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    The Eighth Colour Octarine's Avatar
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    I've just remembered the "Tomorrow when the war began" series by John Marsden. Of course the last two books in the series actually sucked.
    You guys probably won't be familiar unless you are Aussie/NZ.

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    Protocol Droid Athenian200's Avatar
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    I read a lot of Dr. Seuss books, if not all of them. I also read the books in the Childcraft series. On my own. I liked reading the dictionary. There was also Curious George, among other things.

    Of course, I would also read some Golden Books, but I lost interest in those very soon after learning the basics of how to read.

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    Stig of the Dump springs to mind.

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    A best of is really, really hard, but some just get to you more than others.
    Some of the first favorite books of the very little herring:

    The very hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle

    Something by Richard Scarry (don't remember the title)

    I Am Me by Mira Lobe, the story of a little craeture thatis like no other animal and takes a while to learn that that's okay

    later on (Mostly Germans will know these):

    Also Kalle Blomquist (aka Bill Bergson) and Ronia the Robber's Daughter by Astrid Lindgren and Jim Knopf (aka Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver) by Michael Ende.

    All of these will one day be read to my future kids, whether they like it or not. Mua hua hau!

    Then as I started reading on my own rather than being read to it was mostly adventure stories and/or stories that took place in foreign cultures or different eras with kids being thrown into adult situations. And then there was this collection of real historic adventures (like parts from the log book of Columbus, the story a nobleman who nearly got executed during the French revolution, the report of a doctor who treated the infamous prisoner with the iron mask, etc.)..I loved it.

    Edit: Also a youth magazine' s series on science and history (still trying to get my hands on some copies again). And then there was loads of Karl May, Around The World In 80 Days (I loved Phileas Fogg) and The Three Musqueteers by Alexandre Dumas. We three kids used to play musqueteers, I was usually Athos (or Mylady de Winter, she was badass), my sister was Porthos and my brother d' Artagnon. We had no Aramis.

    What an oldfashioned childhood that was considering there was Nintendo around already!
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    Ingen kramar Plåt-Laban.

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    Default Under ten years of age I liked,

    The Amelia Bedelia books:

    Mrs. Piggle Wiggle books:

    Dr. Seuss books:

    and Freckle Juice by Judy Blume.

    The Poky Little Puppy

    Three Little Kittens

    I know there were others, but I can't remember many until my middle school years.
    "The views of absolutists and purists everywhere should be noted in fierce detail, then meticulously and thoroughly printed onto my toilet paper ply."

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    Klingon Warrior Princess Patches's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    The Poky Little Puppy
    Holllllllllyyyy shit. This just made me nostalgia hard. My grandmother had that book at her house.
    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman


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    Starcrossed Seafarer Aquarelle's Avatar
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    DRUMMER HOFF!! YES! "Drummer Hoff fired it off."

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    Harold and the Purple Crayon
    Caps for Sale
    Yes! Loved Harold. Still have my copy. We never had Caps for Sale when I Was kid, but I used to get it from the library all the time. I recently purchased a copy for myself.

    "You monkeys, you! Give me back my caps!"
    Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    Holllllllllyyyy shit. This just made me nostalgia hard. My grandmother had that book at her house.
    "The views of absolutists and purists everywhere should be noted in fierce detail, then meticulously and thoroughly printed onto my toilet paper ply."

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    Symbolic Herald Vasilisa's Avatar
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    What Your Favorite Kids Book Then Says About You Now

    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    So many good ones have already been listed. I also especially loved The Secret Garden and.... The Alice books
    Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll - There are eighteen different kinds of tea in your kitchen, and plenty of herbs.

    The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett - You may or may not be that lady who talks to her plants.

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