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What book did you read as a child that you might reread as an adult?
I'm looking lately to supplement my reading with some childhood favorites -- mostly for nostalgia, but who knows where it'll lead.
I always enjoy revisiting Too Kill A Mockingbird, Little House on the Prairie series, Charlotte's Web.
I love reading kids books, it brings back good memories. I read Wrinkle in Time in junior high and have read it every few years since. I love that book.
I read 'To Kill a Mockingbird', some American short stories (Capote, Hemingway); some in translations, I keep on getting back to them
My fathers dragon, Peter Pan, Chronicles of Narnia, holes, the transail saga, the blind colt
Where the Red Fern Grows, by Wilson Rawls..one of my best childhood memories read to us in our English class by a slightly demented teacher who sat on her cushion and drank coffee from her thermos, as she doggedly read the story, bit by bit,each day, until its glorious end.. A fond memory.
Tom Sawyer and Swiss Family Robinson Life seemed simpler...
"The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton. It's the one novel (out of many) that ignited my interest in creative writing when I was a teenager.
by Leah Kennedy-Jangraw4 years ago
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by Lois Ryan5 years ago
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by Daisy Mariposa4 years ago
If you have ever read a book in its entirety which you reread at a later date, what was the book?Why did you reread it?
by GiblinGirl5 years ago
What is one book you think everyone should read?
by buckleupdorothy6 years ago
Do you reread books (once, twice, every year)? If so, which ones and why?
by Sarah Jackson14 months ago
TOP TEN BEST BOOKS (yet...)If you are a ridiculous, I mean...er, avid reader like myself, then you will read just about anything. I have a love of so many authors, genres and subjects, but there are always a few that...
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