Amazing Tattoos Inspired by Children’s Books

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Since we love a good story, we couldn’t tear our eyes away from this amazing ink inspired by Richard Adams’ Watership Down, featured on Neatorama. The emotional, allegorical tale has truly touched many readers. We’ve explored tattoos honoring the best of children’s cinema before, and the time seemed ripe to seek out body art that gives a nod to the world of children’s literature. Books for young readers are filled with incredible illustrations and memorable lines, and these devotees have celebrated some of the most famous titles in clever, nerdy, intimate, and permanent ways. Click through our gallery of amazing tattoos that reference the wondrous stories and characters you’ve loved since you were a kid. If you have a children’s book-inspired tattoo, let us know in the comments.

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Watership Down

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The Little Prince

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Where the Wild Things Are

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Beverly Cleary’s Ramona series

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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The Giving Tree

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The Chronicles of Narnia

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

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Matilda

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Eloise

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Harriet the Spy

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The Story of Ferdinand

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Dr. Seuss

Where the Sidewalk Ends

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Emily’s Runaway Imagination

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Where’s Waldo

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Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit series

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James and the Giant Peach

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Madeline

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Goodnight Moon

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The Nancy Drew series

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The Berenstain Bears series

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Harold and the Purple Crayon

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Corduroy

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The Velveteen Rabbit

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Charlotte’s Web

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Stuart Little

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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

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Love You Forever

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Strega Nona