According to a poll to celebrate World Book Day, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is the number one book for kids – chosen by parents that is.
The survey by Sainsbury's asked 2,000 parents to name a book they would like their child to have read by the time he or she turns 16.
Roald Dahl's sugary number topped the list, closely followed by Alice in Wonderland, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Winnie The Pooh. The Harry Potter titles make several entries in the list, along with more from Dahl and Beatrix Potter.
Do you agree by what was chosen?
The top 20 books to read before 16:
1. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory- Roald Dahl
2. Alice in Wonderland- Lewis Carroll
3. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe- C.S. Lewis
4. Winnie The Pooh- A.A.Milne
5. Black Beauty- Anna Sewell
6. James and The Giant Peach- Roald Dahl
7. The BFG-Roald Dahl
8. A Bear Called Paddington- Michael Bond
9. Treasure Island- Robert Louis Stevenson
10. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn- Mark Twain
11. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone – J.K. Rowling
12. Matilda- Roald Dahl 13.
The Railway Children- E. Nesbit
14. Oliver Twist- Charles Dickens
15. Five on a Treasure Island- Enid Blyton
16. The Wind in the Willows- Kenneth Grahame
17. The Very Hungry Caterpillar- Eric Carle
18. The Jungle Book- Rudyard Kipling
19. Charlotte's Web- EB White
20. The Tale of Peter Rabbit- Beatrix Potter