So much fun remembering the first books I loved. What were yours?
As we ponder new ideas this month, I thought it might be helpful to think about the books we loved as children, as well as imagine the books we wished we’d had. Ideas are lurking in those musings. I just know it!
What books did you love most as a child?
- Think about the books that changed your life.
- The stories that resonated with you.
- The characters who still live in your mind and heart.
Whether you were an avid reader or not, I bet you can remember a book that really mattered to you.
I vividly remember a few books that enriched my childhood life. I remember my third-grade teacher reading The Giving Tree (by Shel Silverstein) and crying. I realized in that moment that books have power.
I also remember the impact Pippi Longstocking had on me as a child. Pippi lived life on her…
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