Storytime With Internet Archive

Sometimes nothing sounds better than hopping into your pajamas, crawling under the covers, and reading a children’s book. I really don’t think age matters; I recently picked up The Little Prince from the library and enjoyed my night in bed reading about kings and businessmen and taming a rose. Everyone can enjoy a good bedtime story, and with the cold of January settling in, there’s no better time to take a night to enjoy classic children’s books.

Below is a selection chosen from Internet Archive’s Children’s Library:

  • The Giant Scissors (details | flip book)
  • Cinderella(details | flip book)
  • Goody Two-Shoes (details | flip book)
  • Dick Cheveley: His Adventures and Misadventures (details | flip book)
  • Book of Cats and Dogs and Other Friends, For Little Folks (details | flip book)
  • Stories for Children: A Book for All Little Girls and Boys (details | flip book)
  • The White Wolf (details | flip book)
  • The Adventures of a Country Boy at a Country Fair (details | flip book)
  • Pleasant Rhymes for Little Readers or Jottings for Juveniles (flip book)
  • The Wonderful World of Oz (details | flip book)
  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (details | flip book)
  • The Story of a Candy Rabbit (details | flip book)
  • In Wink-A-Way Land (details | flip book)
  • Children’s Stories in American Literature, 1891-1896 (details | flip book)
  • Enjoy them, and give into the temptation to “read just one more.”

    –Cara Binder

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