I love books, but I’m especially fond of children’s books. As a kid, I spent hours sifting through the colourful pages of Gyo Fujikawa’s “Oh, What a Busy Day,” Richard Scarry’s “Best Mother Goose Ever” and the entire Ant and Bee series. I’m pretty sure I had all twelve of the original Little Golden Books, which I devoured on repeat. “The Monster at the end of this Book” was one of my favourites. It’s Everleigh’s, too. Only she reads it on my iPad.
Over two billion Little Golden Books have been sold since 1942. Here’s how they earned a spot on every kid’s bookshelf.
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