Children's Books I'd Like to Receive for Christmas

.... because I'm a child and an adult simultaneously.

This post could also be titled: "Children's Books You Might Want to Give Someone You Know for Christmas"... or Hanukkah or just for kicks. What have you.

This list is extensive. I love books.... what can I say? More ("adult") book gift ideas soon.

Lines That Wiggle (written by Candace Whitman, illustrated by Steve Wilson), Different Like Coco (written & illustrated by Elizabeth Matthews), Dog Loves Books (written & illustrated by Louise Yates), My First Nursery Book (illustrated by Franciszka Themerson)
Snow White in New York (written & illustrated by Fiona French), Migrant (written by Maxine Trottier, illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault), Zombie in Love (written by Kelly DiPucchio, illustrated by Scott Campbell), Everything Goes: On Land (written & illustrated by Brian Biggs)
Spot It!: Find the Hidden Creatures (written and illustrated by Delphine Chedru), The Three Little Pigs: An Architectural Tale (written and illustrated by Steven Guarnaccia), The Police Cloud (written and illustrated by Christoph Niemann), Follow the Line (written and illustrated by Laura Ljungkvist)
The Composer is Dead (written by Lemony Snicket, illustrated by Carson Ellis)
Over and Under the Snow (written by Kate Messner, illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Penguin Classics Deluxe edition with cover art by Ivan Brunetti), A Monster Calls: Inspired by an Idea from Siobhan Dowd (written by Patrick Ness, illustrated by Jim Kay), Nicholas (written by Rene Goscinny, illustrated by Jean-Jacques Sempe), Wildwood (written by Colin Meloy, illustrated by Carson Ellis), The Apothecary (written by Maile Meloy, illustrated by Ian Schoenherr)
When I Was Born (written by Isabel Minhos Martin, illustrated by Madalena Matoso), Cars Galore (written by Peter Stein, illustrated by Bob Staake), Dogs (written & illustrated by Emily Gravett), Speckle the Spider (written & illustrated by Emma Dodson), For Just One Day (written by Laura Leuck, illustrated by Marc Boutavant), Moon Rabbit (written & illustrated by Natalie Russell)
Little Owl's Night (written & illustrated by Divya Srinivasan)
Little Owl Lost (written & illustrated by Chris Haughton)
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On: Things About Me (by Jenny Slate & Dean Fleisher-Camp)
Spoon (written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by Scott Magoon)
Spork (written by Kyo Maclear, illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault)
Stagecoach Sal (written by Deborah Hopkinson, illustrated by Carson Ellis)
Hansel and Gretel (written by Cynthia Rylant, illustrated by Jen Corace)
I Had a Favorite Dress (written by Boni Ashburn, illustrated by Julia Denos)
I Want My Hat Back (written & illustrated by Jon Klassen)
The Sea of Bath (written & illustrated by Bob Logan)
Dillweed's Revenge: A Deadly Dose of Magic (written by Florence Parry Heide, illustrated by Carson Ellis)
Stuck (written & illustrated by Oliver Jeffers)
Sugar Would Not Eat It (written by Emily Jenkins, illustrated by Giselle Potter)
basically anything from the New York Book Review Children's collection... but in particular: The Rescuers (written by Margery Sharp, illustrated by Garth Williams), Terrible Horrible Edie (by E.C. Spykman), The Little Bookroom (written by Eleanor Farjeon, illustrated by Edward Ardizzone), The School for Cats (written & illustrated by Esther Averill), The Sorely Trying Day (written by Russell Hoban, illustrated by Lillian Hoban), Three Ladies Beside the Sea (written by Rhoda Levine , illustrated by Edward Gorey)