Follow Friday #19

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Feature & Follow is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.

Q: What were some of your favorite picture books as a kid? If you have kids, what are your favorites to read to them?
When I was a child, I didn't enjoy reading at all. I thought it was the most boring activity to do in the entire world! Therefore, my list is extremely limited.  

This book was everything I wanted my school to be like... wait, never mind! If I remember correctly, these kids were turned into apples by evil teachers!

Come on, who DIDN'T read Junie B. Jones as a kid?!  

This was probably my favorite book as a child, which is not a good thing seeing as how twisted and abnormal it is.

Hehe this probably doesn't even count, but Pokemon was my all-time favorite show when I was younger. I still have my collection of pokemon cards to this day. I also still have all the books I collected pertaining to this show!

This is a classic in my opinion. It's an interesting tale of how a man was bullied my monkeys :)

That's all from me, folks. Leave a link to your post in the comments section and I'll stop by with a follow back!



Carmen Shaw

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Carmen N. Shaw is currently a biology major at Georgia State University. She is the owner and developer of the book blog, Understanding Carmen's Story.

14 comments:

  1. I haven't read those books but they look amazing! :)

    I'm your newest follower! :)

    Here's my FAVORITE PICTURE BOOK

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  2. I had that Pokemon book, too! I was SUCH a big Pokemon fan.

    I didn't read Junie B. Jones, but my niece DEVOURED those books. :)

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  3. My nieces LOVE Junie B. Jones! Measle and the Wrathmonk looks fantastic! I've never heard of it but it looks like I may have missed a fun read!

    Old bloglovin follower

    Donna @ A Happy Booker

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  4. Aw great pick! Brings back some memories! Check out what I picked =)

    new follower via bloglovin


    -Amanda P


    Where the Night Kind Roam

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  5. I love Pokemon so so so much! Just followed you on Bloglovin' and GFC! :D

    Crim Reviews

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  6. My daughter has read all of the Junie B. Jones books and loved them!! Thanks for stopping by my FFF! I'm now following via Bloglovin'.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  7. These are new to me but great picks :)

    Happy friday!

    http://www.itchingforbooks.com/2013/09/feature-and-follow-65.html

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  8. I just ran across my copy of caps for sale the other day. I still have it!
    Now I get to share them with my niece! :)
    NEW GFC FOLLOWER!
    MY F&F

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  9. I loved sideways stories for wayside school I always read it at my grandmas house and junie b. jones is on my list! you can check it out here: http://caitstruelife.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/follow-me-friday-childhood-books/

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  10. I always read Junie B. Jones with my little sister. She's so fun and adorable!

    Great picks! Thanks for stopping by Take Me Away...

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  11. I loved Sideways stories from Wayside school. I haven't thought about that in years.

    Some very cool choices. New bloglovin follower.

    My FF

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  12. Measle and the wrathmonk seems awesome!Not really familiar with your picks but I love your list!

    new follower via bloglovin/old follower via gfc

    Guinevere & Libertad @ TwinjabookReviews

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  13. Ah! "Wayside School!" I forget if it was in the first one or if it was in "Wayside School Gets A Little Stranger," but there was this one story that really got to me! It was about a teacher who has a secret ear on the top of her head, and she could HEAR the students' thoughts! I became super self-conscious - like some crazy conspiracy theory person, but I was only about seven years old, haha. I would be sitting on the bus and someone would sit next to me, and I'd think a mean thought like "I hope she doesn't talk to me. She's so annoying" and then I'd start censoring what I was thinking in case someone could hear me - or in case the person I was thinking mean thoughts about could hear me, because I didn't want to make them feel bad. I'd like to think I wasn't crazy and that I just had a big imagination.
    ...Yeah, we'll go with that. ;)

    Here's my FF, if you're interested!:
    http://thepookapicks.wordpress.com/2013/09/22/feature-follow-friday-9/

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