what was the first book that made you into a bookworm, mine is The Great Gatsbywhat was the first book that made you into a bookworm, mine is The Great Gatsby Sarrah #questionnaire
Little House in the Big Woods when I was in 2nd grade. Then Anne of Green Gables. I was a goner after reading those.
Was a book in Spanish . And I love the movie so I decide to read the book and then going to watch the movie great gatsby
I can’t remember used to hate it and in middle school was forced to take a reading class then all the sudden couldn’t stop.
Mine is grapes of wrath
Great Expectations..l was 10 years old.
Definetly the Little House books!! ❤❤
The butterfly lion.
Second Child by John Saul.
Have..haven’t read it yet..
Dork diaries. I was 11 or 12. I stopped collecting it because my grandma and mom thinks its too childish for me. Haha. Now im reading more matur ish books?.
I read what I like..which is about everything! And I still read young adult and kid books!
Haha the matur ish part is also YA.
The BFG when I was in 3rd grade. Because before that book I hated to read and now after reading that it’s all I want to do.
Where the Red Fern Grows in 5th grade.
I read that like at age 10.
It really sounds morbid, but “The Cradle will Fall” was the first book I read that wasn’t a children’s chapter book (I was 9) and I was hooked instantly. It was in my mom’s library collection and I had already read all of my bernstein bears, and dr suess millions of times, so I went looking for a biggger challenge. I plucked that one off the shelf, and was finished with it in 2 days. I haven’t put books down (save a few college years that I was just too busy) since. It definitely began my obsession with reading.
The Hardy Boys, but after reading Pity The Nation by Robert Fisk at 15yo I began my interest in military history
I enjoyed reading both the hardy boys and navy drew
I really don’t know … I’ve been a bookworm since I was 4.
Yep!! As far back as I can remember- – before school (preschool ( before kindergarten) I was reading).
Believe it or not Fallen series by Lauren Kate. I know it’s the the best book series but it will always have a space on my shelf. ?
I’m not sure, but I do remember reading Agatha Christie books early on. But even earlier than that, probably all the Little Golden Books we used to have as kids 🙂
It wasn’t one book; it was a group of books. I think they were called something like, ” Children’s Illustrated Classics”, and they introduced me to condensed classics like Journey to the Center of the Earth, Little Women, The Hound of the Baskervilles, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, etc. Those made me love books.
I had that series as well!
Nancy Drew – The Secret of the Old Clock. I was in the 5th grade. I read quite a bit before that but that was the first book that made me wait at the door for the library to open so I could get the next book.
I loved Nancy Drew
Oh my goodness. What a great question!! Do you remember those little Golden books? My mom bought me one about a little girl and her babydoll. I loved the pictures. She also bought me a picture book about the Nutcracker (I scribbled in it) and Cinderella (scribbled in that one too!). I learned how to read in first grade. The books were phonetic readers I think — a panda or a bunny was the main character…Buffy could’ve been one of the names. Once I learned how to read, I read everything from street signs to store names! Long story short: I’ve been a bookworm for as long as I can remember!
I read every single one of those! LOL I LOVED Pokey Little Puppy!
@Tiffany, Pokey was always my fave! ?
Little golden books my mom and grandmother bought me.
Gosh I find these questions hard as I can never remember as I’ve just always read, but if I was to take a guess I would say either Little Women or Wolves of Willoughby Chase
The little house books
John Grisham’s THE CHAMBER
My mom read me bedtime stories and thats where it started. Little Noddy books and Penny lane books i remember.
The Hunger Games series
The darkest hour by V.C. Andrew in six grade
A Series of Unfortunate Events by Daniel Handler
harry pooottteerr seeries
Twilight series will always remember that! And forever thankful! ??
Mine was Sweet Valley High
Oh yes! I forgot those!
I soo wana read them all over again
Yes! You’ve gave me a collection I want!
Remember the animorphs, and the babysitters club??
Fearless series by Francine Pascal
I think it was Harry Potter
I really don’t remember. Before I learned to read my mother always read to me. I guess I’ve always loved books.
on the road -jack Kerouac
The order of the phoenix
It’s hard for me to remember what book made a bookworm out of me,let’s just say I’ve been reading ever since and I love it.
