April 11, 2011 |
In: Cute, Random
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Oh how many hours spent reading
#11 and #23
What, no comic books?
Where the heck is "The Boxcar Children"? Let's face it, if you read "The Babysitters Club" you were reading "The Boxcar Children," too.
And, c'mon, anyone reading "Goosebumps" got their original thrills from "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark."
Ehh….I was obsessed with babysitters club and goosebumps and I haven't even heard of those.
I lost my copy of "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" a few years ago but my copies of the other three series are still in my closet.
There is not one book here that I didn't love!!! #8 and #11
Boxcar Children should be in here, too. Also, does anyone else remember the books "If You Give a Pig a Pancake" or "If You Give a Moose a Muffin"?
And "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie."
Aww… memories. But what is #8?
Thats babysitter's club!
I read Anne of Green Gables over and over and over. and over.
#24 I want to make sure that Henry gets his props. The whole Beezus and Ramona thing started when Cleary start the the Henry Huggins series. No movie about Henry or Ribsy?
Oh!!!.. Babysitters club… they werent very babysitters at all… and #3… haha
Wow, I volunteer at an elementary school library and I still see kids reading all of these books!
#16 – STILL a favorite book!
#23 – I had quite the collection of those! <3
Where are the Chronicles of Narnia?
A lot of the 'little kid' books I read from here, or had them read to me. But once I was really old enough to read chapter books I went for the classics, like The Secret Garden or A Christmas Carol. Though I did have a collection of the Goosebumps books. ;D
where is I Spy? I Spy got me through some troubling times
Encyclopedia Brown books were my favourties
I bet if I looked hard enough, somewhere in my house there is #7
The Secret Garden?
where are the lovely books by Richard Scarrey ???? I adored them as a child, my kids had them and now my grandchildren are enjoying them . .
Harriet the Spy, Boxcar Children, Richard Muncsh, Chronicles of Narnia.. Fear Street!! Is that RL Stine's other line? And I used to think the Berenstain bears were Jewish. I thought they were the Berenestein bears.
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