70s

'Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret' Is Finally Getting A Judy Blume-Approved Movie

Judy Blume is one of those classic authors that creates stories that transcend time. One of her most famous books called Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret was published all the way back in 1970, but it still resonates today. The story follows young Margaret Simon as she makes her way through one of the most difficult time in her life: puberty. We've all been there, we all made it through, but we all remember what it was like to go through all of those changes. Margaret became something of a touchstone for young girls who were dealing with

80s

You'll Soon Be Able To Get 'The Baby-Sitter's Club' With Their Original Covers

There are a few books that just scream childhood. Sweet Valley High was always a staple, Goosebumps were basically required reading, and then of course The Baby-Sitter's Club was crucial. There were always new adventures for The Baby-Sitter's Club to go on, but obviously we all had our favorites. Rumors started swirling about a new Baby-Sitter's Club TV show a little while ago, and while we were excited about it, there's something just extra special about the original books. Luckily for us, Scholastic realized this and has decided to make something for those of us who are feeling a little

Books

You Can Buy The Original Sweet Valley High Books From The 80s Again And We're Psyched

You remember all those Sweet Valley High books that you read 600 times while you were in middle school and high school? Well, someone has found a way to bring them back exactly as you remember them. Yes, you can still buy new versions of the books in most stores, but you've got to admit that there is nothing as satisfying as seeing those original covers with the Wakefield twins we remember from our childhood on the cover. These teen novels were what all of us were obsessed with, but unfortunately as we got older, a lot of us ended

Pop Culture

7 Facts About 'Black Beauty,' The Book That Made Every Kid Completely Obsessed With Horses

It almost seemed as though becoming obsessed with horses was a right of passage. Most of us went through at least a little phase of asking for a pony for Christmas, and pretending like we knew all about the giant animals. Obviously some people kept with it longer than others, but whether or not you are still into horses, chances are you remember reading and watching Black Beauty. The story managed to transcend time, and even though it originally came out in 1877, kids still read it to this day. How much do you really know about the iconic story

90s

15 Goosebumps Books That Failed To Give Us Goosebumps

We have to give R.L. Stine credit for making kids across America actually pick up a book, but looking back at our childhood reading habits we have to question some of his choices.There were 62 books in the original Goosebumps series, and at the height of their popularity Stine was pumping out a new novel every month, so it's no surprise they weren't all winners.Here are 15 entries that were more silly than scary:1. I Live in Your BasementScholasticMarco's basement is home to a gloopy Jell-O monster named Keith (Keith?! Really?!) who wants the boy to

Quizzes

Pick Your Favorite Member Of 'The Baby-Sitter's Club' And We'll Tell You What It Really Says About You

The Baby-Sitter's Club was one of the most important book series that all of us read when we were young. Not only that, but the movie managed to make us all love it even more. We would all relate to one character more than any of the others, but it's not just because they thought they were cooler. Every character has their own unique style and attitude, but there is some indescribable thing that makes us care about them more than the rest. The thing is, your favorite member of The Baby-Sitter's Club actually reveals a lot about who you