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Top 10 Books From My Childhood That I Would Love To Revisit


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!



This was a fun blast from the past -- I was basically into cheesy horror books or super girly books about sleepovers and pen pals.

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  1. Oh my goodness. Zoey Fools Around...I remember reading that book! Your list has made me feel really nostalgic! Great choices. :-) My TTT.

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    1. I loved that series -- it made me want to go to Maine! I wish it were out on kindle, I really want to re-read it now!!

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  2. Oohhh...I think I read some Elizabeth books when I was in middle school! That cover is SO ringing some bells! Obviously I didn't keep them, because once I found my paranormal books, I stopped reading contemps, but I so read that one for a time or two!

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    1. It was amazing -- Elizabeth ran away and moved to London where she became a scullery maid!

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  3. I never read the Sweet Valley High books, but I remember the TV show a little bit, my sisters used to watch it all the time! I used to read a lot of super girly books too, my reading tastes have changed so much over the years! Happy Reading! :)

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  4. Oh I looooved R.L. Stine, but I never made it past his Goosebumps books. I wish I would've read more!

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  5. OMG, I never read Sweet Valley High but I loooooooved SVU! Nick and Jessica! Lila and Bruce (I think that's his name). And Liz and Tom! OMG I read alll those books. Goosebumps was another favorite and Aliens Ate My Homework.

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    1. I remembered you loved SVU too -- I never read any Sweet Valley High but loved SVU and the series after, Elizabeth, where she ran away to London and became a maid! I would seriously re-read them all!!

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  6. I seriously loved the Goosebumps books! My siblings and I all shared them when we were on long road trips!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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  7. I grew up on Trixie Belden, Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, Judy Plume, C.S. Lewis, and Anne of Green Gables

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  8. This is fantastic! I vaguely remember Sleepover Friends, I feel like I may have read a few of those. One of my friends was obsessed with Sweet Valley (Twins, High, AND U) but I could never get into them, though I read a few. And my brother LOVED Goosebumps! GREAT list, this is such a blast from the past!
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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  9. Omg, I feel like I must've missed out on some great childhood reads here! I don't even think I read a single one when I was little. >_< Thanks for stopping by my list!

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  10. I almost put the Fear Street books on my list. I'm not sure why I was so obsessed with them in middle school since I'm a huge wimp when it comes to horror. And yeah for Bunnicula!

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