Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books From My Childhood I’d Love To Revisit

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Top Ten Books From My Childhood/Teen Years I’d Love To Re-Visit

There are so many books that I read growing up that I loved and would love to re-read.  But I’m also sort of scared to re-visit them because I feel like some of them won’t hold up.  But at the same time, it would be so fun to re-read them as adult.  This was such an easy list, and honestly, I had a hard time stopping at ten, but then we’d end up with a super-long list, so I pretty much went with the first ten I thought of!

  1. Baby Sitters Club
  2. Goosebumps
  3. Boxcar Children
  4. Flowers In The Attic
  5. The Sweet Valley High Books…and all of it’s variations
  6. the Ramona books by Beverly Cleary
  7. Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison
  8. The American Girl books
  9. Pretty much anything by Lurlene McDaniel
  10. Sideways Stories From Wayside School
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6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books From My Childhood I’d Love To Revisit

  1. I feel the same way you do about rereading favorite books from childhood. I’m almost scared to do it, because I feel I have a much more critical perspective now, especially for the writing. I loved the Baby-sitter’s Club and Sweet Valley High (and Twins) books so much, but would reading them again as an adult sort of ruin them for me? I don’t know! Great list 🙂
    My TTT

    • I think I’m a little scared of re-reading them as an adult would ruin good childhood memories of the books, but if only I could manage to turn off the more critical perspective, it would be a lot of fun.

  2. LOVE the American Girl stories!!!!! Felicity was always my favorite! I want to reread them at some point! Happy reading! 🙂

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