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What is the first book you remember reading? What about the first that made you really love reading?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

61 responses

  1. […] week’s Booking through Thursday asks: What is the first book you remember reading? What about the first that made you really love […]

  2. This one was hard lol had to remember from many, many years ago. My BTT is here.
    CMash

  3. This one stretched the memory! My answer is here.

  4. My answer: http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com/2010/08/05/btt-first-book/

    Can’t really remember my real “first book”, so I answered with what I could remember.😉

  5. Interesting question…Here’s mine

  6. Interesting question. Here’s mine

  7. Great Question!!!

    Find my interesting story out here!!!!!

  8. This is my first time with this one…I enjoyed it!
    http://pinkpunkboutique.com/justme/?p=1899

  9. I think this weeks question is my favorite yet! Stop by my answer here and leave me a comment with yours I’d love to hear some other peoples answers!🙂

    http://jessheartsbooks.blogspot.com/2010/08/booking-through-thursday.html

  10. Perfect question!

    Mine’s here.

  11. This week’s question prompted a look at some Nordic fairytales and folk tales, including trolls and Astrid Lindgren!

    http://romanticarmchairtraveller.typepad.com/ract/2010/08/booking-through-thursday-first-books.html

  12. The first book I remember as an “aha! I can read myself”-experience was a booklet received at Sunday School, but today’s question prompted earlier remembrances about Nordic fairytales and folktales.

  13. I cannot remember exactly what my first book was, but I had never been an avid reader until I was in high school.
    My full answer is up.🙂

  14. It’s not the first book: it’s the first book that opened the door.

  15. Fab question (although I can’t remember my first book) but I did enjoy reminiscing for a while
    My answer is here

  16. Thank you for the walk down memory lane. I was actually a little teary writing this post.

    http://sheeryhall.blogspot.com/2010/08/first-time.html

  17. I loved this week’s question! Cinderella, a host of other fairytales and some Suzanne Martel thrown into the mix. I had to think for quite a while and even now, I have no idea which one it was precisely. Oh well!

    Here’s my response: http://ifitlookslikeabook.blogspot.com/2010/08/booking-through-thursday-first-time.html

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