#1
What books did ya read as a kid?

I absolutely adored the book "The Spider and The Fly" and "Where The Wild Things Are"

My reading comprehension however failed immensely at the time.

I used to draw myself in my favorite books and make up my own stories to the pictures... Damn do I miss that sort of ignorance...
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#2
There was a book series called 'Tashi'. It was superb.
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#5
The Fudge/Peter Hatcher series
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There was a book series called 'Tashi'. It was superb.



+ f*king 1.


I used to read the Pony Pals. I was such a little girly horse freak.


How ashamed I am now for that


Oh......and The Hungry Caterpillar

*runs from thread, cringing*
#8
Sleepy Dog, but I doubt anyone knows that
Fox in Socks...heyyy Dr. Seuss!
Eric Carle was good too
And The Rainbow Fish

And at an older age Animorphs, but still throwback enough to be worthy of mention I thought.
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+ f*king 1.


I used to read the Pony Pals. I was such a little girly horse freak.


How ashamed I am now for that


Oh......and The Hungry Caterpillar

*runs from thread, cringing*

The Hungry Caterpillar! Yes!
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#10
definately goosebumps.. tashi rings a bell though and i seem to remember liking it, although i have no recollection of what it was about... something to do with clouds? or am i just on drugs?
#11
The Giving Tree.
I wept.
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Put on some old ragged shoes.
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#12
umm goosebumps was big for me, but my favorite childhood book and still one of my all time favorites was THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH.

no idea as to why i capitalized that.
#14
You won't recognize any of the childs book I would call, because they're dutch..
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