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    I used to love Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein, that was the 1st long book at read at age 7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Skin Child
    Anyway, has anyone mentioned Holes? Brilliant book for kids and adults.
    My son and I are halfway through Holes. We are having a great time! He has been asking to go to bed early lately so we can get an extra chapter in each night.
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    I loved loved Little House on the Parire series.

    I grew up loving as a kid

    [B]Bumps in the Night

    Something Queer is Going On

    Jasper Jones

    Any Richard Scarry Books

    Encyclopedia Brown

    Meg Mystery Series

    Babysitters Club

    Sweet Valley High and Sweet Valley Twins

    Mom, Youre Fired by Nancy Robinson

    Blubber by Judy Blume

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    Freckle Juice - Judy Blume
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    Okay, I have stated that my all-time favorite book EVER is "The Monster at the End of This Book." A few years ago, I discoverd the companion piece, "Another Monster At The End of This Book," starring Grover and Elmo. Well, lo and behold, at a toy show I went to recently, I discovered and purchased another companion piece entitled, "Oscar's Book." It is the same style of "try to get you to not read this book" book that kids (like me! ) love. It is delightful and heartily recommended with 2 thumbs way way up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlett530
    Okay, I have stated that my all-time favorite book EVER is "The Monster at the End of This Book." A few years ago, I discoverd the companion piece, "Another Monster At The End of This Book," starring Grover and Elmo. Well, lo and behold, at a toy show I went to recently, I discovered and purchased another companion piece entitled, "Oscar's Book." It is the same style of "try to get you to not read this book" book that kids (like me! ) love. It is delightful and heartily recommended with 2 thumbs way way up.
    That was one of my fav books also.
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    I really loved Judy Blume, Beverly Cleary, the Babysitters Club and Sweet Valley Twins/ High.

    I also really liked the Girls of Canby Hall series, although I haven't ever found anyone else who read them!

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    Where the Wild Things Are - Maurice Sendak
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    Chicken Soup with Rice...also by Sendak

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    The Series of Unfortunate Events series, as well as the Harry Potter series are some of the best children books I've ever read, although both of them are appropriate for different age groups, the latter being more so.

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