Day 13 – 30 Day Book Challenge – Favorite childhood book

30 Day Book Challenge – Day 13

 Day 13 – Favorite childhood book

These questions are getting tricky!

I’m not sure which book to choose, there were so many, I loved the Richard Scarry books, of course Dr.Suess and we used to have those “pop up” books, when you opened the page the pictures just popped right up on the page, I absolutely loved those ones too, Good night Moon and The very hungry Caterpillar my list goes on..

Cover of "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"

Cover of The Very Hungry Caterpillar

But my absolute favorite would have to be It’s a Busy,Busy World By Richard Scarry,  there were/are so many pictures of cats,dogs,rabbits wearing clothes and driving cars,  working in bakeries, as carpenters, firemen, policemen,  I just thought that was the most exciting thing, there was always something within the pages of this book that you’d find almost like those Where’s Waldo books.


As I grew older I liked my Little House on the Prairie books and started reading mysteries, I couldn’t get enough of  Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys.

Hardy Boys

Hardy Boys (Photo credit: Chris Blakeley)

So I think I’ve answered that question and more 🙂


7 thoughts on “Day 13 – 30 Day Book Challenge – Favorite childhood book

    • Hungry Caterpillar is great!! Sam McGee from Tennessee, where the cotton blooms and grows. 🙂 So many good ones, so hard to choose just one! Thanks for your comment.

  1. I love The Very Hungry Caterpillar!!

    My favorite book when I was little was The Pokey Little Puppy. It was one of those Little Golden Books. I even named my first dog after him.

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