First Book you Ever Read
Rockster: The first true book I ever read was 'The Bourne Identity' by the late, great Robert Ludlum and it just blew me away, what was the first true book other chatters read ?
F0rdPrefect: Newton, Isaac - Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Fully Illustrated Edition)
sunbox: Pinnipeg Got Roomies, volume 1: the raise and fall of the first life on Earth - Kasey Crock, RaymondBooks 1901, printed in Uganda (cover price: 48$).
Qz: First book I ever read was Billy and Blaze. A long time ago. Anyone remember the Billy and Blaze books.?? late 60's? anyone?
daydreams: are you there God , its me margerette , by Judy blume im pretty sure , it was about a girl wanting to become a young woman, i was 12 , thats the first book i can remember reading fully on my own.
Tefo: Goodnight Mr. Tom was my first book,it was brill,set in WW2 England.
on book lovers everywhere.
Puffin: Roald Dahl. I think it was called the magic finger or something. I was just gone four and was proud to finish it with no help!
LaceyGirl: The first book I read was called "The Butterfly Effect". It was the last book I've ever read as well before school didn't make me read again.
isaac86: death note another note its short but a awesome crime novel, and im reading a book by a russian author called metro 2033 a brilliant horror sci fi book
franklin1950: " fun with dick and jane "
run spot run
see spot run
a timeless masterpiece of prose and illustrated .
a forgotten relmes book..
about drizzt the dark elf
other then that yea kids books when i was a child..
oh an now (i follow the forgotten relme books i allways enjoy the read) i never use to be a reader till i turned 23.