Oct 16, 2013

My First Loves {the.book.chat.}

This week's book chat topic was suggested by Danielle of This Picture Book Life.  I love this idea of sharing the books that started it all.  Thank you, Danielle, for the awesome topic idea!  Please go over and check out Danielle's blog and send her some love today.

The first books I loved...







That was fun.

What were some of your favorite firsts?

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9 comments:

Megan C. Stroup said...

I love Amelia Bedelia! I would have totally forgotten about her. One of my favorites that I can remember:

"Amelia, bear left!"
(Amelia turns right.)
"Amelia, I said left!"
"You said there was a bear to the left. I didn't want to go left."
"No, BEAR left!"
"Oh, the bear left? Why didn't you say so?"
Or something like that. ;)

Chantal said...

I used to read Ella Enchanted about 5 times a year, I loved it that much. I actually re-read it a couple years ago and it was just like I remembered! I can't wait to read it to my daughter.

Dara @ Not In Jersey said...

my daughter has read matilda and little women and of course ameila bedelia! she's read some of the american girl books and I remember reading them too. I love that she reads books that were around when I was a kid too.

Jahzeiah Gadiano said...

I have not read Matilda but I have seen the movie (I know, shame on me =_=). Amelia Bedelia<3

Brighton Harper said...

I loved the American Girl Series! The librarian at my school loved them too and we had almost every one of the series on the shelves. My favorite girls were Kirsten and Samantha, I even had the dolls at one time. I love this topic :)

Erinn C.D. said...

I loved American Girl doll books! Kirsten was the doll I had :)

danielle said...

Good taste from a young age, Jessica! I confess I have not yet read Matilda, but I recently bought it. It's one Dahl book I completely missed out on but if/when the musical comes to Los Angeles, I must be prepared. :)

Stefani Leavitt said...

I remember being in love with The Secret Garden...I think it was the first "real" chapter book I read! Love your firsts, though - can't wait to introduce good ones to my daughter!

Stef
Barefoot Adventures

Stefani Leavitt said...

I remember being in love with The Secret Garden...I think it was the first "real" chapter book I read! Love your firsts, though - can't wait to introduce good ones to my daughter!

Stef
Barefoot Adventures

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