Thursday, June 16, 2011

For you!

I have dozens more books to post but I'd like to hear a little about you!  What was the fist book you read that absolutely hooked you on loving to read?  Please post your comment at the bottom of the blog! Thank you!


Kate Evangelista said...

It was Daughter of the Empire by Raymond E. Feist. Started loving fantasy from then on.

Candace said...

I've always read and don't have a book that sparked my interest (at least that I remember, it was some childrens book). I think it was Outlander by Diana Gabaldon that got me hooked on time travel but other then that I don't remember any certain book that pulled me into a certain genre or anything. At some point I read some YA and now I've been sucked in but I don't remember which book did that.

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Jessie said...

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. I remember being absolutely floored by it. Still am. And for only being up five days, your blog is awesome! Found ya on bookblogs, and I might need to go to YOU for tips. I'm here: if you'd like to check it out.


V.C. Andrews Flowers in the Attic hooked me when I was 13 years old, oh god now Im telling my age lol.
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Larissa said...

Omg, I remember falling in love with Shel Silverstein's poetry when I was smaller.

You know when Matilda starts giggling and laughing at a book like in the middle of the library? That was me when I read Shel Silverstein's poetry. So funny and cool art with it.

But what really got me going to the library obsessively was Bruce Coville's science fiction and fantasy books. I love Into the Land of Unicorn series, The Magic Shop series, and the Eight Grade Alien series too. I still haven't finished the alien series, but I love them all the same. Oh and the ghosts series too. Gosh, that brings me back.

Nikki said...

I spent my summer at the library with my best friend..We checked out all the R.L Stine books. Remember that Mary? I was hooked then but before that was a romance book called windswept passion by Sonya T Pelton. I still have that copy!

Nikki said...

Thank you for all the great comments! And a special thank you to Nanny. She helped me get started!

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