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    Hi, lets share one of your favorite book, that can recommend nowdays parents or you were reading for your kids

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    Lord of the flies by william golding is one book that stayed with me from my childhood, it really sparked my imagination the idea of living unsupervised by adults on a desert island
    Ejector seat?...your jokin!

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      Originally posted by tex View Post
      Lord of the flies by william golding is one book that stayed with me from my childhood, it really sparked my imagination the idea of living unsupervised by adults on a desert island
      I've not read it but it's a book that has managed to stay relevant. Apparently it was written as a critique of an older book where almost the opposite happens.
      The Trickster On The Roof

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        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_We...of_Brisingamen
        DON'T TELL HIM YOUR NAME PIKE!!

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          Originally posted by Jimmy Mays View Post
          Hi, lets share one of your favorite book, that can recommend nowdays parents or you were reading for your kids
          .......And you?
          Ejector seat?...your jokin!

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          • #6
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            in my mind french book Martin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martine_(character)

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            • #7
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              Birthday Surprise -Fireman Sam i used love reading that book as a kid .

              Attached Files
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              Best Years Of My Childhood Was Growing Up In The Late 90's and the early 2000's . before the world went Mad

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                The famous five were a popular series of books when i was a lad, i remember enjoying them
                Ejector seat?...your jokin!

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                  Thanks for sharing. reading is my passion and job, has my blogg about reading https://top-mom.com/toddler-reading-guide/

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                    Originally posted by Jimmy Mays View Post
                    Thanks for sharing. reading is my passion and job, has my blogg about reading https://top-mom.com/toddler-reading-guide/
                    That's a really comprehensive blogg Jimmy, i used to read every evening with my three kids (now all adults) one daughter went on to become an english teacher my other is in advertising and my son does what you do!..i like to think that by regularly reading with and also to my kids that they took some inspiration when choosing there chosen career paths
                    Ejector seat?...your jokin!

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                    • #11
                      The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. We read this at primary school in maybe '71 or '72 and I then bought the 50th anniversary edition a few years ago, for pure nostalgia.

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                      • #12
                        The Griffin Pirate books by Sheila McCullagh. Recall reading them at Primary School

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                          Stig Of The Dump

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                            'The Gammage Cup'. I forget the author but I've always remembered the title and the basic story. I found it really absorbing at whatever age I was, probably around 11, wanted to go live in the book, but I was the same about Heidi and Charlotte's Web!

                            I should try and find it again.
                            My virtual jigsaws: https://www.jigsawplanet.com/beccabear67/Original-photo-puzzles

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                            • #15
                              This is a bit like Desert Island Discs, isn't it?

                              Difficult one, but I would choose something by Roald Dahl.
                              I've everything I need to keep me satisfied
                              There's nothing you can do to make me change my mind
                              I'm having so much fun
                              My lucky number's one
                              Ah! Oh! Ah! Oh!

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