Friday, March 16, 2018

Book Blogger Hop - 3/16/-/3/22


Question of the Week:

Who is your favorite children's books author and why? (submitted by Kitty @ Vicarious Bookworm)

My Answer:

Oh boy...I haven't read a children's book since my son was small, but I remember Richard Scarry being one we read a lot.

Dr. Seuss was a favorite too.
  



13 comments:

  1. I can't remember Richard Scarry books but I remember watching the show when I was little! Lol! Though Dr. Seuss was one I read as a kid too!

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    1. You must be as young or younger than my son. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Jessica.

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  2. Both my son and nephew loved Richard Scarry I might say J. K. Rowling since the Harry Potter books are technically YA.

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    1. Oh yes on the Harry Potter books.

      Thanks for commenting, Kathy.

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  3. Great pick, I never heard about Richard Scarry before this is actually the first time I heard about him. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post and here is the link to my blog hop answer.

    http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews.blogspot.com/2018/03/book-blogger-hop-68.html

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    1. Thanks for commenting.

      Take a look at his books, you probably will enjoy them, Katiria.

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  4. I've never heard of Richard Scarry, but I'll definitely look him up! As for Dr. Seuss, I didn't find out about his books until I was well into my teens..... :( By then, I was much too old to read them. But I have read some excerpts, and they're TOTALLY delightful! If only I could go back to the age of 4 or 5 in order to experience them....lol.

    It's GREAT that you enjoyed these books right along with your son!! :) :) :)

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    1. Oh yes...we enjoyed many books together.

      Thanks for commenting, Maria.

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  5. I loved both of these! Both authors created whimsical characters and stories!
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    1. They both do just that.

      Thanks for commenting, Christina.

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  6. The Richard Scarry books are good ones. I forgot about those.

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