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    baby sitter's club
    ramona series
    fudge series
    goosebumps
    fear street
    a wrinkle in time

    and probably more i can't think of
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post

    My mother had a gigantic book of his I loved marveling over.


    Do you know why he always fell backwards into water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    My mother had a gigantic book of his I loved marveling over.


    Do you know why he always fell backwards into water?
    No idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    No idea.

    If he fell forward he'd still be in the boat.


    Sigh.

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    HA! I mean,

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    Roald Dahl
    Paul Jennings - a really excellent, off-beat, Aussie short story writer (he's basically the Australian Roald Dahl). I have about 5 of his books!
    Goosebumps series
    Detective/mystery books - there was one series I read a lot of called The Three Investigators (although it took some serious googling to work out what it was called)
    Narnia series
    Judy Blume - the Fudge series in particular, which I identified with way too much (especially having a nightmarish younger sibling)
    Morris Gleitzman (another Aussie)
    Bow Down Shadrach by Joy Cowley
    The Haunting by Margaret Mahy
    Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
    Hans Christian Anderson
    The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
    Under the Mountain by Maurice Gee
    The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkein


    I hated The Babysitter's Club BTW
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    Detective/mystery books - there was one series I read a lot of called The Three Investigators (although it took some serious googling to work out what it was called)
    Wooohoooo! Another Three Investigators lover. Who starred in those? Pete, Jupiter, and ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Wooohoooo! Another Three Investigators lover. Who starred in those? Pete, Jupiter, and ?
    According to Wikipedia (again, I had to look it up - it's been so long!) it's Pete, Jupiter and Bob. Bob was the one in the glasses and wore the leg brace.

    I just remember how cool their headquarters was - with those tunnels and everything
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    - Hardy Boys series. My uncle had about 30 of them that were original printings from the 30s and 40s that had been passed down to him by my grandfather. I ran through all of them at least two or three times.

    - Judy Blume series. I came to realize later that they were largely for girls, but someone gave them to me as a kid and I never knew it.

    - Choose Your Own Adventure series.

    - Encyclopedia Brown series.

    - Charlotte's Web

    - Johnny Tremain

    - Boy Scout Handbook. Practically memorized it.

    - Anything about astronomy or space travel. I learned to read largely by reading the solar system section in the world atlas over and over again when I was 4 or 5.
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