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Story Book Shoes

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Hit the books and the streets with these fairy-tale inspired treads from Stride Rite and Converse. Turn your child's frown upside down when it rains by brightening up their wardrobe with these "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" Sunshine boots($38).

Every kid loves picture books so why not inspire their every move by putting their toes in these kicks inspired by children's classics. Eric Carle's beloved, "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" shoes come in all sizes for girls and boys. Other styles include "Butterfly", and "Brown Bear" all for $39. Check outStride Ritefor more information.

We also loved these top-notch Dr. Seuss "Thing One and Thing Two" and "One Fish Two Fish" shoes by Converse ($21.99 and up). These shoes are unisex, so no matter what your child's style is, they can feel hip in sneakers that are comfy and colorful. Start your holiday shopping early and get the book to match.

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