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Old 08-28-04, 11:56 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I am sincerely disappointed with EVERYONE here.... have you forgotten the all time greatest children's book? Why does no one remember "Everybody Poops"!?!?

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How could I forget?! LOL! Thanks I'm gonna go grab that one off the shelf!

I am still a huge Suess fan. Winnie the Pooh of course.

Beverly Cleary was another one. (Go Henry Huggins!)

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I never read many "classic" childrens literature, though of the ones I have read, and like...

all the 'Alive in Wonderland' ones (Lewis Carroll)

'The Swiss Family Robinson' (William H. G. Kingston)

'Treasure Island' (Robert Louis Stevenson)

'The Velveteen Rabbit' (Margery Williams) although considering it's "age range" it was a pretty depressing book...

and one of my all time favourites,
'Watership Down' (Richard Adams)


Of books overall, my current favourite genre is the OLD 'Gothic Horrors' and 'Gothic Romances' (Dracula and other stuff by Bram Stoker, Jane Eyre, Rebecca, Tess of the D'urbervilles, etc) I just love the old english and the weird words and stuff...

And interesting readings are the even older writings such as Beowulf and... oh great, I forgot the name of the one I really like... (oh, I actually haven't read beowulf yet... have it somewhere though)

And Shakespeare isn't too bad... love how he managed to change the english language...
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I like ruhnald dahl in the big friendly giant. Well I did. Only because when I was younge I did not know bunghole meant cave. And my teacher said something like the bfg went in to his bunghole. it made me laugh and the whole class laugh. We were stupid! YAH!
aww! how could i forget "the friendly giant"!!!!! hehehe Bunghole made our whole class laff too!!!!!
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Out of all the ones you have mentioned i've read the following:

-Harry Potter and The Sorcerers Stone by J.K Rowling
-Harry Potter and The Prisoner Of Azkaban by J.K Rowling
(all 4 Harry Potter books)
-Matilda by Roald Dahl
-The Paperbag Princess by Robert Munsch
-50 below Zero by Robert Munsch
-Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
-The Little Prince by Antoine De saint Exupery


I loved Christopher Pike and R.L Stine books :P (not goosbumps the "teen adult"ones.)
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Old 08-29-04, 06:32 PM   #20 (permalink)
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hey Melly!

haven't seen you for a bit

my new hotmail is squeekyboots21@hotmail.com
i got my new turtles and they are doing good, read my posts in the turtle forum, k? talk to ya soon!:rsmile:

the Christopher Pike ones ruled my life when i was in high skool, and became kinda a comfort in a way, sounds corny but hey?! lol
never really been into the rl stien ones for young adults but love the goosebumps series
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