[meme] Book Blogger Hop: May 11th - 17th

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Could you ever pick a favorite book or is it like choosing your favorite child? Elizabeth @Silver's Reviews
Definitely like choosing a favorite child. I have way too many favorites to narrow it down to just one.

(Here are just some of my favorites off the top of my head.)


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Childhood Favorites

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Longtime Faves

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Comments

  1. I absolutely agree with Little House on the Prairie and The Giver from your childhood favorites and I also enjoyed The Handmaid's Tale and Life After Life. I'll have to check out some of your other favorites.

    Have a wonderful weekend. - Katie

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  2. I never got into The Babysitters club but I did love Sweet Valley High.

    Sophie Kinsella is one of my all time fave Authors. You should check out Cecelia Ahern too, kind of similar but Sophie's books are more funny romance where the latter is mainly romance.

    Angelica @ Paperback Princess

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    1. Oh man, I forgot about Sweet Valley! I didn't read them as often as the others, but I did read them!

      Adding some Ahern to my TBR!

      Thanks for stopping by!+

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  3. Quite a few of those books are on my 'to be read' list - especially The Handmaiden's Tale considering the amount of attention it's been getting recently! I definitely agree, it's way too hard to just choose 1 favourite book.

    Feel free to check out my Book Blogger Hop answer if you wish! :)

    - Charlotte (InkBlottings)

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  4. Oh yes. That's the way to go. They need company. One would be too sad all by itself ;) lol

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  5. The Giver! I really think that's one of the few favorite childhood books that still gets me. I recently reread it and then finished the series (never knew it was a series until Son came out). Still a great book.

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    1. I love the first one. I did end up reading the 2nd and 3rd. I did not like them so much. (The second isn't so bad because it's barely connected.)

      I feel The Giver ended perfectly and where it needed to.

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  6. Oh, how NICE that you broke down your faves by periods in your life!! LOVE that!!

    I have been wanting to read "A Wrinkle In Time" for some time now.....lol. I really should, too, so that I can then see the movie!

    "To Kill A Mockingbird" and "Mrs. Mike"!! are two favorites of mine, too. As for "Gone With the Wind", I would have loved it, except that I never liked Scarlett O'Hara. Lol.

    I saw the movie of "The Giver" and didn't like it at all. I guess I should try out the book, because the book is usually MUCH better than the movie!

    I need to check out all of your other books, as I'm not familiar with most of them.

    Thanks for sharing! Also, thanks for commenting on my BBH hop!! <3 : )

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    1. *^-^* I felt the need to because some don't translate as well into adulthood. Although, the ones above do seem to do pretty well.

      I really love A Wrinkle in Time. It does go a little wobbly at the end, but overall still good.

      Glad to see someone else who has read and enjoyed Mrs. Mike! That's one that most people I come across don't seem to know what it is.

      The Giver movie was ... okay. It's not the worst thing I've seen, but they definitely went weird with it.

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  7. I am the same way I have a ton of favorites books. Ohh I absolutely love Gone Girl and The Giver as well, thank you so much for stopping by my blog hop last week.

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