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project-blackbird:

It’s so nice to see vindication of WHAT WE’VE BEEN SAYING FOR YEARS.

comic books      i really want to open my own store catering specifically to this demographic     
floriffic answered to your post“Favorite books you read as a kid?”
Harriet the Spy, Narnia, Dorrie the Little Witch, A Wrinkle in Time, His Dark Materials trilogy, Polly and the Wolf books, Goosebumps
Oh, man, Goosebumps terrified me, but I couldn’t not read them.
deengoblue replied to your post“Favorite books you read as a kid?”
The Indian In the Cupboard series Where the Red Fern Grows & Summer of the Monkeys The Outsiders (most of S.E. Hinton’s books actually, but The Outsiders was my obsession) Ralph Moody’s cowboy books (Little Britches, etc.) anything even remotely dinosaur related Ira Sleeps…
I have actually never read SE Hinton, which is something I eventually am going to need to fix.
oddmonster answered to your post“Favorite books you read as a kid?”
The Westing Game, Moomin Midwinter, uh, and Warlock of Firetop Mountain.
The Westing Game is another of those that I’m probably eventually going to have to read but haven’t yet.
providence26 answered to your post“Favorite books you read as a kid?”
Brambly Hedge Series then Mists of Avalon
My mother read the Mists of Avalon.  Those were massive books, as I recall.
these are great      thanks everybody      anyone ever just want to drop in to my ask and tell me what their favorite books as a child were feel free     

Graveyard of trees: The milky green water is a natural phenomenon caused by electromagnetic activity from the lightning hitting the water’s surface surrounding dead trees
Photo credit: Julie Fletcher

Graveyard of trees: The milky green water is a natural phenomenon caused by electromagnetic activity from the lightning hitting the water’s surface surrounding dead trees

Photo credit: Julie Fletcher

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