World Book Day – Our Favourite Children’s Books

What’s Our Favourite Children’s Book?

Today is World Book Day…. the 20th year of celebrations!  This is a day to celebrate authors, illustrators, books and reading!   Children of all ages will come together today to appreciate reading and even dress up in their favourite characters.

We did a quick staff survey around the office to find out what were our favourite children’s books, check out our picks below:

Sujan Shah, CEO

My favourite book was the BFG by Roald Dahl,  great classic that all children will enjoy!

BFG Book

Laura Capon, Customer Account Manager

I used to love Mrs Wobble the Waitress and Each Peach Pear Plum by Allan Ahlberg and Janet Ahlberg.

Mrs Wobble BookEach Peach Book

Kate Male, Graphic Designer

I love the book The Pirates Next Door by Jonny Duddle, it’s a funny story and the illustrations are great!

Pirates Book

Joel Ogus, Head of Sales

My favourite were the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. Brian Jacques was an ex-Liverpool Docker who created a fantasy world of Mice and their various enemies.

Redwall Book

Rhiannon Peters, Customer Account Manager

I loved the magical story of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis.  Aslan the lion and Mr Tumnus were great characters and it was a great story about the battle between good v’s evil.

The Lion, Witch and Wardrobe Book

Daksha Shah, Marketing Executive

I used to love The Faraway Tree collection of books by Enid Blyton.  Moon-face and Silky were great characters!

Faraway Tree Book

James Touli, Junior Digital Marketing Executive

My favourite is We’re going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen. It made me realise adults didn’t know what they were doing either!

Bear Hunt Book

Valeria Liberati, Bilingual Junior Marketing Executive

I used to love The Adventures of Pinocchio by C. Collodi  The novel is about a wooden puppet crafted by Mastro Geppetto, who after various misadventures he becomes a real child. I really liked the talking cricket who was quite underestimated, but throughout the story, he’s a vital figure for the  main character’s development.

Pinocchio book

Aruna Tak, Head of HR

I read My Family and other Animals by Gerald Durrell  in High School and it was the first time I let my imagination be taken over by the words on the pages. I felt as though I was there in Corfu experiencing what the author experienced growing up. It ignited my passion for reading, I literally have withdrawal symptoms if I am not reading something!

My family and other animals book

What’s your favourite childhood book?  We’d love to hear from you in our comments below.

Happy Reading!!


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