"When people talk about "classics" in the book world they tend to be referring to books that have been around for many decades, that have had an impact on many generations of readers and can be read with the same excitement and interest today as they were when they were written."
(https://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2012/apr/17/what-makes-a-classic accessed 30 April 2018)
Do you agree with this?
What books do you think should be called 'classics'?
Is 'Scarlet and Ivy' a classic?
Is 'Max the Missing Puppy' a classic?