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Jun 4, 2011

Forever Family Friday (3)

Family Forever Friday

This a new MEME that is started by E&K Family Book Review
This new Meme will give the book bloggers a chance to get to know each other. It is called 'Forever Family Friday'. Each week KW will post a question for us to answer and through this we'll get to know a little bit of  each other.


The question of the week is:

What was the book that sparked your love of reading? How old were you?

My Answer:

I know my answer might be cheesy to some but the first book I've ever read was Peter Pan. I was still in elementary back then, maybe 9 years old. But the book that sparked my love for reading was 'The Magic of the Glits' by C.S. Adler. I loved that book! After reading Peter Pan, I went to the library and search the old dusty books in there and I found that little treasure. I'll never forget that book. It touched my young and innocent heart.

After that, I just loved reading books. I felt like I can't live without it!

How about you? Want to share the first book that sparked your love for reading? You can share it down there at the comment section or you can post this meme on your own blog.


4 comments:

  1. I didn't discover C. S. Alder until I was an adult, but I really like her books! The first one I read was Always and Forever Friends.

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  2. Maybe its just because I have only loved reading for 10 yrs or less, but I have never heard of CS Adler! I will definately be checking into that name this Summer! I love browsing the old dusty books too! lol!

    KW

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  3. I think mine was "To Kill A Mockingbird." I was in tenth grade and got in trouble more than once for reading it in class.

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  4. What a fun meme! I've never read C S Adler. I guess I was deprived as a child. I'll have to look her up.

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