1. Blueberries for Salby Robert McCloskey
Every year for my birthday, my neighbor would take me to the bookstore to buy a new book. This was one of my first.  I spent the summers in Maine and this book still makes me happy thinking of blueberries. It was the first book we bought for our son.
- Stephanie, Government & Community Affairs 
Visit NYPL’s exhibition, The ABC Of It: Why Children’s Books Matter!

    Blueberries for Sal
    by Robert McCloskey

    Every year for my birthday, my neighbor would take me to the bookstore to buy a new book. This was one of my first.  I spent the summers in Maine and this book still makes me happy thinking of blueberries. It was the first book we bought for our son.

    - Stephanie, Government & Community Affairs 

    Visit NYPL’s exhibition, The ABC Of ItWhy Children’s Books Matter!

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    this just brought back a flood of childhood memories.
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    awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww thisssss boook eeee
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    This was one of my absolute favorites as a little girl. I read my copy so many times that it is falling apart and the...
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    I remember reading this when I was little and tasting the blueberries in my mouth. I’m realizing now that they were...