First Book you read
January 22, 2007 6:09am CST
What was the first book you read? at least the first book you read for pleasure. The book I consider as such is Tasseltip's lucky day, Tasseltip is a rabbit and he went from one adventure to another. I can still picture out the book in my mind along with the colorful drawings too bad I do not remember the author. But then, as a kid I never tried to make an effort to remember the authors. SO what was the first storybook you read?
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28 Jan 07
Nothing personal, but I'm surprised at the ages you guys said you were when you read your first book. I first read Chicken Little when I was 3. I actually read it, not memorized. I know that in first grade I had read all of the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books in our school library, so they let me go to the 4-6th grade library on the other side of the building.
20 Apr 07
well, thats nice that you got interested in reading so early, but for me i don't remember anything about myself while i was three years old. I remember starting to read when i was 5 but it was more magazine articles and comics and in my first language cebuano, not tagalog.
30 Jan 07
The first book I read on my own was Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and I still love it now and have read it to my daughter twice already and she is only 5. Tasseltip was a ladybird book. I'm not sure who wrote it but I know they are still available on ebay if you want to get a copy.
28 Jan 07
I still remember that I was a very shakey child and wanted to read fairy tales rather than "Mystery" stories.But one day Ma bought me The Boy Next Door byEnid Blyton,since then I devour Mystery/Detective stories.It's really pathetic that after reading, say almost more than thousanda of detective/mystery stories since then, I cant recollect the story.
25 Jan 07
My first book was Titled "The Rainbow Dragon". I don't remember the author. Like you I was never interested in those kind of details. The book itself as far as I can remember was a 'which-way' book. Depending on the page turn option you choose for your character it was like playing a game unlike any other I'd experience upto that point in life. I remember picking up the book while in grade 7 becasue of the colourful picture on the cover. After flipping through a few pages I asked my teacher if I could borrow it. He was delighted that I showed interest in something other than distracting others in the class room. I don't remember the details of the story but I enjoyed it so much that I've remembered the title up until now (post college student). And often refer it to my nephews and niece as a very good book to read.