What Books are on the 100 Kids Books Scratch Off Bucket List

What Books are on the 100 Kids Books Scratch Off Bucket List?

Are you looking for the full list of books on the Kids Books Scratch Off poster by Gift Republic? See Below. 

This poster list 100 books from across all age groups of childhood. You will find authors from Dr. Seusse to R.K. Rowling, making this bucket list poster an ongoing project through a child’s youth.

Reading is such an important skill that kids love more when they become good at it. But, there is only one way to get good, practice!

Start reading to your child young. Children love stories, it stimulates their mind and relieves boredom. 

So what is it about reading that is so special. We don’t talk about the books we read like the tv shows we watch. Why is that? Maybe because reading is much more personal and deep experience? 

As I look for a good reading related quote to place here, one that is relatable to a wide audience, I realize… only readers will get reading quotes. 

“The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest (people) of the past centuries.” –  Descartes

I must admit there were a few books on this list that I didn’t recognize. To see more details on any of these books, check goodreads.com.

Charlottes Web – E. B. White, 1952
A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, 1843
The Tale of Peter Rabbit – Beatrix Potter, 1902
The Cat in the Hat – Dr. Seuss, 1957
The Hobbit – J. R. R. Tolkien, 1937
Anne of Green Gables – Lucy Maud Montgomery,1908
The Hunger Games [series] – Suzanne Collins, 2008
To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee, 1960
Winne The Poo – A. A. Milne, 1926
Fairytales – Christian Jackson
The Little Mermaid – C.A. Reitzel, 1836
Harry Potter (series) – J.K. Rowling, 1997
The Chronicles of Narnia – C. S. Louis, 1950
The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Eric Carle, 1969
Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Bernard Sendak, 1963
The BFG – Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake, 1982
His Dark Materials – Sir Philip Pullman, 1995
A Series of Unfortunate Events – Lemony Snicket, 1999
The Wind in the Willows – Kenneth Grahame, 1908
Peter Pan – J. M. Barrie, 1911
Madeline – Ludwig Bemelmans, 1939
The Snowman – Raymond Redvers Briggs, 1978
The Jolly Postman – Janet  and Allen Ahlberg, 1986
The Famous Five – Enid Mary Blyton, 1942
The Magic Faraway Tree – Enid Blyton, 1943
Father Christmas – Raymond Briggs, 1973
Green Eggs and Ham – Dr. Seuss
Matilda – Roald Dahl, 1988
Guess How Much I Love You – Sam McBratney, 1994
The Jungle Book – Rudyard Kipling, 1894
The Princess And The Pea – Hans Christian, 1835
A Bear Called Paddington – Michael Bond, 1958
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time – Mark Haddon, 2003
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, 1865


The Tiger Who Came To Tea – Judith Kerr, 1968
The 101 Dalmatians – Walt Disney, 1961
Pippi Long Stocking – Astrid Lindgren, 1945
Treasure Island – Robert Louis Stevenson, 1883
Fantastic Mr. Fox – Roald Dahl, 1970
Five Children and It – E. Nesbit, 1902
The Sword in the Stone – T. H. White, 1938
Watership Down – Richard Adams, 1972The Gruffalo – Julia Donaldson, 1999
Good Night Mr. Tom – Michelle Magorian, 1981
Grims Fairytales – Jakob‎ and ‎Wilhelm Grimm, 1812-1858
The Story of Tracy Beaker – Jacqueline Wilson, 1991
Horrid Henry – Francesca Simon, 1994
The Velveteen Rabbit – Margery Williams, 1922
The Giving Tree – Shel Silverstein, 1964
Mr. Popper’s Penguins – Richard and Florence Atwater,1938
The Story of Barbar the Little Elephant – Jean de Brunhoff, 1931
The Lorax – Dr. Seuse, 1981
The Worst Witch – Jill Murphy, 1974
Granny – Anthony Horowitz, 1994
Just So Stories – Rudyard Kipling, 2003
The Doll People – Ann M. Martin, Laura Godwin, 2003
The Mennyms – Sylvia Waugh, 1995
The Secret Garden – Frances Hodgson Burnett, 1911
The Owl and The Pussycat – Edward Lear, 1871
Stig of the Dump – Clive King, 1963
Heidi – Johanna Spyri, 1880
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly – Simms Taback, 1997
Elmer – David McKee, 1989
Funnybones – Janet Ahlberg, Allan Ahlberg, 1980
Carrie’s War – Nina Bawden, 1973
The Railway Children – E. Nesbit, 1906
Stormbreaker – Anthony Horowitz, 2001
The story of Dr. Dolittle – Hugh Lofting, 1920
How I live now – Meg Rosoff, 2004
Tales from MoominValley – Tove Jansson, 1962
Little women – Louisa May Alcott, 1868
Lord of the flies – William Golding, 1954
A wrinkle in time – Madeleine L’Engle, 1962
The diary of a young girl – Anne Frank, 1942
Little House on the Prairie – Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1870
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Mark Twain, 1884
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – L. Frank Baum, 1900
Mary Poppins – P. L. Travers, 1934
Percy Jackson and the Olympians – Rick Riordan, 2005
The graveyard book – Neil Gaiman, 2008
A monster calls – Patrick Ness, 2011
The adventures of mog – Judith Kerr, 1993
Goosebumps – R.L. Stine, 1992
Animal Farm – George Orwell, 1884
Miss Happiness and miss flower – Rumer Godden, 1961
We’re going on a bear hunt – Michael Rosen, 1989
Stuart little – E.B. White, 1945
Coraline – Neil Gaiman, 2002
I want my hat back – Jon Klassen , 2011
Owl moon – Jane Yolen, 1987
The day the Crayons Quit – Drew Daywalt, 2014
Tales from Shakespeare – Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb, 1899
Black Beauty – Anna Sewell, 1877
Thomas the Tank engine – Wilbert Awdry , 1985
James and the giant peach – Roald Dahl, 1961
Each Peach Pear Plum – Janet Ahlberg, Allan Ahlberg , 1978
Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale – Marcus Pfister, 1998
Harold and the Purple Crayon – Crockett Johnson, 1955

What books have you read that are on the list? Any books you think should be on the list? 

Let me know in the comments below.


 
 
 

 

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The top rail has a hanging string so the frame can be hung from a nail or pin, and the bottom rail helps to hold the map flat on the wall. 

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