CHILDREN’S BOOKS SET IN ARKANSAS
Children’s books set in Arkansas have a special place in my heart. I lived in Arkansas for a few months as a child and continued to visit throughout my childhood. So many fond memories.
One thing I like about Arkansas, from what I can tell, they really embrace some of their local authors. According to the Only in Arkansas site, several Arkansas author books are required readings. They may not be set in the state, but I like the support. Popular books included on school reading lists include The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Arkansas-inspired classic, Summer of My German Soldier.
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What Arkansas children’s books will you find here?
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What are some Arkansas book experiences for the family?
Visitors to Little Rock Arkansas may enjoy the Hilary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library and Learning Center. It is part of the Central Arkansas Library System. There are hands-on facilities that include a teaching kitchen, a theater, greenhouse and garden, plus computer labs.
Here are some hotels in Little Rock, AK.
Traveling to Arkansas?
Check out the official Arkansas travel site before you go.
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Arkansas children’s books:
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The Spooky Express ArkansasMore Info
Night-Night ArkansasMore Info
Phillip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon MaybeMore Info
Where the Red Fern GrowsMore Info
Goodnight Little RockMore Info
Good Night ArkansasMore Info
The Lions of Little RockMore Info
Cookie Boy: Travelin’ ArkansasMore Info