When we were kids, we didn't have quite as much technology as kids do now so we had to find ways to keep ourselves busy. The best way was to escape into a book and immerse yourself completely in some kind of fantastical world.
There were so many books to choose between when we were kids! If you were a big reader you absolutely would have read some of these!
The Baby-Sitters Club
Anything by Roald Dahl
Shel Silverstein's poems
Little House on the Prairie
Sweet Valley High
The Bobbsey Twins
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The Saddle Club
Choose your own adventure books
Magic Tree House
Robert Munsch books (even they just picture books you know you read them when you got older!)
Dr. Seuss books (Same as Munsch, you know you read those no matter how old you were)
The Chronicles of Narnia
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Which book was your favorite when you were a kid? Share in the comments!
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