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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    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
    I don't remember much, just the name of the series. By the way, you must have missed my OP which only mentioned that series, no other books (except Hardly Boys).
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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    My mother had a gigantic book of his I loved marveling over.


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    Because that's how divers enter the aquasphere - bass-ackwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    I don't remember much, just the name of the series. By the way, you must have missed my OP which only mentioned that series, no other books (except Hardly Boys).
    I read your OP but the name didn't click then. I had to put in a bunch of keywords in google to work it out and then had to check if it was the one I was thinking of - and by then I forgot you wrote it. Sorry, my memory is useless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I read your OP but the name didn't click then. I had to put in a bunch of keywords in google to work it out and then had to check if it was the one I was thinking of - and by then I forgot you wrote it. Sorry, my memory is useless.
    Yes, just like my wife who remembers every detail of an argument we had back in 2006.
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    Oh yeah, Charlotte's Web and The Sheep Pig. I liked those both.

    I think I enjoyed pretty much anything with animals in it.

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    I don't remember reading any kids books, other than 'Kidnapped' and 'treasure island', which my dad gave me.
    Also he read to me a lot when I was young, up to about age 12 or so. I loved that. He read all of the James Harriet books (All Creatures Great and Small), Isaac Bashevis Singer, along with others.
    Then I got into Shogun and that series, before discovering biographies of Schweitzer, Einstein and others. I loved a book called the Lives of the Great Composers by Harold Shoenberg, that someone gave me as a birthday present. I read that thing several times.
    Also: books about cetaceans made me happy for a while, when I thouight I wanted to be a marine biologist.
    Yeah, I read a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanton Moore View Post
    Also: books about cetaceans made me happy for a while, when I thouight I wanted to be a marine biologist.
    I did this, too. Had some really cool books, volunteered at Marine Land as a teen...until a dolphin bit my hand.

    I decided volunteering in medicine might be a bit safer.

    I loved mythology (mostly Greek, Norse, and Egyptian), astronomy, meteorology, and speleology. I also had this fascination for cook books, haunted places, and unsolved mysteries. I'm really bad at remembering titles so can only give subjects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    I don't remember much, just the name of the series. By the way, you must have missed my OP which only mentioned that series, no other books (except Hardly Boys).
    The Three Investigators - Jupiter, Bob, and Pete. Jupiter definitely appears to be an ISTJ. I have every book in that series in PDF format on my computer.
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    As a pre-teen / late elementary? I liked Nancy Drew, remember liking the Ramona series. A lot of individual books that I don't remember the names of anymore. (Oh, I remember really liking Watership Down and the Rats of Nimh books. And The Hobbit of course.)

    Actual teen, Dragonriders of Pern series by Mccaffrey, L'engle books, 'Dark is Rising' series, Lloyd Alexander, some fantasy books by Robin Wright (?) ('Hero and the Crown' was the first in the series), Anne of Green Gables series, there was also a horse series I read ('Misty of Chincoteague' comes to mind?), and I remember liking a series where the first book was 'Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry'. Also remember liking a lot of books by Cynthia Voigt. There's a lot more though.
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