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I very torn as to how to express myself on a reading level of a children's age, as a child.
Q: What are your favorite childhood stories? (children's books, nursery rhymes, etc.) via Charlie
Reading isn't and hasn't been a life long love, it's sometimes a struggle for me, to make time and effort. Been that way all my life.
Sure there are a few books here and there that shaped my reading, learning, and perspective of the world. But they are pretty few are far between, some I wouldn't label as children's books. (I do not consider Harry Potter a children's series.)
The only series I remember latching onto as a young kid, in grade school, was The Boxcar Children along with growing up in a house full of every Shel Silverstein book. Here's some of the others that made the list.
Notable Mentions: Rainbow Fish, Holes, Green Eggs and Ham, Winnie-the-Pooh
What are some fond childhood stories or books from your childhood?