What is the 1st. Book You Ever Read????
I love the cartoon of him. I have a few bear figurerines.
Black beauty x
Five On a Treasure Island, by Enid Blyton, aged 3. Turned me into an avid reader.
Alone or with someone?
The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss lol
Hop on pop was the first book I read to my mom at bed time. My first on my own chapter book was James and the giant peach, the book that pulled me in and made me a reader was gallows hill by Lois Duncan
The little princess.
Ramona Quimby Age 8❤
Can’t say for sure which books I read first, but the first books I ever loved were the Chronicles of Narnia when I was around nine years old.
The berenstein bears
Charlie and the chocolate factory
Don’t remember much but because I’m from non-english speaking country, i do remember the first english book i read long time ago. It was Sophie Kinsella’s Undomestic Goddess, and I cannot stop reading english books until now ?
One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue fish
Green Eggs And Ham
Island of the blue dolphins
Robert the Rose Horse
The jungle book
Unfortunately, I’m too old to remember what that book was. ??
Francine Pascal’s Sweet Valley series
Same as @Marti; Green Eggs and Ham. Dr. Suess was a staple in our family growing up
The Big Jump…
Fantastic five by enid blyton
That was well over 40 years ago. No idea. But the first one I have any memory of is the Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Without help from my parents? I was like 6. I don’t remember ?
I was about five, could read a little but very slowly. My older cousin would take me to the library with her, sit me down at the children’s table/chairs in the children’s room with books for me to look at and attempt to read. As I grew older I spent many, many days at the library, thanks to her. I do remember a book about trolls tho. Ha!
The Rattlesnake God
Probably Fun with Dick and Jane
They caged the animals at night. I think it’s by Jennings Micheal. I remember reading it in elementary school. By far one of many best books out there
Pride and Prejudice
Peter Rabbit, then Clifford the Big Red Dog. Literature-wise, Charlotte’s Web, then Little Women.
the first one I can remember is James and the giant peach. first one to spark my imagination
Fun With Dick and Jane. I still remember the first four pages. I thought, “OK here we go I’ve got this.”
Pinocchio, when I was 8 in a 1933 edition.
I’m sure it was something by Dr. Seuss. My first chapter book was Charlotte’s Web.
Happy Days by L. Voronkova
The secret garden ❤
Probably Dick & Jane
Number the Stars
I don’t recall as it was too long ago. I do remember reading Nancy Drew and Pippi Longstocking when I was in elementary school.
Dick and Jane
Brown Bear Brown Bear in preschool
Cannot remember the title but it was about Saxons and Normans in Henry II’s England. I was in elementary school and it was my first non-picture book. Wish I could find out the title.
The first book I remember reading without help was the ordinary princess when I was about 6. Then I moved onto the secret seven and the famous five books by Enid Blyton and had read them all by the time I was 10
The Fire Cat
Stig of the dump..
That I can remember? False memory by Dean Koontz
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
See Spot run. Run, Dick and Jane…
The first serious work of children’s literature I read was Alice in Wonderland.
LOL. Dick and Jane!
Green Eggs and Ham
How the hell am I supposed to remember!
The Teeny Tiny Woman
I don’t know how the heck I remember that. I was 4.
I remember the one that made me cry. I was shocked a book could do that: Where the Red Fern Grows.? I think I was 12.
The dictionary lol My mum said that as soon as I started to learn to read, I would take the dictionary in to the toilet and go through it. The first book I remember reading was a book on ancient Rome. After that it was all the goosebumps books
I Want to be a Librarian
A tree grows in Brooklyn and the giver in school
It was a novel Robinson Crusoe
I have no idea lol
The Bible (a children’s version), and a Winnie The Pooh picture book when I was around three.
The Phantom Toll booth.
I’m not sure but probably either Alice in Wonderland or Winnie the Pooh
Three little pigs, I was 5
Night of the Cotillon by janet daily.
Encyclopaedia Britannica. 🙂
Where The Wild Things Are, it was the first book I actually read by myself when I was 4yrs old
Dick & Jane books in first grade.
Probably Dick and Jane??
I guess I am telling my age, right? ? ?
They are old old books, but I’m not that old, & read it when. I was 5.5 to 6 years old. It really deends on if you grandparents, or parents bought these books from the school when they were getting rid of them. I bought a hard copy of a whole bunch of the little books in one big hard cover book. I bought it just a few years ago, & my granddaughter who will be 6 years old on May 25th will be reading it throughout summer vacation I’m sure.
I’d say Dick & Jane… LOL
A wrinkle in Time in elementary school
Dunno… probably something by Dr Seuss. Now, the first book I recall? The one that changed my life forever and turned me into a voracious consumer of words on pages for life..? ‘Interview with the Vampire’ ??
Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss.
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter.
A Noddy book from England. But the first novel I ever read was Little Women when I was 11 years old.
First chapter book that I can remember reading was Charlotte’s Web
HP and The Deathly Hallows
Wizard of Oz. I was 3
Dick and Jane sounds right…lol. Also some fairytales.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak 1964
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