This Week’s Book (#14)

Monday is around again. Ugh. I think the only positive thing about Monday for me is I get to start a new book.

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It’s my birthday this week, so I decided to re read an old favourite from my childhood. The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett.

I haven’t read this book in years. I read this book before I got into the Harry Potter series, which my aunt gifted to me when I was 11 (pretty fitting for HP novels am I right ๐Ÿ˜‰). It was a comfort book for me that I kept going back to on a rainy day, for a few years. The title and story has stuck with me ever since.

I reckon it’s been about what, 10 years? Since I’ve read this book last? About that, anyway. So I remember the basic idea of the story. I’m keen to see if the book is as I remember it.

This is one book that I love sharing with family and friends and I can’t wait to put it out into the world. โ˜บ๏ธ

What’s a book from your childhood that has stuck with you since you can remember?

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3 comments on “This Week’s Book (#14)”
  1. JD says:

    I’ve got so many but one that sticks with me most is People Might Hear You. I read it every couple of years.

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    1. it’s so nice to have a book you can go back to ๐Ÿ™‚ I have read People Might Hear You, I’ll have to check it out.

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      1. JD says:

        It’s one that met me where I was at when I was a kid so it really spoke to me and gave me comfort.

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