Good Reading

“Good books, like good friends, are few and chosen; the more select, the more enjoyable.” -Louisa May Alcott

While Alice in Wonderland will always be my favorite childhood book, there are so many others that stand out, too. The Betsy-Tacy series is one I read over and over again. Watching Betsy, Tacy and Tib grow up as the series progressed always thrilled me. I was obsessed with Little House books, as well. When the books became a tv show, it was so much fun to see Ma, Pa, Mary and Laura come to life on the screen!

Trixie Belden was another favorite.She was always stumbling into mysteries and I loved her fearlessness, especially since I related more to her best friend, Honey, who was quieter. In fact, I usually played the quiet side kick in real life so it’s not surprise I was drawn to my counterparts in my favorite books. I could never be Nancy Drew, but I was the best Bess, her best friend, that you would find!

The books that I owned were well-worn from being read over and over again. And the ones I borrowed from the library? I would love to find out how many times I checked them out! Books and reading were definitely the highlight of my childhood and I can’t imagine life without them.

This list really is endless! (And it’s supposed to be my favorite childhood book…)

What’s your favorite childhood book(s)?

-Kat

 

5 thoughts on “Good Reading

  1. OH yes books have been my friends for sooooo long and will be a forever friend and like you I definitely can’t just pick one! Little House on the Prairie, oh yes! I read Trixie Belden too and yes Nancy Drew, gotta love Bess. 🙂
    I am not sure if you saw my post that I did on books a short while ago. Here is the link if you missed it. Gives some of my favorites. 🙂 https://joyroses13.wordpress.com/2018/05/14/what-is-your-title/

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