Robert Munsch books together, the Curious Georges, the Annes , the Raggedy Anns..but I never manage to find a way to keep them sorted for long, anyway.
I have a penchant for kiddie lit, and seem to pick up books wherever I go. I never met a thrift shop I didn't like, and when yard sale season starts there are "new" books to be had at every corner. My own well-worn copy of Linda Richards: America's First Trained Nurse is in our collection, as is my Fog Magic and Hans Brinker. There are dozens of volumes on each shelf that I could recite in my sleep (and probably do, for that matter). There are some that I'd read when I couldn't sleep--the literary equivalent of warm milk. And there are some that I drop behind the couch when the kids turn their backs ---stupid almost-namesake-Bears!--and pretend that I just can't find them.