This week's Top Ten is:
Top Ten Childhood Faves
1. The Cat in the Hat - This is going very far back of course in my Childhood. I still love this book, I read it to my five year old all the time. I think I just really love the whole rhyming of the entire book. Dr. Seuss what a genius.
2. Sweet Dreams Series - My friend got me addicted to this series. She had me literally roaming every single Library in our surrounding area for these books. We would literally read them in a day and then return them to get more books. It was fun to share something with a friend.
4. R.L. Stine - This was pre-Goosebumps when his books were much like Christopher Pike's books think the Fear Street Series. I don't know how Goosebumps is because I've never really read them but I heard they were good too.
5. Flowers in the Attic - V.C. Andrews was really big when I was younger - seeing Flowers in the Attic on TV was a crazy movie. It's like did they really just do that. My girlfriends used to get me into these series and it's just like soap opera drama. I never got to read all of them and probably wouldn't have time to now but I have fond memories.
That's all for my list now because really I focused on these books a lot and they were all mainly series so I was addicted. Sure sometimes I'd pick up a Babysitters Club book or something along those lines but nothing could beat these authors or books when I was younger. Memories!
Here’s my Top Ten Tuesday post. :)
I read Virginia Andrews when I was younger too, and I think they were very BAD and WRONG books for a pre-teen to read! So... Much... Incest...
Good list and I know what you mean with series and being addicted. I did the same thing. I had a hard time thinking up my list for that reason and the fact when i was younger I hated reading. lol That changed!
I've never even heard of the Sweet Dreams Series. Fun list! Thanks for stopping by.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yes you are right Face on the Milk Carton was made into a movie with Kellie Matin.
I was also a msiive Christopher Pike fan (hence the Point Horror). I liked his sci-fi stuff too.
Emma @ Lost in a YA Book
Oooo! You like the scary ones. Even Goosebumps were always too scary for me!
Ah... RL Stine and Christopher Pike.. such classic thriller/horror authors in our childhood...
great list! :) Thanks for stopping by!
Michele | Top 10
I forgot about Flowers in the Attic! Great list - brings back memories.
Thanks for stopping by! I've read some of the books in your list as well.
Cat in the Hat! I loved this weeks TTT :)
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