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    Going back to when I was really young

    Frog and Toad are Friends
    Mr Brown Can Moo! Can You?
    The Cat in the Hat
    Andrew Henry's Meadow
    Gus was a Friendly Ghost
    Loveable Lyle the Crocodile
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    One of my first books was Where the Wild Things Are so that's always close to my heart. I loved the Goosebumps series (yes I will be seeing the movie for full on nostalgia) and Junie B. Jones as well. This might not quite qualify for children's book but I also loved Scary Stories to tell in the dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outta the Blue View Post
    I forgot about The Stinky Cheese Man! I remember reading that in school. I loved that book! The Goosebumps books were also some of my favorites. Night of the Living Dummy was my favorite of the series. These books bring back so many memories.
    I think my favorites were Night of the Living Dummy, The Cuckoo Clock of Doom, and The Barking Ghost.

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    Madeline.

    The Goosebumps series.

    Anything by Judy Blume or Beverly Cleary.

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    I myself read a lot of babysitter club books and (I think) friends forever? They'd write notes to each other that ended like 'yours til the rain bows' or 'yours til the shoe laces'.
    Being read to....my dad read my sister and I stories from Uncle Remus. Brer bear and bre rabbit. I still have the book and have tried to read it to my kids. Straight up written in Louisiana accent. I can't get the words out. Lol. My dad was awesome at it though :)

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    This is one I read as a kid eons ago. Its a German book about a pair of pranksters who come to a wretched end:

    Here's a reading of it so you can see the artwork:
    Spoiler Spoiler:


    And here's the wiki post on it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_and_Moritz

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    I don't know if it counts as a "children's" book but one of my favorites was The Outsiders

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    SE Hinton would count as young adult fiction I guess. I read The Outsiders too, but I liked Rumble Fish a lot more. That was a long time ago though. Maybe I'll take a look at it again

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAScientist View Post
    I don't know if it counts as a "children's" book but one of my favorites was The Outsiders
    I read the whole Flowers in the Attic series...and then continued onto more of VC Andrews other earlier series when I was 13/14. :x

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    Holy shit, I forgot about Rumble Fish. I loved that book. As you said, it's more young adult than children's. I loved the Outsiders, but Rumble Fish was awesome

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