Tuesday, September 27, 2011

30 Day Blog Challenge - Day 18

As I was putting my daughter to bed tonight I was thinking about the topic for this blog post, a book you could read over and over again and not get sick of.

It's a really good question because I can't say I've ever read a book that was at an adult reading level more than once.  I'm a goal oriented person and my goal is to reach the end of the book so it seems kind of silly to read it again after that. lol.  I've never read a book that was sooo good that I wanted to read it more than once.

I've bought books to share with others because I enjoyed them though.

So, hmmm. . . books that I can read over and over again and not get sick of. . .

These are the closest I can come up with:

We have a bunch of these books - That's not my Dinosaur, etc.  This was the first one we got:

I'm fairly certain it was a gift and it's been well loved.  I read this book at least a couple of times a week to my daughter and she enjoys it.  It's not my personal favourite but it's cute.

Then there's this one:
I love Little Wombat, the character in this story.  We read it almost every night.  My daughter loves pointing at the picture of Little Wombat curled up in a ball with his mom at the end of the book.  It's a great story and  the pictures are cute and sweet.

So. . .once I get back to reading something away from the children's section I'll possibly be able to suggest a book to be reread over and over but until then, these are the books I'm reading on an at least weekly basis that don't make me want to hurt myself. lol.

Do you have a favourite book?

1 comment:

  1. I think that any Robert Munsch book, I could read over and over! As for adult books hmm... I think there are some Christian novels that I have read more then once... "Redeeming Love", "Atonement Child"... those are two off the top of my head. Also I remember reading a book about a girl with anorexia called "Goodbye Paperdoll" and that one I read at least twice. Sometimes I'll find a book I remember reading as a teen and read it again! I have 3 books I found at a garage sale though haha, so I'm starting some new stuff.