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A man's gotta eat!
Those books pissed me off because it gave you a chance to solve the mystery but the solution he used always had information they never provided. Been angry about this for 15 years.
Hardy boys, if you give a mouse a cookie, and berenstein bears
To die in ann arbor is redundant
favorite book growing up. It was the first book I read all the way through to the end.
Part of my collection of 30+ paperbacks dating back to 1958 and nearly every magazine from the 60's.
I read the news today, oh boy .. ..
About a lucky man who made the grade
Those were great books. The Three Investigators would've kicked the Hardy Boys' asses.
I was going to put Boxcar Children, but my buddy Corner Blitz just posted it.
Goosebumps was dope as hell.
My all time favorite is Where The Wild Things Are
Holy crap, +1. My 4th grade teacher would read those to us all the time. Great kids books.
Watership Down is one of my favorite books of all time. Simply fantastic.
I think I have read it 6 times.
How many were the oldest offspring/sibling and got this book?
Join Date: 06-12-2001 RCMB vBull #32 # Total Posts: 35,866
Sinbad and Me
Ha! I did a book report on this one.
These were the shizz.
I see a penis in the water, am I a gay?
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Did anyone else read this series? It was fantastic.
I LOVED the American Girls books--probably why I'm so into history now. (though the whole reason I got into them was because I looked like one of the characters)
I think every 90s girl read Baby Sitters Club or the Little Sister spin-off series--looking back on it, though, Karen was a little brat.
I also loved Sideways Stories from Wayside School and the Amelia Bedelia and Miss Spider books. And anything by Sharon Creech or Christopher Paul Curtis.
(And Harry Potter, of course)
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"This was a great Spartan day." --Walter Adams
Before you ask, yes, I am a girl.
Forgot about Sideways Stories from Wayside School!!
Damn! Just came to post Sideways Stories from Wayside School! Had the same picture and everything!!
Remind yourself. Nobody built like you, you design yourself.
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