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nicola
Posted: Thursday, August 12, 2010 5:55:26 AM

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From your earliest recollection.

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nicola
Posted: Thursday, August 12, 2010 4:53:26 PM

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Nice T rex there.

This probably explains a lot (there is no such word as alot):

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I love this book so much even now....
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Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 2:11:48 PM

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I bought this book again a few years ago..Love it even if it is a children's book
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Several years ago I was walking around Barnes and Noble and walked past a table that had this book on it, needless to say I HAD to stop and go back and pick it up.


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Great topic here, and some awesome old books :).



I will treasure this one forever. I thought it was the greatest thing back then and still do. Two of my favorite stories in one!! My mom gave it to me when I was about 9 or 10. I still have it, my copy is in a bit worse shape with more wear on the edges and spine, but all the pages are still there. My kids think it's great that mom has such an ancient book from her childhood still, LOL.

The Berenstain Bears are awesome books too.
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Posted: Friday, November 19, 2010 12:56:10 AM

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Old Walt Disney Books


and still one of my favorites, however back than didn't make much sense to me but my mother insisted, lol


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I remember this and so many of these. Cool thread! : )

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my first novel at the age of nine -still have the book and have read it countless times -probably always be my favorite : )

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This is as close as I could find to the book cover I could remember. Mine was leather, old. I remember it, as my mother was taking a night school course for upgrading her nursing thingamabop, and she would sit at the kitchen table and read through this massive book. The cover of it was a deep green, and simple. I would sit at the table with her and read my book.



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I love this thread -thanks nicola -wish more people would post : )

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This was my favorite from childhood.

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Magical_felix wrote:


I was going to post that one!
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I remember my dad reading stories from this book to me as a kid. I would get so scared before he even started ... and couldn't wait to hear what was in store. book

Note: I was given these books a few years ago, and they are REALLY OLD (First Edition) ... Mine are a Two Book Set with a Case Cover, in a different color as shown
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And the funny thing about this one, since it's a physically large, hard cover book...I used to use it sort of as a writing desk while lying in bed, or on the sofa...for years later...

Heck, probably still when I was in high school...happy8





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I won this book in a competition for designing a bookmark when I was eight.



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I loved all of the CS Lewis Narnia books, but I think that this was probably my favourite...

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TopThis wrote:


I loved Mercer Mayer books
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I remember reading this a lot
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