Childhood memories are priceless. I can remember sitting on my grandmother's knee and her reading books to me before I could read. No doubt you remember your favorite books from when you were a child that hold a special place in your heart and mind.

Today, on the Top 5 at 7:45, I'll highlight what I think are the top 5 children's books of all time as defined by Publishers Weekly.

The Top 5 At 7:45 airs weekdays on KGAB Mornings with me, Gary Freeman.

  1. The Porky Little Puppy by Jeanette Sebring Lowrey (1942) $14,898,341.00
  2. The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter (1902) $9,380,274.00
  3. Tootie by Gertrude Crampton (1945) $8,560,277.00
  4. Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss (1960) $8,143,088.00
  5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K.Rowlings (2000) $7,913,765.00

If I missed your favorite children's book from your childhood days, please put the name of the book in the comments section below.