I can’t remember what books I read under the age of seven, though given that I was in reading recovery, I would wage that it was not a lot. I blame it on the fact that the books where so extraordinarily mundane. The first book that I actually wanted to read was The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, followed by the rest of the series. After which it was Raymond E Feist’s Magician, and following series. I haven’t really put down the Fantasy and Science Fiction since.
But sail upon the wind of lamentation, my friends, and about your head row with your hands' rapid stroke in conveyance of the dead, that stroke which always causes the sacred slack-sailed, black-clothed ship Charon to pass over Acheron to the unseen land here Apollon does not walk, the sunless land that receives all men.
Some I haven't seen mentioned yet:
The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster (apparently a couple of people did, just missed first look through)
Wayside School Series by Louis Sachar
ValueTale series by Spenser Johnson, MD 81RWkS7c9vL.jpg
The Human Body by Ruth & Bertel Bruun
The Skeleton Inside You by Philip Balestrino
Child's First Learning Library Series 41v-Z3KzlkL.jpg