Fall Into Books Reading Challenge Day 22

Posted October 4, 2018 by thebeccafiles in Reading challenge / 4 Comments

childhood

For me I have to go with the classic Boxcar Children. I started reading them in second grade and they were the first series I ever “followed.”

The Boxcar Children (The Boxcar Children, #1)

What was YOUR childhood favorite? Share in the comments below! 🙂


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4 responses to “Fall Into Books Reading Challenge Day 22

  1. I LOVED the Boxcar Children. Such a great series I can’t wait for my kiddo to read. My most favorite series as a kid though was Nancy Drew. Loved those books.

  2. Patsy Curry

    I never read the Boxcar Children but my daughter did and loved them. I read Nancy Drew. I also read a series of books about twins. They were about children from other countries or animals. I don’t remember who wrote them. My elementary school library had multiple copies. My friend and I would take out the same book and read them together. Fond memories!

  3. I think one of my favourite books was Pippi Longstocking. When I was in grade 3 or 4, I actually wrote my speech about this character. There was a series, but I liked the first one the best.

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