TOP TEN TUESDAY | My childhood favorites | A Book Readers World

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the wonderful ladies from the The Broke & The Bookish. This week it's what books you would love to see as a Tv show, but i've done that one as my freebie, soooo I'm going to do my childhood favorites instead.

The BabySitters Club by Ann M. Martin
This was my top favorite of them all books. I so wanted to be a part of this club. I used to wish there were children I could baby sit. I think I had the most books from this series ever.

The Secret Garden by
Frances Hodgson Burnett
This book made me want to go to England so bad. I used to wonder how could a garden be closed? This book brought me to a different world of taste and adventures. I've probably read this about thirty times if not more.

Harriett The Spy by Louise Fitzhugh
This is the book that made me start to keep a journal. It was the coolest thing for me. This also made me try tomato sandwiches! Although I didn't eat them everyday.

A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L'Engle
This book was so interesting and creepy and a little scary. I enjoyed this. It gave me a different perspective on life. I have even read this to my children.

Mrs. Frisby And The Rats of NIMH by Robert C. O' Brian
I loved this story of rats being able to do things they wouldn't normally be able to. I still to this day think maybe there might be some out there like this.

A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett
This is one of the first books that i cried because of. This story was very raw for me. But alls well that ends well.

Little Women by Louisa may Alcott
There were so many adventures to be had in this book. This was another favorite for me to reread.

The Saddle Club by Bonnie Bryant
This was (is) such great series. I had wished to have a horse when I was younger but alas we had no money for it. So this series had to do.

Little House on the prairie by Laura Ingells Wilder
This is still a favorite of mine. Because of this series I use to want to live in a small house. And I still do today. They were just so close to each other through thick and thin. I wanted that same closeness with my family.

Charlotte's Web by E.B. White
This was a great book for me. i loves Wilber and his adventures with charlotte. After reading this book I wasn't so afraid of spiders any more. Yes, I did look for words in there webs! :-)

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