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I’ve decided to start partaking in weekly features! Exciting! I loved reading as a child, so this is definitely a topic that’s great for me (especially as I’m really keen to re-read some childhood favourites in the coming years). So here you go!
1. Jaqueline Wilson’s books. I couldn’t decided on a particular title that I’d like to revisit more than others, so I thought I would just list a couple of my favourites. So special props to Tracy Beaker, Lola Rose, Best Friends, The Diamond Girls and Kiss.
3. A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket. This was the first series I got obsessed with when I started reading. Definitely need to revisit this one!
4. Clarice Bean by Lauren Child. I was addicted with these books back in fifth grade.
5. Judy Moody by Megan McDonald. My friend and I used to read these religiously together when I was in Primary School! (I literally just called her to find out the name – I can’t believe I forgot them!)
6. Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery. Absolutely loved it.
7. Little House Series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I never finished this series but my mum and I watched the television show together when I was growing up. I’d really love to read this series (and re-watch the show) at some point!
8. Students Across the Seven Seas Series by Various. I read probably 7/14 of these books growing up, and I always felt super cool when I read them because they were probably just out of my age group. I was 9 or 10 reading books where people had serious crushes and sometimes relationships?! Ohhh exciting for me. A few favourites were Spain or Shine, Getting the Boot, Heart and Salsa and Pardon My French. I’d just like to pick one up in the future and remember what I was actually reading.
9. The Fairy Realm Series by Emily Rodda. This book was absolutely enchanting when I was a kid. Could not tell you what it was about nowadays, but I loved it.
10. Pigs Might Fly by Emily Rodda. I read this one over and over again when I first got it from a library book sale.