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Books that you would want your kids to read.

bossyburrito
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7/21/2012 2:01:49 AM
Posted: 4 years ago
http://en.wikipedia.org...
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http://en.wikipedia.org...(novel)
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This is really funny: http://en.wikipedia.org...(book)
This is one of the best series of children's books I have ever read:http://en.wikipedia.org...(novel_series)
http://www.amazon.com...
http://en.wikipedia.org...(novel)
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I like me some Haddix. I actually met her at a Chick-Fil-A one time...
Gordon Korman and Roland Smith are geniuses.
The Giving tree and Red Tag Comes Back make me bawl my fvcking eyes out every time.
It seems like I can make a nice penny off Red tag...

I'll add more if I can think of any.
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Get caught in ticking traps
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To relax their restless flight
Somewhere out of a memory of lighted streets on quiet nights..."

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bossyburrito
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7/21/2012 2:02:06 AM
Posted: 4 years ago
Ok, I hate Wiki links.
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"Some will sell their dreams for small desires
Or lose the race to rats
Get caught in ticking traps
And start to dream of somewhere
To relax their restless flight
Somewhere out of a memory of lighted streets on quiet nights..."

~ Rush
NixonianVolkswagen
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7/24/2012 3:36:21 AM
Posted: 4 years ago
The Phantom Tollbooth, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Hobbit, maybe something by Neil Gaiman.
"There is an almost universal tendency, perhaps an inborn tendency, to suspect the good faith of a man who holds opinions that differ from our own opinions."

- Karl "Spartacus" Popper