Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The You-Can't-Just-Eat-One Authors on My Reading Journey



   


Sid Fleischman
Lois Lenski



  

Madeleine L'Engle



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Trixie Belden books








Edward Eager




   
Robert McCloskey

Andrew Lang's Fairy Books




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Orange Biography Series


 
Phyllis Whitney's Mysteries



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12 comments:

  1. I wish I'd Madeleine L'Engle when I was a kid. I have heard so many good things about these books. I guess I could read them now, too. :) Great list!

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  2. I remember the first time I read L'Engle. I couldn't believe how good it was and I had to go ahead and read it again.

    That never happened to me.

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  3. I wonder how many of these titles are widely available in libraries.

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  4. Great list! I remember picking up A Wrinkle in Time in the library but I never read it for some reason and ended up returning it to the library. I should revisit that book sometime...

    My TTT

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  5. A Wrinkle in Time still holds up for me as an adult... the rest of the series... not so much. :)

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  6. Oh, my gosh, Trixie Belden! I loved those so much. My mom gave me her old ones and I loved them all, especially The Gatehouse Mystery. Great list. Thanks for stopping by my TTT!

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  7. These are new to me, but thanks for sharing your journey!

    Check out my TTT.

    Leydy @OUaT & RCE

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  8. Great list! I love Andrew Lang's Fairy Books, brings back memories straight away!

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  9. Orange biographies! They are on my list today, too, but I just called them "The 92s" because that's all we ever called them in school.

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  10. Loved Wrinkle in Time, but I never read the rest of the series.

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