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Monday, March 8, 2010

Monday's Question of the Day!

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Question: What was your favorite book(s) when you were younger?

My Answer: Well, I didn't start actually reading for pleasure until about 13 years old. I was a big fan of R.L. Stine books, I pretty much collected a lot of them. And still to this day I enjoy a nice "scary" book, I guess it sticks with you as you grow older.

I'd love to know your answers, so leave me a comment :)

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Kari (Flamingo1325) said...

I agree with the RL Stine books... I also read the Boxcar kids in elementary school... and Babysitter's Club. But my favorite was definitely Mr. Popper's Penguins and/or The Wainscott Weasel. =)

My 5 Monkeys(Julie) said...

I loved christopher pike books and I remember this book as my favorite-- The girl with the silver eyes. I also read the Sweet Valley High along with Nancy drew books..But I think the series I read and loved was Christopher Pike. He was the man.( dating myself and I'm not that old)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

The Chronicles of Narnia was a staple, as was Watership Down.
Hate to admit it, but the Stine books were long after my childhood. LOL

LunaMoth said...

My favorite (and only) book i had when i was younger was one that was called something like "native american and other stories from around the world" it was full of legends, myths, folklore i LOVED it i read it every night it was hardover and purple and i cannot find it anywhere now! i wish i could hahaha.

JAD said...

My favorite book was Elric of Melniboné by Michael Moorcock. It was the first real fantasy novel I'd read and it jut blew me away. To this day, it's still my #1 favorite series. :)

slommler said...

My favorite books were The Bobbsey Twins series. Don't know who wrote them but they were quite entertaining. This totally dates me I know. LOL!

Raspberry said...

My dad read me Lord of The Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia.
On my own I read the Anne of Green Gables series (always a favorite) and sneaked the Sweet Valley High books. :)

Kelsey said...

I used to love the Animal Ark series & Nancy Drew :)

iluvhersheys_andbooks said...

Nancy Drew Mysteries all the way!!!

Lea said...

Hmm, either the first Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot (I started reading late in elementary), or Nancy Drew books. Can't go wrong with Nancy ;)

Rheanna said...

I loved the Babbysitters Club books, and The Ramona series of books. I do believe somewhere in my mothers house she still has every single book packed up and waiting for me to officially settle in (to my own house).

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Alyssa Kirk @ Teens Read and Write said...

When I was running out of YA to read at the young age of 10 or so, my mom gave me Lightning and also Watchers by Dean Koontz - both adult books but I loved them! They still remain as two of my favorite books!

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