Collection: NYRB Kids (Ages 8–14)

Paperback versions of  favorite NYRB Children’s Classics

Philip Pullman called The Magic Pudding “the funniest children’s book ever written. I’ve been laughing at it for fifty years.” Tony Kushner said The Pushcart War “gave me a point of entrance—my first, I imagine—into the world of resistance to political and economic injustice and chicanery.” Uncle is one of Neil Gaiman’s favorite books.

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