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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 8 years ago

What book should I read next?

I have read so much I don't know what to read next below is the I have already read:

The Princess School #1

Behind the Mask

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

The Boyfriend

The Tiger Rising

Yours, Anne: The Life of Anne Frank

Oops! I Did It (Again)!

Cliff Notes: Ghosts, An Enemy of the People, Wild Duck

Black Beauty

A Break With Charity

Jacob Have I Loved

Dear America, My America: Freedom's Wings

: Five Smooth Stones

: Our Strange New Land

Sailor Moon Scout Guide Meet Sailor Venus: LOVE

Cameras in Narnia

Dirty Work

Cluefinders #2

Wuthering Heights

The Scarlet Letter

Kim Possible Vol. 1, #1, 5

Go Ask Alice

Afternoon of the Elves

Barbie: as the Princess and the Pauper

:Fairytale Collection

:& the Diamond Castle

:A Perfect Christmas

:An Egg-cellent Easter!

:Mariposa

:as the Island Princess a Panorama Sticker Storybook

:as the Princess and the Pauper a Panorama Sticker Storybook

:Princess Charm School

:I Can Be a Teacher

:I Can Be a Horse Rider

:I Can Be a Pet Vet

Lizzie McGuire Mysteries #5

The Twilight Saga #1-4 and the Eclipse Novella

Spy Kids Adventures #8

Pixie Tricks #3

girls rule

Mary-Kate & Ashley So Little Time #10

Vampire Haiku

Thoroughbred Ashleigh #9

King of the Wind

Dear Dumb Diary Vol. 1

DragonLance Saga: Dragonlance Chronicles Vol. 1

Anne of Green Gables #5

Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side

twilight the graphic novel Vol. 1

The Host

Little Women

There's a Frog in my Throat!

Hollow Fields: The Complete Collection

Amazing Agent Luna #1-5

An American Girl: Josefina #1

:Kaya #1

Double Shadow

Vampire Academy #1

the Outsiders

Speak

Disney Princess: Princess Secrets Collection

:The Princess and the Frog Essential Guide

:Storybook Library #2

:The Ultimate Sticker Book

:Enchanted Ultimate Sticker Book

:Music Player Storybook

Jane Eyre

Tiger Eyes

The Unlikely Romance of Kate Bjorkman

Doc Savage #64

The Secret Garden

The Hunchback of Notre-Dame

A Tale of Two Cities

My Side of the Mountain

Final Fantasy VII Advent Children: The Script

Expert Guide: Birds

Children of the Bible

Dear Daughter

If Cats Could Talk

Sleeping Beauty

Pokémon Reader: Pikachu In Love

:Snack Attack

Know-it-Alls: Kittens

Pokémon Jr. Handbook: Meet Buizel and Friends

Reading Railroad: Pirates

Smithsonian May 2012

Star Wars Ep. I The Phantom Menace Scrapbook

Where the Wild Things Are

The Dragon Chronicles

Dragonology #1

Fruits Basket #1-23

:& Friends (both books)

Absolute Boyfriend #1-6

Magic Knight RayEarth #1-6

Dramacon Ultimate Ed.

Chobits Book #1

Classics to Read Aloud to Your Children

Goosebumps #23

Strawberry Shortcake Goes to School

Fairy Tail #1-5

Binky series

What Will Fat Cat Sit On

I Will Not Read This Book

So, What's It Like to Be a Cat?

Eek & Ack Vs. the Wolfman

Harry Potter #1

Adventure Time: It's a Slamacowtastic Story Mix-Up

:Righteous Rules for Being Awesome

Taro and the Magic Pencil

Amelia Rules: The Whole World's Crazy

The TOON Treasury of Classic Children's Comics

Can You Make a Scary Face?

Duck! Rabbit!

Garfield #16-7, 23-5, 45, 49, Left Speechless

Would I Trade My Parents?

Old Mother Hubbard

Help!: An Absolutely Indispensable Guide to Life for Girls

Read My Lips, Make My Day, Eat Quiche and Die!

Amazing Monkeys

Alligators & Crocodiles

Don't Bump the Glump! and Other Fantasies

Stone Soup #1

Zits #7

I Didn't Ask to Be Born: But I'm Glad I Was

This Little Piggy Stayed Home

50,000,000 Pearls Fans Can't Be Wrong

Larry in Wonderland

As I Lay Dying

The Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson

Fluffy Fluffy Cinnamoroll #1-2

Sam & Friends Mysteries #1-4

Stupid History: Tales of Stupidity, Strangeness, and Mythconceptions Throughout the Ages

Around The World In 45 Years

Celebrating Peanuts: 60 Years

Noodle & Lou

Mostly Monsterly

If I Were a Jungle Animal

The Best of Mutts

For Better or For Worse #2, 4, 18, 21, She's Turning Into One of Them, Reality Check

The Best Book to Read

Nancy Drew, girl detective (Graphic Novels) #1-21

Survival of the Filthiest

Young Miss Holmes Casebook #1-2

Artemis Fowl #1

Treasury of the Lost Litter Box

The Monster at the End of this Book

Another Monster at the End of this Book

The Greedy Python

Baby Blues #28, Scribbles at an Exhibition

I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

Hagar the Horrible: The Epic Chronicles

I Gotta Draw

The Secret Circle #1

Pokémon Adventures #1-14

Black Butler #1-9

Adventures in Cartooning

Zombie Parents

Sunday Brunch: Zits Sundays

Masters of the Nonsenseverse

Sidescrollers

Nursery Rhyme Comics: 50 Timeless Rhymes from 50 Celebrated Cartoonists

Women are From Venus Men Are Idiots

The 100th Smurf

You're Finally Here!

Doodlebug: My Book in Drawing and Writing

The Popularity Papers: Research for the Social Improvement and General Betterment of Lydia Goldblatt & Julie Graham-Chang

Redneck Extreme Mobile Home Makeover

There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell

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  • 8 years ago
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    A few of my most favorite authors;

    Steven King, Piers Antony, Terry Brooks, terry pratchett, and If your not familiar Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. is a must read. start with Slaughter house Five.

  • 8 years ago

    WELL THATS QUITE A SUBSTANTIAL LIST YOU HAVE THERE.

    IF YOU LIKE SY-FY READ "DUNE"

    I READ THIS IN HIGHSCHOOL IN 1980 IM 47 AND STILL THINK

    ABOUT THE BOOK THE IMAGES IN MY MIND IT GAVE ME THRU SUCH DETAILED

    STORY TELLING.WAS NEAT THEN A MOVIE OF 'DUNE" WAS MADE DON'T

    SEE IT IT'S STUPID YOU CANNOT PUT THAT KIND OF IMAGINATION ON FILM

    YOU CAN ONLY SEE THAT KIND OF IMAGINATION IN YOUR MIND AS YOUR READING

    IT KEPT ME ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT.

    "THE GOOD EARTH" BY PEARL S. BUCK. GOOD GOOD GOOD

    "THE SONS"...................."...........................".....

    "THE MEG" OR MEGALOGON (ABOUT A GIANT KILLER SHARK

    BLOODY BUT EXCITING SY-FY STORY

    "LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRY" BY LAURA INGALLS WILDER

    "HARRY POTTER" 10 YEARS AGO. HAVE READ ALL BUT LAST ONE.

    FIRST AND SECOND BOOK KEPT ME ROLLING!!!

    Little advise I hope you read aloud to your children they will love it

    I wasnt read to or even talked to growing up ever.

    Reading is powerful stuff Pass it on gal.

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