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favourite childhood book

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by gasper, Mar 27, 2002.

  1. gasper

    gasper TRIBE Member

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    Still love it!!
     
  2. Temper Tantrum

    Temper Tantrum TRIBE Member

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    In the great green room
    There was a telephone
    And a red ballon
    And a picture of-
    The cow jumping over the moon

    And there were three little bears sitting on chairs

    And two little kittens
    And a pair of mittens

    And a little toyhouse
    And a young mouse

    And a comb and a brush and a bowl full of mush

    And a quiet old lady who was whispering "hush"

    Goodnight room

    Goodnight moon

    Good night cow jumping over the moon

    Goodnight light
    And the red balloon
    Goodnight bears
    Goodnight chairs

    Goodnight kittens

    And goodnight mittens

    Goodnight clocks
    And goodnight socks

    Goodnight little house

    And goodnight mouse

    Goodnight comb
    And goodnight brush

    Goodnight nobody

    Goodnight mush

    And goodnight to the old lady whispering "hush"

    Goodnight stars

    Goodnight air

    Goodnight noises everywhere


    I used to make my mom read that to me every night :)
    My favourite children's book now that I'm an adult is 'Oh the places you'll go' By Dr. Seuss


    Great thread!

    ~allie~
     
  3. twist

    twist TRIBE Member

    mein kampf
     
  4. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    eric - you still got it!

    Bumbaclat
     
  5. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

    not thats its my favorite or even liked but I need the words for little bow peep. don't ask. Can anyone help?... with the words, please don't get any smart ass ideas. Thanks a ton.
     
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I totally remember that guy, but its really far back in the recesses of my brain. Didn't he eat babies and shit?
     
  7. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

    now that you're an adult? whats that about? (dave kicks allie in the ribs to rub it in more, but then gives her a helping hand up and offers to say he's sorry, but he doesn't)
    love ya allie. ;)
     
  8. twist

    twist TRIBE Member

    well the herpes cream helped but it still itches a bit.
     
  9. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

    Re: Re: favourite childhood book

    I don't think he ate shit. I could be wrong.
     
  10. C-NiCE

    C-NiCE TRIBE Promoter

    My favorite childhood book:

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    Chris
     
  11. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Yes, you're wrong.
     
  12. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

  13. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I used to read the Berenstain Bears to my little sister.

    No wonder we're both basket cases.

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  14. gasper

    gasper TRIBE Member

    i enjoyed looking for the spider on every page!
     
  15. poker face

    poker face TRIBE Member

    My favorite was Richard Scarey!
     
  16. MoFo

    MoFo TRIBE Member

    I used to read Penthouse Forums a lot (No joke).
    And I remember in 5th grade, the student teacher asked me what picture book I was doing for my reading journal and I looked up at her from behind a Sidney Sheldon book. She was totally shocked and sat down, "... I read that one too."

    And of course, Where the Wild Things Are, Curious George, X-Men, Voltron comic books and The Teeny Tiny Woman.

    How ironic that I'm replying to this thread in the Children's department of my work (library).
     
  17. ~Loress~

    ~Loress~ TRIBE Member

    Awe!!!!! I totally forgot about those books.... ahh the memories :)

    ~Lori <-----gunna go thru some old boxes for old times sake
     
  18. Temper Tantrum

    Temper Tantrum TRIBE Member

    Your a slut.

    and your sleeping on my bathroom floor when you visit.

    I *heart* you dave :p

    ~allie~
     
  19. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

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    and this dr.seuss book called 'all about me' where you had to write stuff in yourself, your neighborhood, how many freakin forks in your drawer etc..it was fun. then one day my sister erased or scribbled out my answers and wrote in her own...boy was i one pissed off kid
     
  20. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    this was my favourite too. i think that grover may be the basis for my anxious behaviour. pretty much all of the Little Golden Books were exellent. I also had a pop-up version of "the night before christmas" that was excellent. i think it's still around somewhere waiting for my own (planned, but non-existent) children.

    on a side note, my brother bought all of the McFarlane Toys "where the wild things are" figurines. they're pretty cool.

    alice in wonderland is another great kids book.
     
  21. cdp

    cdp TRIBE Member

    Anyone remember "Leo the Lop." Damn...
     
  22. rejenerate

    rejenerate TRIBE Member

    Where The Wild Things Are
    Roald Dahl books (esp. Chocolate Factory, the Twits, The Witches)
    From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (I just re-read this)
    The Little Prince (very poignant if you read it as an adult)
    Beverly Cleary books (esp. Ramona)
    Judy Blume books (esp. Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret)
    John Bellairs books (spooky!)
    The Oz books (there's a whole entire series...they were like Harry Potter for me)
    The Babysitters Club
    Sweet Valley Twins (yeah, they were the reading equivalent of a Fun Dip)

    ~jen
     
  23. R4V4G3D_SKU11S

    R4V4G3D_SKU11S TRIBE Member

  24. ila

    ila TRIBE Member

    definetly 'Goodnight Moon'... my mom would read it to me every night before bed, so I get all sentimental and crap about it.

    the Berenstain Bears were pretty hype too, especially the one where brother and sister bear take a walk at night alone and get all spooked...and the one where they try to take a picnic but can't find a spot.

    there was also this book about this cat named Charlie that I had all the words memorized to before I could read. I think the book itself was appropriately named, "Charlie"
     
  25. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I was such a hard core Hardy Boys fan. But now I can't even remember their names for sure.....thinking Joe and Frank? Wasn't the dad like Fenton or something?

    I must have boxes full of those books in my parents' basement. Good times.
     

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