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12 March 2010

Aloha Friday 12 March



Some of my readers know what I have been going through these past weeks, this last being the longest and most exhausting of my life. So today's question is going to require as little brain power as possible.

The question for today: What was your favourite book as a young child?

Mine was (and still is) A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh. I still have my original copy.

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24 comments:

Jennifer Leigh said...

I love the Sweet Valley Twins and SV High Series. I guess when I was really little I loved The Poky Little Puppy.

Mrs. Marine said...

I had 2, they were The Good Morning Book and The Good Night Book! I memorized them and pretended I could read.
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kailani said...

I can't remember what my favorite books were. :-(

The Gosfam said...

Buck Buck the Chicken, or Stone Soup. I also Loved Berenstain Bear books.

Dave Moody said...

Thanks for stopping at my blog. Aloha and I'm your latest follower. Sorry, didn't read much when I was a kid. I was always hanging out with my guitar teaching myself how to play.

TheAngelForever said...

Definitely Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. Oh how I wish the movie had not completely changed what the book was like.

Night Owl Mama said...

Are you my Mother is a great book I love to read to the kids

Cacai M. said...

Sorry but I can't remember the books I had when I was a child.. :-( Anyhoo, you are cool because you stash and you still have it as of now.. great!

My Aloha Friday

3 Cuzins @ Cuzinlogic said...

I use to like this book titled, Mud Pies. I'm not sure who wrote it and can't find it now, but I use to read it over and over again...

Kari said...

I had so many favorites, but, one that I used to read all the time (and still have) is Grimms' Fairy Tales.

Shelly said...

I loved the Babysitter's Club books when I was younger, The Secret Garden, and Little Women.

Happy Friday!

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Pamela M. Kramer said...

Snow White. lol

Amy A.K.A. "The Mrs." said...

Oh, good question! I loved reading anything by Judy Bloom and Beverly Cleary. I honestly always had my nose in a book. I wonder whatever happened to that love of reading. It's a shame. However, I'm considering getting some books on CD so I can hear some great, new stories. I always have time to listen to a good book but reading doesn't happen since my family, home, and blog keep me pretty busy.

((HUGS))

I am Harriet said...

I was into Madeline.

Enjoy your Friday.
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Janine said...

I loved Green Eggs and Ham when I was a little one!
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Tired Mom Tésa said...

When I was really little, I always loved the Pat the Bunny books.

Twincerely,Olga said...

Oh no I can't remember!! I am getting old!! Aloha

fredamans said...

My favorite book set as a child was The Bobsey Twins.

Upstatemomof3 said...

I was crazy about Nancy Drew!! I read those books all the time!!

Christy said...

Wayside School is Falling Down was my favorite. I wore the cover right off of it.

I also loved The Witches.

Charlotte (Life's a Charm!) said...

i wasn't so well-read when i was so young but when i was like 9 or 10, i started reading 'Sweet Dreams' romance novels

Sue said...

"Make way for Ducklings" as a young child and around 4th grade I read "The Phantom Tollbooth" I love that book and just re-read it again recently.

Whimsical Creations said...

I can't really remember. I know I loved Judy Bloom books when I got older. I also loved all of the books written by SE Hinton. (The Outsiders)

JamericanSpice said...

In my country we have the anancy stories. i loved those!