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message 1: by Sara (new)

Sara M. Abudahab I like this idea of re-reading your favorite childhood books. When we were young almost anything could make us excited, but not after years and years of reading, that becomes a bit harder.

message 2: by Erin (new)

Erin So true Sara. I remember getting assigned a book to read in elementary school and instead of reading a chapter a night as assigned I would read the entire book in one sitting.

message 3: by Ellen Gail (new)

Ellen Gail I've been wanting to reread this too! I think I was maybe 10 or 11 when I read it, and I remember LOVING IT! And part of me is scared I won't like it as an adult, but maybe I'll love it even more?

message 4: by Erin (new)

Erin Good luck. I didn't like it as much as an adult but my reading preferences have changed. I still love it though.

message 5: by Bernadette (new)

Bernadette I find that since I’m older, I love the classics that I was supposed to (but sometimes didn’t read, do they still make Cliff Notes?) in high school. I love A Tale of Two Cities but thought it was the most boring thing ever as a teenager.

message 6: by Erin (new)

Erin Its the opposite for me, I read and loved the boring classics when I was younger and now I don't like them. I think I've devolved as a reader the older I get.

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