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To start the day off, share with us one of your favorite childhood books. Mine? They're here. My first experience with eBay and PayPal was collecting this entire series (that I didn't already have), some of which are now, sadly, very rare.
My very most favorite book in the world when I was a kid was There's No Such Thing As A Dragon. It had a record that came with it to read along with that had a song as well.
If I had a record player, I'd totally be making a nostalgia-driven impulse purchase.
I had a lot of favorite childhood books that are coming back today, which is a good feeling! One of my favorite ones is here - The Berenstain Bears, I actually have the first book there - Go to Camp. Wow how time flies.
So here's one of my favorite series I read when I was younger. Awesome story, great characters, and believable (well, considering the genre) situations. And of course it started a book obsession that costs me the GNP of a small nation today. Oh well...
Hey Andy - I think I read at least one of those The title reminds me of another series by Jennifer Roberson that I liked called Sword Dancer.
Funny that I've mentioned her twice since are those only books by her that I've read.
I think the author I've read the most by is Stephen King.
Amanda- Yeah, I've heard of that series as well...I may actually own some of them....I have far too many books and things get...misplaced.
Stephen King is always a good read. I really loved the Dark Tower series and it's off shoots. The Talisman and Black House we're really good for that.
I'm also a big Dean Koontz fan. He's like a less dark Stephen King and usually has a positive ending. Which is nice in nowadays. And the Wheel of Time series, and anything by Brandon Sanderson, and...yeah. Way too many books.
Amanda - see you later!
Andy - Dark Tower is, in my opinion, the magnum opus of Stephen King. I made the mistake of introducing it to a friend one time. She stole three of my books!
If we're going to bring more mature books into this, I'd have to recommend Terry Pratchett's Discworld series!