7 Things We Learned from Children’s Books

They say that some children’s books are as much for adults as they are for kids, and these quotes certainly prove that.

Explaining everything from life to love in just a few, simple words, these 7 quotes from children’s literature pretty much sum up life’s biggest lessons.

7 Things We Learned from Children’s Books

Some days just down-right suck.

alexander-quoteAlexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

We all dance to our own beat.

giraffe-quoteGiraffes Can’t Dance

Love is not a thing, it’s a feeling.

pooh-quoteThe Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

We all have the power to change the world.

the-lorax-quoteThe Lorax

With enough motivation, we can do anything.

where the sidewalk endsWhere the Sidewalk Ends

Nothing is really what it appears to be.

wonka-quoteCharlie and the Chocolate Factory

Aging is beautiful.

velveteen rabbit quoteThe Velveteen Rabbit

Looking for a new book to read? Check in every Friday for a “Bee Happy” post, where I share reviews of books I’ve read or other book-themed lists.

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