Hello, fellow bookworms! I’m back with another Top Ten Tuesday for y’all, TTT is hosted by That Arsty Reader Girl, go check out her page and the TTT tag as you’ll be able to see posts from others who have taken part (after you’ve read my post!)
Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is Childhood favourites. And here we gooooo.
- The Witches – Roald Dahl. I absolutely loved this book when I was younger, I used to think it was quite sinister for a children’s book but one of my faves still. This is actually my most read book from my Roald Dahl collection on my shelf, some of the pages are falling out 😦
- Say Cheese and Die – R.L.Stine. Oh my days, I can’t be the only person who read Goosebumps books as a child? This was (and still is) literally my favourite Goosebumps book EVER. It definitely paved the way for my obsession with all things creepy later in life. I’m currently (as an adult) reading the Horrorland collection and I can’t WAIT to get to the Say Cheese and Die Screaming book.
- Harry Potter (all 7) – J.K.Rowling. Did you really think I’d do this list and not mention Harry Potter? Literally, the book that MADE my childhood what it is today. When I was younger I’d just pick up Harry Potter and engross myself in the world of magic and to this day I’ve never read a book series that has made such a big impact on my life.
- Twilight – Stephenie Meyer. I did try and shy away from this being one of my favourite childhood books, but I decided to be honest and confess that I have a copy of Twilight that is literally falling apart because I read it that much :))) Literally still watch these films every time they are on and am considering getting my books out the loft to read.
- The BFG – Roald Dahl. This is my other top favourite Roald Dahl book, it just has such a heart warming ending where they all meet the Queen and yes, it makes me v happy. Plus some of the phrases Roald Dahl made up, amazing!
Well, there’s my top five childhood reads, I decided not to bore you all with 10 as they all have a story behind them! Did any of my Top Five Childhood Reads make your list?
2 thoughts on “Top 10 Tuesday – Childhood Faves📚”
Harry Potter!I loved Roald Dahl, but my fave was fantastic mr Fox (the witches scared me 😂) great post.
I think it started my weird obsession with all things scary as for a child it was quite terrifying😂 thank you!
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