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Day 24: Your Favorite Childhood Book

Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson 

A book I read in sixth standard when I was 11 and it left a life long impact on me. I think I will blame that book for teaching me that it’s all about ‘giving and asking for nothing in return’ in friendship or for the matter any relationship. It taught me that happy endings are not important as long as you learn the lesson.

Until next time,  Live, Love, Inspire & (don’t forget to) Smile. Believe in yourself and you can conquer all your fears.

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Writing is my passion and that is what I do here on this blog. I write about everything, whether it be Nature, Love, Hate, Relationships, Humans, Personal Life (where I discuss lessons learnt through real-life experiences), Food, Philosophy (sometimes) and much more. I write in any form whether it be Prose or Poetry. I am in search of ‘Myself’, hence there is not much I can tell you about me. Perhaps, I have a very brilliant idea. Why don’t you come along with me on my journey? I will always care to share and you can also enjoy the ride. For now, this is it. I am ‘ME’ – a wanderer in search of a fulfilling life. Until next time, Love Living Life! I express my sincere gratitude to all my Readers! -Naima

10 responses to “Day 24: Your Favorite Childhood Book

  1. Sessela

    My favorite childhood book was “The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett. It’s quite an old novel and kind of a boring classic, but I’ve read it at least 6 times when was 12 xD

  2. That is a wonderful book. One of my favorites!

  3. Sandee

    Oh boy, this makes me think of all the books I read as a child that influenced me. I loved the Madeleine books, and the Little Bear — but there were so many — I loved those Hans Christian Anderson and Brothers Grimm stories in a major way. Interestingly enough I didn’t read the book that you mention but then again I was a child in the 60s so — hahaha! — maybe it wasn’t out then?

    • I was a child in 90s and early 2000s so I think that’s why I haven’t heard of the books you mentioned although I know about Madeleine books.
      Haha, yeah the book I was mentioned wasn’t out back then in 60s but thank you for giving the list, I’d really like to check them out to know what kids in that age used to read (probably much better quality).

      Thank you for your comment.

      Kind Regards,
      -Naima

  4. I think this book taught a wonderful and important message, Naima…I have too many favorites to name. 🙂 ♥

  5. I may have mentioned this to you but i’m not sure. I was about 10 and i was reading edgar allan poe. two stories stuck out the most to me at that time. the first “the pit and the pendulum” and the other “the black cat.”

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