Friday, July 3, 2015

Feature and Follow (#6)


 







Happy Friday everyone!

Parajunkee and Allison Can Read are the two hosts of Feature and Follow. The goal of the Feature and Follow is to meet new bloggers in the world of book blogging and earn some new followers :)


The awesome thing about this feature is that when you follow me I will follow you, and vice versa.  I want to know a couple of things before you leave my little corner. First, let me know if you are a new or old follower. I want to get to know all of you who take the time to visit my blog. Second, I know I mentioned above to either follow me on Bloglovin or Email, but feel free to follow me on Twitter, Google+, and I'm now on Facebook and Instagram. You can follow me on one or all of them, just let me know where you followed me :)  I lied, one last thing, make sure you leave your link so I can come visit :) I look forward to reading all of your blogs!

This Week's Question Is...

What is the first book you remember reading? Question asked by Bookish Findings

Oh gosh this one is a little hard. I read a lot of books now, but when I was little I flew through all the books for my age. I think the ones that pop up right away are the Little Prairie books, the Main Street series by Ann M. Martin, and a book about a family of Mallard ducks in a park in Boston (I don't know). And if you want me to really think back then I will mention the Winnie-the-Pooh books and Beatrix Potter books. I can't forget Dr. Seuss either! Oh! There was the Nancy Drew series too! I started those pretty young. Oh wait, the question was asking for my first book that I remember...it would be a tie between the Winnie-the-Pooh books and Beatrix Potter books. Well, depending on who you ask. If you ask my mom she would say Beatrix Potter, but if you asked me I would say Winnie-the-Pooh :) 

What was the first book that you remember reading? 

20 comments:

  1. Sounds great! Do check out my FF: http://bookstopcorner.blogspot.in/2015/07/feature-follow-15-my-first-ever-book.html

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    1. Thank you! I definitely will come and visit :)

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  2. Oh wow! Nice! I can't remember too many children's books I read first. A lot of those Little Golden Books were in the mix and naturally, I forgot to mention those in my post! LOL!

    Here's my Follow Friday

    Have a GREAT day!

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    1. I definitely read a ton of the Little Golden Books! We had such a large stack, but I think we have donated most of them by now which makes me so said :( I know how you feel! As I'm visiting everybody's posts, I'm realizing how many books I forgot to include or just forgot about in general!

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  3. Dr. Seuss is a staple in our house!! We love him :)

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    1. I still read Dr. Seuss books! Our Dr. Seuss books are probably the only children's books we haven't donated yet. It's practically a guarantee that you will smile and laugh while reading his books! That's what I love about them so much!

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  4. I don't think I've ever read the Winnie the Pooh books, and my grandma is obsessed with him :P

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    1. I was a big fan of Winnie the Pooh when I was younger. So much so that my nickname within my family is Missy Pooh. lol :) It's now been shortened to Missy! Winnie the Pooh is such a staple in Disney and just a classic in general that I don't think you can outgrow him :)

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  5. I absolutely loved Nancy Drew books when I was younger too! They were always so fun to read. I also loved Dr. Seuss. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin'.
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    1. Oh I know! They were addicting! It's still a goal/dream of mine to own all the books in the original Nancy Drew series. There's a crazy number of them like 68 or 88...I can't remember, but hopefully someday I'll achieve that goal!

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  6. Beatrix Potter and Winne the Pooh are <3!!

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    1. I know right?? Those books will definitely be read (and hopefully loved by) to my future children! Thank you for visiting!

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  7. Ohh I haven't heard of all of these but Winnie the Pooh is such a classic! I really need to try a Nancy Drew book one day as I've never read them before.

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    1. I will admit the Nancy Drew books can be a bit...repetitive, but they just have some sort of charm about them. I loved them so much that I even bought some of the PC Nancy Drew games so I could be just like her! I really should find those games again, and see if they make any more sense to me now that I'm older. lol :)

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  8. Nancy Drew, the Little House on the Prairie series, and Ann M. Martin's books are all among my all-time childhood favorites! Of course, I love all of the tales you remember reading, but I'm not sure I can place the duck family tale! Happy reading! :)

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    1. You got good taste then! Lol :) I can't remember the title of that duck book for the life of me. I really should just ask my mom, because knowing her and her love for ducks she would remember the title right off the bat! Thank you! You too :)

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  9. Those are all wonderful books! I do remember seeing the Winnie-the-Pooh books, but when I was in ny teens. I was too old for them then. As for Dr. Seuss, I know I read "The Cat in the Hat" somewhere along the way.

    And oh, Nancy Drew! I read a couple of those, but then I switched to the Hardy Boys. Lol.

    Thanks for sharing! Hope you can come check out my post @ A Night's Dream of Books. : )

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    1. The Hardy Boys!!! That's who I was trying to think of! I read them, because I thought it was so cool how they would refer to Nancy in their books and vice versa. I also read the Boxcar children, but not as much as Nancy Drew.

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  10. I've read quite a number of books when I was very young. I just can't remember their titles and which was the first. What stuck to me were King Arthur and Frankenstein. :)

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    1. Same here! When I saw the question I was like oh boy this may take a while for me to answer! Books are so much shorter for younger readers, and if you are a fast reader you would have flown through them. At one point my mom tried to keep a list of all the books I would read from the library, but I think she quickly gave up on that lol :) I'm going to be quite honest with you and admit that I haven't read King Arthur. Now when it comes to Frankenstein I have read the kid's version, but not the classic version. I really need to get moving on my classics!

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