,这个故事是关于两个五年级的学生在森林里建立了一个神秘的被称之为“仙境”的王国的故事,它会触动你的心灵。

《奇幻时空》作者:Madeleine L'Engle

很多人都非常珍爱这本温暖、情感丰富的小说。大家在这一系列书中追随者Murry一家经历一切。

《墨水心》作者:Cornelia Caroline Funke

这位作者有丰富的想象力,你的孩子会高度赞扬这本书。也别往忘了读读《贼王》这本书。 

你最喜欢的儿童故事书是哪本呢?在评论中告诉我们吧。

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  • Best All-Time Children’s Books

    Reading to your kids is one of the all-time best things you can do with them, and for them. I love reading to my kids, and they love reading with me. It is some of the best quality time ever, and sharing a good book with a child is just a wonderful feeling.

    I’ve compiled a list of my all-time favorite children’s books — a list that can start any child’s library. It’s a starting point, to be sure — I’m sure you can think of many more to be included. But these are books I truly love (and my kids do too) and I think most kids and parents will love them. These are mostly time-tested classics, so there might not be too many surprises here, but sometimes it’s useful to be reminded of books we’ve forgotten about.

    For Younger Readers
    Harold and the Purple Crayon by Harold Crockett. One of my most, most favorite books for younger kids. Great imagination, great character. I still wish I could be Harold.

    • Go, Dog. Go!, by P.D. Eastman. Often the book that has taught my kids to read. Warning: they might ask you to read this an infinite amount of times. But that’s a good thing for them.
    • Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault. The thing I love about this book is its rhythm. It’s so fun to read. Also teaches about the alphabet.
    • Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak. I can never get enough of this book. It is truly awesome. Great drawings, great imagination. If I had to choose just 10 books on this list, this would be one of them.
    • Goodnight Moon, by Margaret Wise Brown. Kids just love this book. Perfect for toddlers.
    • Corduroy, by Don Freeman. One of my favorite books as a little kid. This lovable teddy bear will always have a special place in my heart.
    • Guess How Much I Love You, by Sam Mcbratney. I love you all the way to the moon and back! Fun to read this with your kids, and then later compete to see how much you love each other.
    • If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, by Laura Joffe Numeroff. This was a favorite for my kids. I love the drawings.
    • The Complete Adventures of Curious George, by H.A. Rey. He’s now an international icon, but Curious George has always been one of the most lovable characters in literature.
    • In the Night Kitchen, by Maurice Sendak. This is Sendak at his best. He has such a wonderful drawing style, and can tell stories with the best of them.
    • Horton Hatches the Egg, by Dr. Seuss. Speaking of the best of them, Dr. Seuss is it. He’s a legend, of course, and everything he wrote is amazing, so it’s really impossible to choose, but I love this Horton book, as well as the next two by Seuss. This book is characteristic of Seuss’s early days.
    • There’s a Wocket in My Pocket!, by Dr. Seuss. A great tongue-twister book, this is the epitome of much of his silly, fun stuff.
    • The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss. His most socially conscious book. Although many of his books have a message, this is the most overt. It talks about the dangers of industrialism and environmental damange, in such an easily understood manner that any kid could get it.
    • The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein. If Seuss is the best, Silverstein is right behind him. If I had to list just 10 books here, this book would be one of them. Such a sweet, sad, true book, with great drawings of course.
    • The Five Chinese Brothers, by Claire Hutchett Bishop. I read this as a little kid, and forgot about it until rediscovering it with my kids in recent years. It’s a classic, and will be loved by any kid.
    • Where the Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein. Classic Silverstein, this book and the next are full of incredible poems and drawings that will delight any reader, young or old.
    • A Light in the Attic, by Shel Silverstein. More from perhaps the greatest children’s poet of all time.
    • The Missing Piece, by by Shel Silverstein. OK, I should stop with the Silverstein, but I really cannot get enough of him. There’s actually a series of books along the lines of the Missing Piece, all of them with interesting life lessons, and wittily drawn. Read them all.
    • The Story of Babar, by Jean De Brunhoff. Another classic, this was a staple of my childhood, and just as good today as 30 years ago.

