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    The little Prince

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    By Antoine de Saint Exupery. Another one of my favorite classics.
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    Oooh, we should do this thread as our favorite classics when we were kids

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    The Secret Garden
    Little Women
    A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
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    Quote Originally Posted by germanchick View Post
    By Antoine de Saint Exupery. Another one of my favorite classics.
    i love that story! i read it as a child, and then later in high school french class. much better in french imo. i even found a calendar for it one year.
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    I really liked that story too.
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    i like that one as well.
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    Awww I haven't read that in forever but I think I will as soon as I have finished my Whiteout by Ken Follett ( I recommend that one too, if you like crime and erotic from different POVs)!
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    I love that book! I had to read it in French too - Le Petit Prince.
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    love it too! read it in french class as well. it also contains my all time favorite quote: "i have to endure 2 or 3 caterpillars if i wish to know butterflies"

    i also have a t-shirt that i got in france with the prince on it and it says (in french of course) "all adults were once children"

    ETA: whenever i finally have a baby, if it's a boy, the room is being done in The Little Prince.

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    I love little women
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    Quote Originally Posted by fridayheather View Post
    Oooh, we should do this thread as our favorite classics when we were kids

    Mine:
    The Secret Garden
    Little Women
    A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
    I loved The Secret Garden...Um, what's the one called (It's a Chinese/Asian) ohhh with cherry's. It's a small chinese child that runs up a hill to collect the cherries and back down again. I'm drawing a blank. Loved those. Had a set when I was little. The Value of "xxxxx" it was Hope, Faith, Charity, Love, etc. They were wonderful when I have kids someday I want them to have that set specifically....

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