The Top Ten Books of my Childhood (Pre-Teen/Teen) Years



This week's Top Ten is brought to you by The Broke and The Bookish.
I am little late getting this posted.

This Week's Question:
What are your Top Ten (or so) books from your childhood/teen years?

Heidi Johanna Spryi

Bambi Walt Disney's 

Cinderella Walt Disney's

Charlotte's Web E. B. White

Lassie: Finds A Way Irwin Shapiro



Little House on the Prairie Laura Ingalls Wilder

Mary Poppins Annie North Bedford; Grace Clarke





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Sandee said…
You've named some of my favorites here too. Excellent list.

Have a fabulous day. ☺
Linda Kay said…
Michelle, such delightful reminders. My favorite was "Heidi" and I named my older daughter after her. We went to see Cinderella at the theater last Sunday, it was very good.
Marilyn said…
All the Dr. Seuss books. I taught myself to read with the "The Cat in the Hat" book.

"Little Women"
"Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn"
"Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates"
"Gone With The Wind"
so many others.... I just can't remember. I was reading when I was 5 years old and have always been a good reader way ahead of other students in my class.
Amanda Holmes said…
I never read Mary Poppins, though I think I need to.;) It looks like a sweet book!
The Little House books are still a favorite of mine.;)
Dee said…
What a wonderful idea to post your favorite childhood stories. I remember reading some of those books as well when I was younger. Cinderella, Heidi and Alice and Wonderland. A few of the others, I either saw on TV or watched the movie. Of course, the book is always better... :)
Donna Stone said…
A good list! Little House, Charlotte's Web, Alice in Wonderland . . .
Thanks for sharing!
visiting from Literacy Musing Mondays
Michelle F said…
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Michelle F said…
Hi Donna,

Thanks for stopping by!
I have been researching your blog.
I like your interesting & uplifting material.

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