What Were Some of Your Favorite Childhood Books?

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  1. Lawsy

    Lawsy Hey, buttholes

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    My top three that I always chose for my mom to read to me before bed were:

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    I don't remember ever having books read to me as a child. I think my parents were too exhausted by the time I came around. However, I loved to read to my boys. We loved...
    Oh the places you will go
    One Fish, Two fish
    The Giving Tree
    Are you my Mother?
    Pat the Bunny
     
  3. Lawsy

    Lawsy Hey, buttholes

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    I forgot about The Giving Tree. That book always made me so sad but I loved Shel Silverstein.
     
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    So sad...I still cry when I read it.
     
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    My favorite: Where The Wild Things Are

    My kid's: Everyone Poops
     
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    I liked all of the Judy Blume books. Superfudge was my favorite. People still refer to me as Superfudge. I am not sure why.
     
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    Cat in the Hat I & II
     
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    I don't remember my parents reading to me but I must have read this book 20 times starting in about 5th grade.

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    ....and....

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    I remember really enjoying The Hardy Boys books.

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    I think I read the house on the cliff 5 plus times. My dad has the whole collection.
     
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    I just watched the Disney version on tv. Saved me a ton of time
     
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    go dog go

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    Oh man, I will look for that. I'd like to see it.
     
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    Fun with Dick in Jane.
     
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    The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
    Oliver Twist was goo too.
    All were book reports
     
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    Owl at Home
    Matilda
    Where the Red Fern Grows
    Tuck Everlasting
    James and the Giant Peach
    Where the Sidewalk Ends
    A Light in the Attic
    any R.L. Stine


    Series:
    Sweet Valley Twins
    Sweet Valley High
    Nancy Drew
    Encyclopedia Brown
    Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark