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Posted by on November 23, 2009

Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about your bookshelf…

Tomorrow I have my first teaching job (yes, I’m sharing my non-book bloggy news!) and it’s inspired today’s Musing Monday.

What books did you read while in school? Were there any that you particular liked, or even hated? Did any become lifelong favourites?

One of my favorite books reading in school was the Giver it has become a life long favorite and there is just something about it that stays with you. There were a lot of books I didn’t like but honestly I can’t recall the names. Because generally if I don’t like it I don’t remember it. But the classics Shakespeare and anything by Jane Austen were always good reads. The Giver however is one I will never forget.

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4 Responses to “Musing Monday #28”

  1. Alayne says:

    I don't remember much of The Giver. But good answer! Here's my link: http://thecrowdedleaf.wordpress.com/

  2. caite says:

    can't say I heard of it either…I will have to look it up.
    I must say I can't remember a book I read in high school that I really disliked. maybe I was too happy-go-lucky.

  3. Nise' says:

    I did not read the giver until my daughter (now 25) was in grade school and we read it together.

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