Thursday, May 27, 2010

Thursday 13: Books I Loved Growing Up



1. Babysitter's Club series

2. Boxcar Children series

3. The Bridge to Terabithia

4. Encyclopedia Brown series

5. From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

6. The Indian in the Cupboard

7. Little House on the Prairie series

8. Ramona series by Beverly Cleary

9. Summer of the Monkeys

10. Sweet Valley High series

11. Where the Red Fern Grows

12. *Judy Blume - Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret; Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself (this list could go on and on)

13. *Roald Dahl - The BFG; James and the Giant Peach; Matilda; The Witches

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8 comments:

amber said...

There was a tradition in our school that every 6th grade class would have Where the Red Fern Grows read to them by Mrs. Meyer. You would always know when the 6th graders got to the end because we would see them in music class and their eyes would be all red and puffy from crying.

I don't actually remember crying myself though - which is odd, because I get teary eyed easily!

I am Harriet said...

Some of my fav's!!!

Have a great day!
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Hootin' Anni said...

Where the Red Fern Grows...I remember this one myself. And I'm ancient.

Mine is HERE if you'd like to make time to visit with me!!

GirlX said...

We must be close in age, because a lot of my faves are on this list! My top two are Judy Blume and Little House on the Prairie! Love this list :)

Karen said...

Loved Box Car Children and Ramona. Roald Dahl is one of my all time faves. Oh oh and I read "Little House in the Big Woods" about a million times.

Adelle Laudan said...

I used to hide under the porch with my mothers' Harlequin romances lol She hid them from my father. Very strict upbringing so reading was kind of taboo unless it was the bible.
Fun list. Happy T13!

Gel said...

We share a love of reading. Many I read as a child;my kid read many of these and/or I read them to her.

sunapeegirl said...

summer of the monkeys was definitely my favorite book growing up! I completely forgot about it until right now