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      Linda L wrote May 15, 2014
    • When growing up I loved reading Cinderella, Snow While, and Sleeping Beauty. Today the kids and I read The Ugly Duckling and after the story there’s a short play. They loved reading it over and over and understood the message of the story.

      The Little Red Hen and The Little Engine that Could are also favorites.




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      Tuliplady wrote May 15, 2014
    • Oh, I had so many books!  And so many favorites!  My parents didn’t have much and we didn’t have a lot of toys but we always had plenty of books.  And then I got to school and there was shelf after shelf of books.  Oh the wonder of it all!!!




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      Marya1961 wrote May 16, 2014
    • We also had so many, we loved all the Little Golden books, books that had nursery rhymes, and the dictionary...my mom would spend a half hour every day with us looking up words and their definition and spelling.




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      Tuliplady wrote May 16, 2014
    • Oh some of my Little Golden books were my very favorite.  Many of them got passed down to my kids.  And there are some books from my early childhood that I can probably still recite today.




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      Linda L wrote May 16, 2014
    • Oh yes, I purchased many of the Little Golden books at the thrift store for my daughter when she was a little girl and she loved them all. I still have them perhaps pass it down to my future grand kids.

      I loved the nursery rhymes and so did my daughter. These days so many kids are not familiar with the classics...




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote May 17, 2014
    • I wish I could remember but right now my favorite childhood books escape me. It’s strange that I can’t remember because my mom took me to the library every week in the summertime and I loved to read.

      Linda, I like that you use The Little Engine that Could with the kids. Great message in perseverance.heart




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