Vintage Read Alouds

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Vintage Read Alouds

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1SaintSunniva
Oct 19, 2006, 4:56pm

Currently I'm reading Jockin the Jester by Ursula Moray Williams, a tale of medieval England to my five children. My edition is from 1973, but it was first published in 1951. After I finish it, I'm going to start Miss Minerva and William Green Hill by Frances Boyd Calhoun, 1909.

2Bestine
Oct 24, 2006, 11:47am

Unforgettable vintage books and stories read aloud to me as a child include Brighty of the Grand Canyon, Caddie Woodlawn, Just So Stories, and Smoky.

3Storklings Primer Mensaje
Feb 19, 2007, 3:26am

My mother read the entire Oz series (only th ones by L. Frank Baum) to me when I was younger. They were marvelous to be heard read aloud.

4kurtwagner Primer Mensaje
Mayo 28, 2007, 2:30pm

My Mom turned me on to Miss Minerva and William Green Hill and I've never forgotten it. Indeed, a classic, it brings the life and times of the nineteenth century to the now with a unique tone and sweetness absent from much contemporary writing. I read it aloud to my fiancee.

5cmorgan Primer Mensaje
Mayo 28, 2007, 7:55pm

Understood Betsy
Betsy, Tacy, and Tib series
early Dr Seuss (Gerald McBoing Boing

6cmorgan
Mayo 28, 2007, 7:55pm

Understood Betsy
Betsy, Tacy, and Tib series
early Dr Seuss (Gerald McBoing Boing

7melannen
Mayo 30, 2007, 12:42am

My parents read the Bobbsey Twins books to us when we were little - they're still my major vintage collection.

Later, when we were a bit older, we all read Mark Twain to each other on long car trips - we got through all four Tom Sawyer novels, A Connecticut Yankee, and The Prince and the Pauper that way, and it was the best way I can imagine to meet Twain.

8TheFamilyBookShop
Jul 5, 2011, 3:01pm

Shel Silverstein's Where the Sidewalk Ends is my all-time favorite book to read aloud to kids. It was also my favorite book growing up. I loved to hear his books.

9redturtle
Jul 8, 2011, 11:37am

My Father's Dragon series, and I loved Five Little Peppers and How They Grew when I was younger. Also Lois Lenski books, like Strawberry Girl. You have to be careful, though, because the social mores were different and some of the older books are quite discriminatory or downright racist.

10redturtle
Editado: Jul 8, 2011, 11:40am

Oh, I loved All of a Kind Family too. They were five sisters growing up in New York's Lower East Side.