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My daughter's favorite childhood book was Mud Pies and Other Recipes for Dolls. She is now 19 and still likes to run across it on the bookshelf.

I'd love to hear what your (or your child's) favorite childhood book was!

This topic is at the top of my mind this week because I just released my first children's book: Beehive Reader 1. It's a collection of short stories for beginning readers. After going through the writing and publishing process (and working on the second book in the series), my eyes are opened to what makes a keepsake-type of book.

Please share some favorite titles!

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I liked Dr. Seuss books - and the book about the colorful fish that joined a school of fish to become the eye. That's all I remember about it smile


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My favorite was the Walt Disney version of Cinderella. Sheryl


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The Bus for Us and A Splendid Friend Indeed- by Susan Bloom

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Marvel Comics trade paperbacks such as the Rebirth of Thanos, The Death of Captain Marvel, and the Infinity Gauntlet. They were my favorite space stories. smile

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I always loved the books by Beverly Cleary and Judy Blume. My 10 year old son got a chuckle from reading Henry and Ribsy and Superfudge. While these authors are not new, their work is still timely and interesting to chidren.


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Where The Wild Things Are - Maurice Sendak I was always getting sent to my room when I was a kid but mine never turned into a forest with all those wild creatures. I love the artwork and I loved the whole story. I love that book so much, my checks have the images from the book on them. Now I am working on a book named. [url=http://www.drainmaster.com.au/blocked-drains.php]drain cleaning Sydney[/url] I am going to write it soon.

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All of L Frank Baum's Oz books. We all read them til they were falling apart.

Anyone who just knows only The Wizard of Oz -- and that from the film -- has missed a treat. Very imaginative stories and including plucky girls too. (Actually, now that I think about it, one of the most stalwart boys turned out to be a girl under an enchantment!)


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When I was really young Aesop's Fables but in Spanish since that was my primary language at one time. It was actually weird reading these to my son in English a few years back.

As I got older I loved Gulliver's Travels, Little Women, Black Beauty, Treasure Island. It's so strange to see all these stories turned into big motion pictures or animation now.


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My favorite childhood book was black beauty. It's an amazing horse. All most all of my classmates had read it.

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