I've always been a bookworm and I just love children's books. These are a few of the books I have collected over the years "for the grandchildren." Just kidding, I would have bought them anyway. I do like to cuddle up with children to read them though. It's hard to say which ones are my favorites because they each say something important. For instance, in Rueben and the Quilt, the idea of a quilt sandwich is put into children's terms. Stitchin' and Pullin' was inspired by the quilters of Gee's Bend. The Quiltmaker's Gift was given to me by a dear friend (the same one who gave me the teapot) years ago. Do you have a children's book about quilting that you think is just great? I'd love to hear your ideas.