What's your favourite children's book

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Re: What's your favourite children's book

Post by Kibetious » 24 Apr 2018, 07:42

Seems to me that I have forgotten many titles of the kid books I read during those days. But I enjoyed the ones that had fragmented diagram cuttings that you had to rearrange till they made perfect pictures on every page.
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Post by Vlinstry » 01 May 2018, 14:07

I always make sure to read "The Tiger who came to tea" with all the kids I've looked after. I love it and they love it!

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Post by ShreeSaya » 02 May 2018, 01:36

Secret Garden and Faraway tree stories are my favourites

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Post by kaavyashanker » 05 May 2018, 01:34

I absolutely loved Mallory Towers by Enid Blyton. I read it back in first grade, and it sure helped me form an idea of how school works in general and the different types of people we meet at school. Helped deal with small situations we might come up with in life, and by using Darrell Rivers as a muse, Enid Blyton shaped her personality beautifully in the seven terms of boarding school. Definitely a must read series!

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Post by book worm1 » 06 May 2018, 08:03

As a young child, my favorite story was Mr. Pine's Purple House. I have no idea who wrote it. It was the story of a man who wanted his plain white house to look different from the other houses on the block so he painted it purple. Of course his neighbors all do the same thing, changing their plain white houses to other colors. I remember that I felt his disappointment at not being able to stand at from the crowd. such a simple yet powerful story for me.

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Post by Chantelliott-Coke » 07 May 2018, 14:44

I loved Enid Blyton, Hard boys and Nancy Drew, Archie comics and various Penguin books. Mystery, Suspense and non fiction were my favourite themes.

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Post by Gmdiamzon 2 » 23 May 2018, 09:53

The first reading book that has given to me was Cinderella so i considered it as my favorite book because i still keep that book till now its almost 18 years that i have that book.

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Post by palilogy » 10 Jun 2018, 20:48

The Butter Battle Book : Dr. Seuss
The story has such a strong message and beautiful illustrations. Strikingly stays with you forever.

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