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    Favourite Author As A Child

    Shortie861 Jan 13, 2012

    1. Shortie861

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      Who was your favourite author when you was a child?

      For me it had to be without a doubt Enid Blyton :) I used to love reading her books and could read one over and over and never be bored with is :)
       
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      Just shows how well her books have stood the test of time because she was my favourite as a kid :)
       
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      Ah, wow really? :) My favourite was always her Famous Five books :) used to love reading them when I was younger.
       
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      I've still got 2 of those to this day :)
       
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      I haven't got any of mine left now, I would love to get a collection again though for my children as I feel they would really enjoy her books :)
       
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      Christopher Paul Curtis.
       
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      Same as the one I like now Sir Terry Pratchett.
       
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      JKR with her HP series.
       
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      I loved Lucy Maud Montgomery. XD She's a Canadian author for children.
       
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      Ah yes :) can't forget about J.K Rowling :) her books are great for all ages.
       
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      yep. JKR's a good author for children and young adults.
       
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      Totally agree It has to be Enid Blyton. I lost count of the times I read the Folk of the Faraway tree.