Wednesday, April 22, 2009

New update again :)

Hey guys its that time again... :)

1. What are you reading?

2. Favorite young readers series (that you still secretly read or want to read)
A. Boxcar children
B. American Girl
C. Babysitters Club
D. Goosebumps


Thanks guys :)

12 comments:

  1. Oooh this looks fun. Does anyone join in ot just the contributors. Anywho, I'll fill it in.

    1. I'm reading "Extreme Kissing" by Luisa Plaja.

    2. I've only heard of C, from The Simpsons I think, I've never read it. I've not heard of A or B. I read one of the Goosebumps books the other day :)

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  2. 1.The Off Season

    2.American Girl!!

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  3. 1. Stolen by Lucy Christopher.
    2. Goosebumps!

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  4. i am currently reading kissed by an angel
    and i used to have about 20 boxcar children books.

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  5. Currently reading: The Beef Princess of Practical Country by Michelle houts

    2. American Girl!

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  6. I am reading S.A.S.S.: The great call of china!

    And i admit to still reading the Beacon Street Girls every once in a while, LOL....And the Saddle Club. Good memories!

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  7. I'm on Stake That! by Mari Mancusi and my favorite series is Goosebumps.

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  8. 1. Starting:
    Going too Far ~ Jennifer Echols
    Cracked Up to Be ~ Courtney Summers
    2. Goosebumps

    Thanks = }.

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  9. Anything horses,and Goosebumps!

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  10. 1. Maggie's Story by Dandi Daley Mackall
    2. Goosebumps! (my brother was obsessed and I always stole his copies)

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  11. 1. Nothing much, but I just finished and am trying to review The Dream of the Stone by Christina Askounis.
    2. I own a bunch of Goosebumps books I've gotten from library sales. I liked the Boxcar children but didn't read tons of them, could only get my hands on a few baby-sitter club books, and have never read an American Girl book (being a Canadian girl :P)

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  12. 1. The Adoration of Jenna Fox by, Mary E. Pearson.

    2.The Boxcar Children, I still read them sometimes.:P

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