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Old 08-28-04, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Your favorite Childrens Literature????

i am a fan of Childrens literature/young adult fiction at heart and my favorite authors of childrens books are as follows- Roald Dahl, J.K Rowling, Antoine de Saint Exupery, Robert Munsch, Lemony Snicket, Christopher Pike and lets not forget Dr. Suess!!!!!

Recommended Reads:

-Harry Potter and The Sorcerers Stone by J.K Rowling
-Harry Potter and The Prisoner Of Azkaban by J.K Rowling
-Esio Trot by Roald Dahl
-Matilda by Roald Dahl
-The Paperbag Princess by Robert Munsch
-50 below Zero by Robert Munsch
-Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
-A Series Of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
-Road to Nowhere by Christopher Pike
-The Midnight Club by Christopher Pike
-The Last Vampire by Christopher Pike
-Spooksville Series for children by Christopher Pike
-The Little Prince by Antoine De saint Exupery
-and al of Dr.Suess's Collected works, which iam sure you guys all know and love
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Old 08-28-04, 06:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I absolutely love the last vampire series but lets not forget that im a horny teen lol
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at 21 years old, i still believe im a horny 16 year old sometimes :P

Sita remains the strongest and most loved female protagonists in my heart. altho the last part somewhat lost me when she went to the starlight crystal, but Damn that Arturo for screwing everything up and giving her a way to alchemize her blood!!! Out of all her lovers Yaksha and Ray seem to be the ones who stick out in the story. Yaksha made me cry in the end.
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ya the last one was confusing. But out of them all I like yaksha the best.
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Dahl is awesome
I read the last vampire probably 8 years ago and I remember I liked it... maybe I'll reread it
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I loved the Last Vampire books....awesome reading I also liked reading RL Stine, simply because I could get through at least 4 books a day

Also love The Crysalids by John Windham (I think, all my books are at the new place and I am at the old place lol).

Other books I enjoyed - most of the 'required' reading in school, with the exception of the older stuff (I am not a Shakespear fan ).

Of course my library is full with all sorts of awesome books....lately I have been reading the murder mysteries in the Mira collection. Some are great, and not at all like those easy romance books (Mira is a part of Harlequin). Ok this got a bit O/T

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Dr. Suess---The Lorax
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"To Kill a Mockingbird" - Lee (I have read this book over and over so many times)
"Watership Down" - Adams
"Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh" - O'Brien (another constant re-read for me)

Not sure if it's much of a kids book but "Fifth Business" - Davies (pretty much a staple in mid to late highschool) is superb.
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Beatrix Potter's "Peter Rabbit" tales.
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man...i read comics and stuff...does that count?

GHOST RIDER!!! still have all the originals with John Blaze, and all of the second volume!

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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!
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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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personally I like "the gas we pass" better lol
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Dr. Seuss will always have my respect.

Adian, to quote family guy, instead of "everybody poops", i'd recomment "you're a naughty, naughty boy, and that's concentrated evil coming out the back of you'.
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