Posted 9/18/2008 10:05 PM (GMT -6)
tongue  Reading was what I did most of as a child and still do now. I would read everything and anything I could get my hands on, a tube of toothpaste in the bathroom, anything.LOL
 
But I loved Nancy Drew and The Hardy Brothers. All of Aesop's fables. I loved books about horses and animals and history it really would be hard to pick out a favorite but if I had too I would say it was a book I can't remember the title of (lol) but it was about a beautiful big red horse and the little girl that cared for her. Not National Velvet. I also loved Jack London's' books.
 
I feel stupid that I can't even remember the name of a book but I just know I loved to read and I would always have a book with me where ever I went. Great way to escape when you have 2 younger brothers and a younger sister and one older brother. opening a book always felt like slipping away to a far off place and time. It was wonderful and still can be.
 
Good one Chutz.
 
toritoo   turn
Posted 9/18/2008 11:21 PM (GMT -6)

:-)  That is a great post!

I cant remember many of them, but this one will stick in my mind for ever.

I have a hardshell cover of it and its name is "The Giving Tree"  by Shel Silverstein.   I read it to my kids over and over!

Thanks Chultz :-)

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