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  • #76
    Re: What books did you read?

    Just remember some more. Read it yourself books with stories like the shoe maker and the elfs. Also choose your own adventure books. Had the one were the boy travelled through time when he entered a cave. Be honest, who cheated with them and always when back when the story was over and go to the other page??? LOL

    Oops sorry, didn`t see the book thread. My bad. Thanks for moving.

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    • #77
      Re: What books did you read?

      Last edited by Heather74; 29-03-2008, 14:57.
      Heather

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      • #78
        Re: What books did you read?

        OMG thats the one. I remember the way they drew the spy in it. Heather your amazing.

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        • #79
          Cheers

          You can buy it from amazon
          Heather

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          • #80
            Re: What books did you read?

            Also looking on the front cover the small pictures are inside the book and remembering them. I loved that book, took it everywhere.

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            • #81
              Re: What books did you read?

              you might find the 1000 questions and answers one here too.

              http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_...o.x=11&Go.y=12
              Heather

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              • #82
                Well loved childhood books

                I had a look through the catergories but was dissapointed to find no place for those wonderful story books.

                My personal favourites have to be by the author Enid Blyton, especially.....

                The faraway tree collection
                The wishing chair
                The children of cherry tree farm

                I have fond memories of these books and have passed them on the my grandaughter now, i hope she appreciates them as much as i did.
                Last edited by Heather74; 18-08-2008, 17:20.
                Whoever said nothing is impossible never tried slamming a revolving door!

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                • #83
                  Re: What books did you read?

                  My favourite books as a child were mainly horsey ones

                  The silver brumby
                  Black Beauty
                  Follyfoot

                  But also I liked the cat in the hat by Dr seuss, ladybird books, beatrix potter and the little black sambo which these days is very Un PC.

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                  • #84
                    Re: What books did you read?

                    Originally posted by huggie74 View Post
                    Well if you are sad,then lets be sad together
                    Well ill make 3 of us ... i loved em too!
                    Whoever said nothing is impossible never tried slamming a revolving door!

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                    • #85
                      Re: What books did you read?

                      The first grown up book i read was my dads copy of Jaws, its so much better than the movie, i was 11 at the time and it scared the jeepers out of me, i then went on to read Croc, Gator, Slither, Squirm, The Rats,Lets Go Play At The Addams, i must have read that book about five times over the years, lost my copy on holoday years ago and cant buy a new one anywhere. I then started on my mums Catherine Crookson novels but stopped reading them when i found a copy of a Jackie Collins novel, they made all the other books so tame in comparison, i still read any horrors i can find, the more gory the better. salemsmine

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                      • #86
                        Re: Well loved childhood books

                        Originally posted by justkim View Post
                        I had a look through the catergories but was dissapointed to find no place for those wonderful story books.

                        My personal favourites have to be by the author Enid Blyton, especially.....

                        The faraway tree collection
                        The wishing chair
                        The children of cherry tree farm

                        I have fond memories of these books and have passed them on the my grandaughter now, i hope she appreciates them as much as i did.

                        I've just been sent back to my childhood! The Faraway Tree - the most amazing story book ever for children - I know my mum has that stored away in her loft - must go rumaging - may have to read it again
                        Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn....

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                        • #87
                          Re: What books did you read?

                          Notable kids books for me (that I can remember of the top of my head) include:

                          The Silver Sword
                          Danny Dunn Time Traveller
                          Star Ka'at
                          Children of Morrow
                          Elidor
                          The Secret of the Black Hole
                          The Three Investigators series
                          Shadows in the Pit
                          Day of the Triffids

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                          • #88
                            Re: What books did you read?

                            I remember reading The Silver Sword at school.
                            The Trickster On The Roof

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                            • #89
                              Re: What books did you read?

                              Lady bird books for me
                              THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE TRUST NO ONE

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                              • #90
                                Re: What books did you read?

                                READ LADYBIRD BOOKS A PLENTY.
                                AND LOVE THIS ONE BELOW.

                                FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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