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March 23, 2007

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Are You My Mother by P.D. Eastman? Someone gave the board book version to my daughter when she was born. At first she just loved to chew on it. As time went by though she wanted it to be read to her and then she started to read it herself. It has been read OVER, and Over and OVER!

Hi, Kelly! Are You My Mother? was one I liked when I was little, too.

The five books in the Prydain series by Lloyd Alexander. They are totally falling apart (pages falling out, spines split all the way open half-way up the books on a couple, etc.). One is almost unreadable at this point. I've read them every six months or more since I was seven (we figured about forty times). They are probably my favorite books ever and I'm reading through them with my husband right now since he never read them (he's loving them too!). I really need new copies, but I can't bear to part with mine!

Katie, I need to read those, too! Thanks for the idea.

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