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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Children's Books

This week we’re celebrating our favorite kid-lit classics in honor of International Children’s Book Day, which is marking its 50th year this week! Tuck yourself in with these bedtime stories from the Comics Kingdom royal library.

1. Zoe introduces her little sister to the classics — reinterpreted in her own unique style. comicskingdom.com

Baby Blues, November 18, 2007
Baby Blues, November 18, 2007

2. Humans aren’t the only species with a soft spot for this timeless tale. comicskingdom.com

Rhymes With Orange, December 6, 2016
Rhymes With Orange, December 6, 2016

3. While the idea of a cat in a hat sounds cute, Billy knows that the reality can be quite different! comicskingdom.com

The Family Circus, December 26, 2007
The Family Circus, December 26, 2007

4. Even the simplest story can be quite moving when you put your heart and soul into telling it. comicskingdom.com

Hagar the Horrible, June 22, 2012
Hagar the Horrible, June 22, 2012

5. Marvin’s pal learns the hard way that some books can really reach out and grab ya! comicskingdom.com

Marvin, January 3, 2011
Marvin, January 3, 2011

6. Mutts’ squirrel duo Bip and Bop seem to be taking this arboreal generosity thing a bit too literally. comicskingdom.com

Mutts, June 15, 2012
Mutts, June 15, 2012

7. Ancient myth or modern rhyme,
Classics stand the test of time!
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Bizarro, July 9, 2016
Bizarro, July 9, 2016

8. An early love of fantasy can teach kids to look for magic in everyone they meet. comicskingdom.com

Six Chix, August 11, 2007
Six Chix, August 11, 2007

9. Bedtime stories just aren’t the same for "grown-up" Dustin, who wishes he could go back to those carefree days. comicskingdom.com

Dustin, July 3, 2012
Dustin, July 3, 2012

10. But adulthood has its own stories to tell – as Jill demonstrates in her mom-centric update of a modern kids’ classic. comicskingdom.com

The Pajama Diaries, July 27, 2014
The Pajama Diaries, July 27, 2014

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