seeds // the timelessness of books


I saw this quote over on The Art of Simple on the weekend and thought it was wonderfully true.

It’s quite apt as the  youngest makes his way through the Harry Potter series and I wonder if it’s time for a re-read of the books myself.

Some of my favourite books I’ve read as an adult are actually meant for a much younger audience. And who doesn’t love a trip down memory lane with a delve into an Enid Blyton book and joining the adventures of the Faraway Tree gang or the naughtiest girl in school.

What’s your favourite childhood book?

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  1. says

    I’m just re-reading Harry Potter at the moment myself – such a great and epic story. (And such a contrast to Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, which I’m onto at the moment!)

    I always loved HEAPS of books as a kid – fairy tales from Grimm Bros, Disney, Enid Blyton’s Secret Seven… and I don’t think I could pick just one favourite; it’s too hard!
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    • says

      Oh, I love the the Larsson series! But yes, a little different to Harry Potter. I was a real little bookworm as a child so had lots of favourites ~ although the Blytons I kept coming back to time and time again. And Trixie Belden!

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