    For Middle Readers

    • James and the Giant Peach, by Roald Dahl. I don’t know how he does it, but Dahl has a way of telling stories that is just magical. He creates such real and deep characters, little kids who you cannot help but love and empathize with. This and the next two books are among his greatest, but one should not rule out BFG, his poetry or any of his other stories.
    • Matilda, by Roald Dahl. Perhaps my favorite Dahl book. While reading this book, you want to have Matilda as a friend, and during the time you are with her, she is your friend.
    • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by Roald Dahl. A classic, of course, and yet another poor kid who inevitably enters your heart.
    • The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Originally published in French, this classic is so unique, I cannot really describe it. If you haven’t read it to your child, please do.
    • Charlotte’s Web, by E.B. White. Warning: this book will make you and your child cry. But it is worth the sadness for the wonderfulness you will discover.
    • The Borrowers, by Mary Norton. What a fun and adventurous book. Every kid will love this.
    • Stuart Little, by E.B. White. This is an admirable little character that will delight all children.
    • Harriet the Spy, by Louise Fitzhugh. Written in the hard-boiled detective style, this is just a lot of fun.
    • Encyclopedia Brown Solves Them All (Encyclopedia Brown), by Donald J. Sobol. This is actually a series of books about Leroy Brown, a brilliant kid who solves neighborhood crimes. I could not get enough of this as a kid, and my son loves it too.
    • Magic Tree House Series, by Mary Pope Osborne. A very long series (over 30 last time I counted) of fun, adventurous and educational books. It covers stuff kids love, like dinosaurs and ninjas and knights and wizards, and makes history come alive. My son is in love with this series.
    • Junie B. Jones series, by Barbara Park. Another great series, this one appeals more to girls who are beginning to read.
    • The Ramona series, by Beverly Cleary. Yet another series, this one appeals to both boys and girls. I loved it as a kid.
    • How to Eat Fried Worms, by Thomas Rockwell. Now on the big screen, this book has portrayed elementary school life accurately for several generations of kids.
    • Freckle Juice, by Judy Blume. This author, Judy Blume, has such an insight into the young mind that any child, young or old, will identify with her characters. This book, and the next, are just two samples from her lovely collection — any Judy Blume book will be excellent.
    • Superfudge, by Judy Blume. Your kid will crack up at this book, and have a lot of fun with the characters.
    • The Great Brain, by John D. Fitzgerald. One of my all-time favorite series as a kid. I recommended it to my son, who loves to read but thought this would be boring. He fell in love with it. Told you so!
    • From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, by E. L Konigsburg. A timeless novel, the characters in this book come alive for a great adventure.
    • The Book of Three (The Chronicles of Prydain), by Lloyd Alexander. This is actually a series of books, all of which are so perfect you don’t want them to end. This tale about a pig-keeper’s assistant has been entertaining young readers for generations, and is a must-read.
    • Westmark Trilogy, by Lloyd Alexander. Another series by a true master, this is for slightly older kids than the last series, but just as amazing.

    For Older Readers

    • The Chronicles of Narnia Box Set, by C.S. Lewis. What can I say about this series that not everyone knows? Nothing really, except that every new generation falls in love with it as if it were the first time. And for them, it is. Be sure your child is among them.
    • Eragon (Inheritance, Book 1), by Christopher Paolini. One of the more recent books on the list, this was an instant classic. Though it’s about dragons, it will appeal to both boys and girls.
    • Harry Potter Paperback Box Set (Books 1-6), by J.K. Rowling. This series has been super-hyped in the media … and in my opinion, it lives up to the hype. I got into the series a little late, but read every book to my daughter and am now going through it for a second time with my son. These are the type of books that will hook children on reading.
    • The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkein. How I love this book, and always have. I loved it before I was able to get into the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and though the trilogy surpasses the original Hobbit, this little book has a special place in my heart. It will in your child’s heart as well.
    • Watership Down, by Richard Adams. This book so enchanted me when I first read it, in middle school, that I read it several times during my teen-age years after that, and even once or twice in adulthood. It leads you through such an adventure, such an emotional journey, and from the perspective of a few rabbits!
    • Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. This is required reading for most middle school students, and rightfully so. As a teen-ager, reading about an island controlled by kids was just too cool.
    • To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. This is a gripping story with great characters. You can’t go wrong with this one.
    • The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger. This book hits the teen-ager reader with a pop! between the eyes. A main character that swears! And we’re encouraged to read it. Salinger creates a character that is true, and timeless, and captures the experience and sensibilities of youth extremely well. I will always love him for this book.
    • Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Trilogy, by Ann Brashares. I haven’t actually read this book, but my daughter did, and loved it. It got her reading again, after a brief hiatus, and for that, I have to recommend the book. Plus I liked the movie.
    • The Giver, by Lois Lowry. A kind of chilling book, but engaging nonetheless.
    • Bridge to Terabithia, by Katherine Paterson. Classic story being rediscovered by a new generation because of the recent movie, this story about two fifth graders who create a secret kingdom in the woods called Terabithia will stir your heart.
    • A Wrinkle in Time, Madeleine L’Engle. This warm, loving book has been cherished by so many. Follow the Murry family in its adventures in all the books of this series.
    • Inkheart, by Cornelia Caroline Funke. This writer has such a great imagination, and this ode to books and book lovers will be highly enjoyed by your child. Also read the Thief Lord.

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