10 Memorable Books for me

(In chronological order)

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Bubbleology

Bubbleology is a memorable book to me because I remember paging through it even when I could not read.


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Byl Jeden Dům by Dagmar Urbánková

This book is memorable because my pre-school gave it to me after I left and once I could actually read I found it very amusing.


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The Little Encyclopedia of Our World

This book is memorable to me because it's the first non-fiction book I remember reading.


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Robomum by Emily Smith

Robomum was the first book that actually taught me a lesson that was direct enough for me to understand it at the time. Other books I had read probably did have a message but this is the first time I remember understanding one.


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Out of my Mind by Sharon M. Draper

This book was memorable to me because it was one of the first books that really changed me after I read it. I feel like I would not understand empathy as well if I hadn't read this book.


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Bliss by Lauren Myracle

Bliss is a really cool book. It was the first horror story I could find ever since I had read all of Mary Downing Hahn's books.


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Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

This book is memorable to me because it's a really good book where the main character had a personality change (which I liked.) And it was also the first book I had ever checked out of the middle/high school section of the library.


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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

This is the first movie I had read the book of.


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ttfn by Lauren Myracle

This book is memorable because I've checked it out twice but never had the chance to finish the book.


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Galagher Girl Series by Ally Carter

This series is memorable because it made me notice things in my surroundings that I had never noticed before.