According to Amazon's data.

By Sarah Begley
December 17, 2017
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While adult readers looked for books that would tell them something about the contemporary moment in 2017, kid readers were happy to stick with the classics. Year after year, certain picture books remain popular with the world's newest readers.

According to Amazon's Kindle and Audible data, the most popular children's book to give as a gift in 2017 was Giles Andreae's Giraffes Can't Dance, illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees and originally published in 1999. First 100 Words (2005) came in second, followed by a multi-generational classic, 1947's Goodnight Moon. Here's the complete list of the most gifted children's books of 2017, according to Amazon:

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