My Favorite Books As A Kid

Randomly, I was thinking about the books I used to read as a kid.  I was always reading and got really excited about those Scholastic book order forms we got every year.  I would circle all sorts of books and hope that my mom would buy them for me.  She would usually get a few, but I had to narrow it down a bit.

So, I wanted to share a few books that I read when I was a kid.

Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell

I remember I read this book in elementary school and we watched the movie at some point.  I still own it.

Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket

I absolutely loved this series.  It took a while to read the whole thing since I had to wait for the books to be released.  I was disappointed with the ending though.

Goosebumps Books by R.L. Stine

I was obsessed with the Goosebumps.  I even had a comforter and sheet set.  I read so many of these books and had many of the movies as well.

What were your favorite books as a kid?

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2 thoughts on “My Favorite Books As A Kid

  1. Arielle Joy September 15, 2014 at 12:32 pm Reply

    Omg I was exactly the same way about books when I was little!! Of course, you never really grow out of it, but now we can buy then for ourselves 🙂 My personal favorite series growing up were the babysitter’s club, sweet valley twins and the princess diaries. I was never a fan of the scary ones like goosebumps, but that series was my sister’s favorite!

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    • danielleelisemiller September 16, 2014 at 1:20 pm Reply

      Definitely never grow out of it…my addiction just grew especially when I was able to buy books myself. Lol.

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