Children's Stories

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  1. Matt Murdock Registered

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    Right next to the circular ring where people are tossing rings onto the guy's head, darlin'
     
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    Gay guy in green's right by the yellow Waldo wannabe.
     
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    *phew* Omg, thank you.

    *relaxes a bit*

    Lol, that was really getting on my nerves. I can't believe the memories that brought back. Not good ones. :mad: :D
     
  5. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    Gruesome Tales For Nasty Kids
    I Can't Find My Mother

    And anything by Roald Dahl (especially George's marvellous medicine).
     
  6. Danalys Sol Invictus

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    [​IMG]

    also roald dahl books.

    when i was very young my dad would read the hobbit to me and attempted to have different voices for each dwarf.
     
  7. tzarinna Mamochka

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    My grandmother was a Head Start teacher so there were lots of books around.
    I used to read Wednesday Witch often, I finally bought it on Amazon.
    I loved Maurice Sendak, I bought the DVD with some of my favorites on it. :up:
    Now there's a couple of books that I can't recall. One was an African-American book about a girl with an imaginary friend, but I saw it as her having a ghost as a friend. That's how ****ed up I was.
    The other was a guy that had kids, two of which were named after Harley-Davidson bikes.
    Also, my grandmother had a collection of stories, I can't remember what it was called. It was a long the lines of Encyclopedia Britanica. They're would be several stories in a volume. I'd read Beowulf a lot along with Alice In Wonderland even though they both scared the **** out of me.
    One of these days I'm just going to sit in the children's book section and find my youth. :csad:
     
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    ;)
     
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    green eggs and ham
     
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    I remember having book that came with a cassette about this redhead girl who made friends with a dinosaur.
     
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    i go to school with the granddaughter of the person who created those books.
    and it's Berenstain. spell it correctly! :cmad:
     
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    it looks like he is going to clobber those two with his cane
     
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    ha, I didn't notice Evil Waldo there.
     
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    Curious George. The Trumpet Of The Swain, Tucker, & some book where some kids find Merlin in a cave. Can't remember the name. Also Encyclopedia Brown.
     
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    My grandmother used to read me Edgar Allen Poe. :up:
     
  21. StrainedEyes All the way up it!

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    Best book ever! It came with a puppet mouse.
     
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    Aldo Applesauce.
     
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    This was my favorite [​IMG]
     

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