Favourite children's books

1 Winnie the Pooh:

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The adventures of the bear and his friends by AA Milne has been voted the favourite.

2 Alice's Adventure's in Wonderland: The Lewis Carroll classic featured the Cheshire Cat and Mad Hatter.

3 The Very Hungry Caterpillar: Eric Carle's book is said to have sold the equivalent of a copy a minute since it was published.

4 The Hobbit: Mysterious tale by JRR Tolkein set in Middle-earth.

5 The Gruffalo: Published by Julia Donaldson in 1999, it tells of a mouse walking in the woods.

6 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Roald Dahl classic that has spawned two Hollywood films.

7 Black Beauty: The Anna Sewell moral tale based on the life of a horse.

8 Treasure Island: Jim Hawkins and Long John Silver feature in Robert Louis Stevenson's adventure story.

9 The BFG: Another Roald Dahl book - BFG standing for Big Friendly Giant.

10 The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe: Most famous of the classic Narnia stories by CS Lewis.

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