Inspired by @jaidub
  1. Rilla of Ingleside
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    *sob* My favorite of the Anne of Green Gables series.
  2. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
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    Do I already own all of these? Yes. Am I going to buy the illustrated version of all of them too? Yes.
  3. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
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    Sometimes I still threaten to move to Australia.
  4. Caddie Woodlawn
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    I wanted to be Caddie Woodlawn when I was a kid! She was so brave & feisty.
  5. Gone-Away Lake
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    Elizabeth Enright's books are all great. But I particularly loved this one, the idea of having a whole house as your childhood clubhouse is just magical.
  6. The Stinky Cheese Man
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    This was the height of hilarity in elementary school. Eleanor was cracking up at it the other day, which makes me happy.
  7. Blueberries for Sal
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    Such a sweet little book. Plonk plonk plonk. (And our used copy came with this handy-dandy bicycle safety sticker on it!)
  8. The Scorpio Races
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    I'm a big, big Maggie Stiefvater fan. And this one is so good! I wish Thisby was a real island. I probably would've picked Pip Bartlett here since it's geared to younger readers than Scorpio Races, but I only own the Kindle version.
  9. Caps for Sale
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    "GIVE ME BACK MY CAPS!!!" There's something so satisfying about shouting with the peddler when I read this aloud to Juliet.
  10. Number the Stars
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    This one set me bingeing on sad historical fiction. Scott O'Dell, Patricia Beatty, Ann Rinaldi, et al.