Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Catboy Ollie, May 10, 2021.
Yeah pretty good considering it was school food .
I think Dr suess book was everything anyone talked about in the 90s when it came to children's books.
Cancel culture is absurd to me. If you don't like it don't read it why do you have to go and try to eliminate Tv, Books and other things just because you find it offensive.
THANK YOU. Exactly. If they didn't like it, why'd they have to go out of their way to ruin it for everyone else?
"I find strawberries offensive, and don't like them, so I'm pushing a ban on strawberries all over the world" how selfish even, too.
It's just modern day book burning. Nonetheless, a freaking children's book.
THE JUNGLE BOOK!!!
IT WAS ONE OF MY FAVES AND STILL IS!
Aaah~ That was such a good throwback -v-
totally forgot about jungle book. I also like the movie not the new one tho.
Yes~ i agree, it was pretty bad : |
'The Wind in the Willows' by Kenneth Grahame is my all time favorite. Plus, Ronald Dahl's works are the summary of my childhood. ^^
my childhood was practically all of jacquelin wilson's novels and dork diaries
this cat grow up by listen folklore from teacher, random local folksong and stuff~ closest thing is hmmm maybe some cat from 80's to 90's on this cat country know Bobo children magazine, cuz there picture hence this cat like manga and stuff~ on Bobo there comic hmm Oki and Nirmala; Paman Kikuk( kikuk mean clumsy), Husin and Asta~ as enter middle school this cat like read literature novel and astronomy stuff~ da lliterature such as Tom Sawyer or Robinson's Cruise which children book.... maybe? anyway children book for this cat mean its mostly comic such as Donald Duck, manga, hongkong comic such as Buddha Palm, local comic such horror comedy Petruk Gareng~
Dang, I remember those! I think I only read, maybe 5, because I couldn't stop laughing at the cover art ( _ _)
Wahaha xD The cover art...
We had a whole collection of these~ Like 50+ books I think I had like 2 volumes confiscated in school lol
They're lost forever
I remember having a philosophy project where we have to make a write-up about the book "Hope for The Flowers" by Trina Paulus. It was an interesting read.
Dragon Ball Manga, neighbour had Comic collection of the Ducks Tick Trick and track
Aaand there isn’t anyone who grew up with childish fairy tales? really?
Three Billy Goats: Story about three Billy goats and the monster under the bridge who wants to eat them.
Rapunzel: The version in which the prince falls down the tower and blinds himself. I don't know why I liked it so much but I really liked it. Probably because of the illustrations.
The Zodiac Girls series: You don't know how many stores I scoured to get my hand on just one more book.
The Pied Piper: The children never return to their parents.
And more that I can't remember.
I realize it just now how morbid the story I read as a child were. Like, why are fairy tales so dark?
Here are some books I read while I was on high school:
Beauty and The beast
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
One of the seven stories of Grimm Brothers (Rapunzel, Cinderalla, Hansel and Gretel, The Golden Goose...yeah all their dark fairy tales)
Pygmalion (not a children's book
Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl
Does 1001 nights count? it was gifted to my mom when I was about 3-4 years old it was in Spanish. From what I know Spanish version is much rarer than English version specially since it was the 90s I have looked online and the book I have is nowhere to be found even by authors. I tried to google her first name, but the last name was faded out can't be made out since the book was already very old when it was gifted.
you mean One Thousand and One Nights? yes that counts I also grew up with that even tho it was a complicated book for a child. I’m sure the author of this book was Christian something but you can buy the book online if you just search the title that I wrote in bold text.
Childrens books about mole were part of my origin story~
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