Saturday, November 6, 2010

5 Sunday Confessions Nov. 7, 2010



It's time once again for Sunday Confessions. This is a weekly meme started by yours truly as a way to get to share a bit about myself and also learning more about you. Sometimes its about books and book related topics and sometimes it's not. This is all in good fun and I would love it if you would participate. 

This weeks topic is about books I loved as a child. There are certain books that I've read growing up that hold a special place in my heart. When ever I come across them they always stir up warm fuzzy feelings. Now that I'm a parent I find myself reading some of these books again and hoping my children will love them as much as I did and still do.  Here are a few of them:


I loved, loved, loved this book. Did I mention that I loved this book. I think I had my mom read it to me at least twice a night for many months. 


 

This is a great book. When I was five years old, I could think of nothing cooler than having a big red dog. 


This is another favorite. I loved this story. I must have read this book about 50 times. 


Who doesn't love Dr. Suess?  I think all of his books are great and my kids love him too.  


What were your favorite books growing up? 






5 comments:

  1. What a great meme! My favorite books as a child included some very simple picture books by Dick Bruno. :)

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  2. I just bought my cousin's little girl "The Monster At The End Of This Book." I so remember that from when I was growing up.

    The other book I recall is "The Poky Little Puppy."

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  3. I LOVED Monster at the End of the Book! I just recently bought it for my nieces! All of the other books are great ones too! I would have to say for me the most memorable books were The Berenstain Bears books and Wizard of Oz!

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  4. Well as a child I love a few books...1. SuperFudge By Judy Blume 2. Are you there God? Its me Margaret (forgot the authoer) 3. And as a preteen I loved "My heart belongs to that boy" forgot the authoe to that too...I try readint to my son and he won't let me...he'll keep closing the book and isn't interested =( I wish he had my love for reading.

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  5. The Mouse and the Motorcycle series, Little Critter Books, and Dr. Suess Book.

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