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    What was your

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    favorite book(s) when you were little?

    Definitely one of mine was Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Catepillar. The artwork really stuck with me. I loved the way it looked!
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    Corduroy, Harold and the Purple Crayon, Stuart Little, Bread and Jam for Frances, Curious George, Little House on the Prairie (all of them!), and all Judy Blume books when I got a bit older.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redchicken View Post
    favorite book(s) when you were little?

    Definitely one of mine was Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Catepillar. The artwork really stuck with me. I loved the way it looked!
    Loved that book! I also loved The Giving Tree.
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    I loved The Rainbow Fish and The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales. As I got older, I really liked the Secret Garden, the Beezus and Ramona books.


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    Idk how I forgot Babysitters club and American girl books!
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    I loved the hungry caterpillar cause I was hungry a lot! I hated the giving tree cause it was sad but also loved it. Then, Narnia and Harry potter. As a teen I liked John Irving novels and of mice and men (again with the sad hate/love).
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    Beatrix Potter!
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    I had a lot of favorite book series.

    Berenstain Bears, Junie B. Jones, Amelia Bedelia, Nancy Drew, American Girls, and Spot (the little yellow dog).




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    Quote Originally Posted by idratherbehiking View Post
    I had a lot of favorite book series.

    Berenstain Bears, Junie B. Jones, Amelia Bedelia, Nancy Drew, American Girls, and Spot (the little yellow dog).
    I loved the Junie b. Jones books!! I'd always buy three or four at the book fair


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    Oh and also Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Day, Where The Wild Things Are, Crichtor as well as Dr. Seuss books.
    "You will never completely be at home again because part of your heart will always be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of knowing and loving people in more than one place."

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