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    Do you reread books? I asked this in the check in, but I thought we could talk about it here too and share any books we like to read more than once.

    I have read Pretense by Lori Wick, The YaYa Sisterhood series ( there are three books) and the Harry Potter series so many times each. I am sure there are others, but those are the ones I re-read the most.
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    I've read all the Harry Potter books a bunch of times. I haven't re-read much recently, but I've read The Mists of Avalon a couple times, and a few books I loved early....can't tell you how many times I've read the Little House books, and Christy.
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    I love the Little House books. I keep thinking about rereading those, but I think I will wait a bit longer and read them to dd when she is older.

    I have only read Christy once, but I loved it.
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    These days I have soooo many books on my to-read I have no desire to re-read. However, if I were to re-read, first on my list would be the Narnia series. And I have already re-read them countless times. I love love love those books.

    I'm also re-reading books as I read them to my daughter, so children's chapter books for now. So far I've re-read James and the Giant Peach (which was definitely still good even all these years later!), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (ditto, lol), and Ramona the Pest.
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    Oh I love Roald Dahl. He's a favorite!
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    I love to re-read faves...but my to read list is insanely long. If you look at my Good Reads there's like 100 books almost to read...and counting! Most of my to read books though I will wait to get from the library, though there are a few I will by to add to my shelf. Occasionally I get stuck in a lull because I'm waiting for several to come in but I've finished everything I had checked out. That's when I will often pull a book off my shelf to re-read. They seem to take less time, plus I feel a little less guilty if I stop mid way through because one comes in finally.

    Faves to re-read (listed elsewhere too): Harry Potter, Anita Blake, Riley Jenson, Cat Crawford, Kitty Norville, Mercy Thompson. They newest addition...Fifty Shades trilogy. Just finished these and I love them!!!
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