Most Loved Children’s Books (Infographic)

The month of March is considered National “March into Literacy” Month, and was created to promote reading among children. Literacy Month and its sponsor, Toys for Tots Literacy Program, work to increase opportunities for our nation’s most economically disadvantaged children by providing them with access to resources that can improve their ability to both read and communicate effectively.

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Since 2008, the literacy program has delivered more than 1 million books to hundreds of thousands of less fortunate children. In an effort to support “March into Literacy” Month and our youth, we have created a both fun and informative infographic, “The Most Loved Children’s Books.” In it, USC Rossier has recounted their favorite books as a way to celebrate children’s literature throughout the years. Help students reach their potential and create a lifelong love of reading by sharing this infographic. We encourage you to help UCS Rossier spread the importance of reading to our youth! The original infographic image source is:

Most Loved Children


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About Joseph C. Kunz, Jr.

Author, self-publisher, educator, infopreneur, small-business manager and marketing expert, husband, and father of twins. Kunz is also a digital-media junkie fascinated by the intersection of media, design, education, and technology. Kunz is the founder of Dickson Keanaghan, LLC, a medical training and publishing company. Kunz shares his self-publishing and small-business management experiences on his blog at
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2 Responses to Most Loved Children’s Books (Infographic)

  1. Erika Phyall says:

    Dear Joseph,

    I hope this message finds you well! My name is Erika Phyall, and I’m the Community Relations Manager for the USC Rossier School of Education.

    I stumbled across the above article,, and I understand that one of our infographics was previously used, Most Loved Children’s Book in your blog post. Your site is such a great resource for individuals in the financial learning community, and I am excited to see that our graphic is a good fit for your blog!

    One question that I have: I noticed there isn’t a link to the website where the infographic was originally created (thank you for including the link to the designer)— do you think it would be possible to add that in (just in case someone is interested in reading the original article)? The original infographic image source is:

    Your site is such a great resource, and I’d love for your readers to be able to find more information if they choose to.

    Thanks so much for your consideration and time!

    Erika Phyall
    Community Relations Manager | USC Rossier Online | 213-234-2620
    Twitter | @USCTeacher

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