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What was your favourite book as a kid?

Discussion in 'Book Lovers' started by PriyaSrini, Nov 19, 2015.

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    Juniper by Monica Furlong
    It's a children's book, but it was had some very meaningful lessons, that have formed a lot of my ideology. The main character is learning how to use herbs and magic - and while it all seems so fantastical, the lesson she learns during her training - being aware of her surrounding, the sacrifice one must make to eat, and how to be more open-minded (rather than judgemental as she was in the beginning for the book).
     
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    My favourite read as a child were books by Enid Blyton. I was mad after Malory Towers stories, Famous Five, Secret Seven and Five find outers. I used to dream of studying in a similar boarding school and eating all that yummy food Blyton would write about in her books.
     
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    Enid Blyton's Enchanted Wood,Faraway tree,Famous five...I used to dream of such siblings and friends & places:grin:
     
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    I loved italian fairytale The love for three oranges, actually a liked all the cycle of italian tales, they were a little bit mystical) it was wonderful. The wonderful adventures of Nils is the best) I've read it several times
     
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    Enid Blyton ofcourse !
    And Fairy Tales
    In comics , i loved Richie Rich and Little Lotta
     
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    I used to love reading Malory Towers by Enid Blyton. It was a school series and not to forget the funny tales of Mr. Meddle and Mr. Twiddle.
    I had a collection of the Mystery series by Enid Blyton which circled around the mysteries solved by Fatty and his friends.

    Thank you for bringing back those memories through your thread :)
     
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    Tinkle digest and Amar chithra Katha was my favorite. Then chacha chowdhry, champak , gokulam were a part of my childhood.
     
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    Growing up as kids, comic books were a part of staple diet. My favourite was Tinkle.
     

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