Welcome to the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. Every day in April (except Sundays), I’ll be sharing a short bookish memory with you.
When I was a kid and young teen, I didn’t like new books. Actually, child-me didn't like books at all, but I often had them forced upon me. When I did read, I preferred to read the same story multiple times. I’d read a book to the end, flip it over, and start at the beginning again. My favorite novels were about nature, adventures, violent deaths, and people who didn’t fit into mainstream society.
Kids learn from repetition and are comforted by routine. That’s why they’re voracious rereaders. (And re-watchers, and re-askers of the same questions). Here are some of the books that young me read over and over:
Were you a rereader as a kid? Which books did you read over and over?