Best Level Q Books

1. The Cat in the Hat (1957) – Written by Dr. Seuss, this classic children’s book follows the mischievous Cat in the Hat as he causes havoc and teaches important life lessons.

2. Green Eggs and Ham (1960) – Another classic from Dr. Seuss, this story follows a character who refuses to try the titular food until the end, when he finally gives in and discovers that he loves it.

3. The Very Hungry Caterpillar (1969) – Written by Eric Carle, this beloved story follows a caterpillar as it eats its way through a variety of foods and grows into a beautiful butterfly.

4. Where the Wild Things Are (1963) – Written by Maurice Sendak, this story follows Max as he is sent to bed without dinner and then travels to a land of wild creatures who make him their king.

5. Charlotte’s Web (1952) – Written by E.B. White, this timeless tale follows a pig named Wilbur and his friend Charlotte, a spider, as they work together to save him from being slaughtered.

6. The Little Prince (1943) – Written by Antoine de Saint-ExupĂ©ry, this beloved story follows a pilot who meets a young prince from another planet and learns lessons about life, love, and friendship.

7. The Giving Tree (1964) – Written by Shel Silverstein, this classic story follows a tree that gives unconditional love to a little boy as he grows older and takes from it more and more.

8. The Snowy Day (1962) – Written by Ezra Jack Keats, this book follows a young boy named Peter as he explores his neighborhood after a snowfall and discovers the joys of winter.