Revisit Your Favorite Children’s Books
They’ll enchant―and surprise―you all over again.
Curl Up With These ClassicsGretchen Rubin, best-selling author of The Happiness Project ($27, amazon.com), is such a fan of revisiting childhood favorites that she started two book clubs devoted to young-adult fare. Why bother? “Each time you reread a book is a totally different experience, because you’re totally different,” she says. Here’s what makes her must-return-to list―and why.
Beautyby Robin McKinley ($17, barnesandnoble.com)
“This is a marvelous retelling of the Beauty and the Beast fairy tale. There’s so much pleasure in seeing a familiar story in a new, fresh way. In fact, you appreciate the twists and turns even more because you know the story so well.”
Next: The Golden Compass
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