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02/26/2012

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caroline hancock

For me i think i am still in LOVE with Sarahs key, it was so full of history and really pulled you in to the story, i LOVED it and the film for once was equally as fabulous, i cried the whole way through both

Natalie (QSOgirl)

I absolutely love the Chronicles of Narnia. I read them at least once a year, and I can't wait to share them with my daughter :)

Maria Therese

Oh it must be Rapunzel fairytale.. Love her long hair ♥

Dana

I've always loved Anne of Green Gables! I even took a road trip a couple years back to Prince Edward Island to see the settings!

Scrappin Shonie

My favorite books are Little House on the Prarie. I remember learning to read just so I could read them to myself over and over. Even as I read them as an adult they are great stories.

lea maria

I love the book Island of the Blue Dolphins. My mom read it as a girl and passed it on to me. Now I have passed it on to my little girl!

laura stewart

I always liked snow white

Cheryl

My favourite story is GB Shaw's play Arms and the Man, with the handsome chocolate soldier :-)

Ellie A.

For me I have forever loved Alice in Wonderland.

Trine Brandt-Lassen

Leviathan by Paul Auster is still a favorite book of mine!

MaryAnn  N

Fairy Tale...Cinderella was my favourite and my granddaughters.
Books..the Classics like Pride and Prejudice.
Movies..Notting Hill.

Mary Alice

I LOVE "Love You Forever"! It is the sweetest book and always makes me cry! All of my friends having babies get a copy of this book from me. :)

Brenda

Would love to win this! My favorite books were the books in The Earth Child Series from Jean M. Auel, starting with Clan of the Cave Bear. I re-read them so many times!

Rockermorsan

I love The Stand by Stephen King. I read it every summer. I've been doing that for 20 years!

Christi Parker

Beauty and the beast was my favorite as a child!

@drienne

I couldn't get enough of The Babysitters Club when I was young. I think I had them all! I would sit on the couch for hours reading them. My grandma would take me to the bookstore every month and buy them for me :) I have a lot of fond memories from that time in my life.

Angel Koch

My favorite has always been a chapter book called 'Adam of the Road', but I have to admit I read the Hunger Games trilogy in 4 days.

Angela H.

I teach literature, so I don't think I'm "allowed" to have a favorite...but if I HAD to, well, A Wrinkle in Time is one that I come back to over and over -- and it never gets old. Love it.

Noisette251

When I was young I loved to read
"shinning" by stephen king .... There will be my best tale

Jacki

The one book that I read over and over again is "To Kill a Mockingbird". Something about that book just captures me, and every time I read it, it's like I'm discovering it for the first time. Absolutely love it.

Kimber-Leigh

i can't pick a favorite...but two that i always reread are anne of green gables and the chronicles of narnia. :)

SueinMtVernon

One of my childhood classic favorites was Little Women. And as I became a teenager, I couldn't get enough of the Harlequin Romances. Such a romantic geek, was I!

Kirsty Riach

Being a primary school teacher, my favourite book has to be The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson :)

Margrethe

The first "grown-up book" I read was Isabele Allende's House of the Spirits. It sticks with me.

kellyk

oh I would love those!

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