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15 books You Loved As A Kid That No One Reads Anymore

I love reading. I grew up with my nose in a book and nothing has really changed now that I am an adult. I also love reading to my kids. Every night we read something new, or we move onto the next chapter in whichever book we started. The world of kid's books has changed a lot since I was young, and ever more so from when my father (who instilled my love of reading) was a child. Here are 15 children's books that no one reads to their kids anymore. 1. The Adventures of Pinocchio PDFBooksWorldLong before Disney put

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23 Books You Absolutely Couldn't Put Down When You Were A Kid

When we were kids, we didn't have quite as much technology as kids do now so we had to find ways to keep ourselves busy. The best way was to escape into a book and immerse yourself completely in some kind of fantastical world. GiphyThere were so many books to choose between when we were kids! If you were a big reader you absolutely would have read some of these! Nancy DrewEbayThe Baby-Sitters ClubEbayGoosebumpsEbayAnything by Roald DahlEbayShel Silverstein's poemsEbayAnimorphsEbayLittle House on the PrairieEbaySweet Valley HighSweet Valley HighBoxcar ChildrenEbayThe Bobbsey TwinsEbayHardy BoysEbayTrixie BeldenEbayClick to the next page to see the rest

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Man Was Confused About Harry Potter Books, Turns Out He Was Reading Something Else

Harry Potter is one of the biggest franchises in the world. The books have been out for a long time now and while it may seem like everyone has read them, there are still a lot of people who are being introduced to them for the first time. GiphyYou would think that jumping into the Potter-verse would be easy enough to follow, seeing as how it's literally everywhere, but apparently it can be a little trickier than expected. Chris Chappell wanted to get into the Harry Potter books. He had never seen any of the movies or read a single

Retro

Can You Name This Book Series?

Before there were smartphones and Netflix and whatever else kids are using for entertainment these days, we had BOOKS! Good, old fashioned, paper BOOKS! With series like The Bobbsey Twins, The Hardy Boys, and Dick and Jane we had hours of entertainment. One of the best series of our time was the Trixie Belden books! Between 1948 and 1986, there were 39 Trixie Belden books released, all of which were mystery novels that kept us entertained for hours. The books were republished by Random House Publishing in 2002, staying faithful to the original stories but updating the covers.Trixie herself

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Do You Remember 'The Bobbsey Twins?'

If you grew up anywhere between 1904 and 1995, there's a huge chance you'll remember The Bobbsey Twins. The books were about an upper-middle-class family which had two sets of fraternal twins: Nan and Bert who were 12, and Flossie and Freddie who were 6.The series featured a lot of episodic adventures, but as the Hardy Boys grew more popular, detective plots began to introduce themselves into the stories. Though they didn't involve violent crime or anything, the mysteries added an extra element of excitement for young readers. The first of the 72 books were published in 1904 and