VC Andrews- Flowers in the Attic then I read the whole series.
It’s on my shelf just waiting for me to read them! ?
I Know Why the Cagebird Sings.. Required reading in school and that was the start of my book addiction
Percy Jackson and the Olympians❤❤❤
The Maze Runner
The little red shoes! That was my first encounter with the library where dad bought it for me. Nostalgic!
Little House on the Prairie series, Black Stallion series, The Outsiders
Junie B Jones
Those books are hilarious!
I had read other books before this, but I was really sick when I was little and my mom read me the first book of Little House on the Prairie. When I feeling a little better, she brought me the next few from the library and I’ve been a book lover ever sense <3
It was so long ago i can’t remember!!
I’m not knocking people by any means, but I don’t know how you guys remember this. I’ve been a bookworm since as far back as I can remember. I remember various books I read as a child but I can’t pin point just one that made me a bookworm.
Well, being one of those people, I had trouble with reading and comprehension in my early years. It wasn’t until my junior year of high school when someone finally was able to turn on the light for me in that dark world. So, yeah. Unfortunately, there are a lot of kids like me who don’t get this light turned on until then or later, sadly.
Summer of the monkey’s
Omg..way before school age…
Green Eggs and Ham, when I was about 3. I could read long before I started school!
The sisterhood of the traveling pants.
A Wrinkle in Time
It was a multiple book realization: The Crucible, The Scarlet Letter, and Hamlet. Since reading was my weakest subject, I hated reading novels up until I was a junior in high school when I met the best teacher ever. He made me realize house much of a treasure reading a book was. And my senior year teacher sealed the deal. Never looked back every since. Oh and now I’m an English teacher. Lol I had some sense knocked into me.
Desiree, The story of Napoleon’s First Love. I was 11…;)
Goosebumps when i was about 8 yrs old
Alice in wonderland
I read ever since I was really little, so it was probably Sesame Street books.
Chances by Jackie Collins
Throne of glass by Sarah J Maas
Enchanted Forest chronicle
The divergent series is the that made me a addicted to books
Island of blue dolphins
Les yeux foudroyés- Dean Koontz
Also the pony adventure books by the Pullein-Thompson sisters! Gibing away my age now!
any Jack London book
the first one that comes to mind is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn..read it so many imes I had to buy a new copy
The Billionaire Boy?❤️
For the Roses by Julie Garwood
Me before you
This man by jodi ellan malpas
Night owl by m. Pierce
I remember going to target and picking out those book.
Charlotte’s Web. I read it over and over as a child. ?
Harry Potter #4
The Little House on the Prairie serries.
Dr. Seuss stated it all. Where The Red Fern Grows kept it going…
The I Can Read It All By Myself series actually got me going, too!
Little women which I re-read every Christmas and my first tattoo is a my favorite quote from the book
Too many, Pipi Longstocking, Little House on the Prairie, Judy Blume etc…
Dr. Seuss books, I’ve been a bookworm since elementary.school
Grimms fairytales, my mom bought a bookshelf of books, needless to say, I was always up all night!!!!
Can’t even remember. I’ve always had a book in my hand since I was a kid.
You wont belive.. ? Twilight
the lunar chronicles. better late than never haha
It was so long ago, I think Nancy Drew books or Babysitter’s Club,not sure
The BFG and The Secret Garden when I was very young, then I stopped for a few years. I then began binge reading Saved by the Bell books as a tween and once I had worked through them all I was hooked on books forever 🙂
The Martian Chronicles
Tarzan of the Apes. Wow, just a kid, the feelings still prevail. Thanks for the memories…
it was just a thin book with less than 10 pages,The crow and The fox but it was my first book i read when i was 4,according to my mum and started reading since then…
Anne of Green Gables.
Trixie Beldon series!
Heidi. I was 6 years old.
hmmm not sure
My mother had bought me this set with the books and read along tapes that went with it when I was about 4 or 5 years old. (We just moved and not sure where it’s at right now, but this is what the books and tapes looked like that I found on Google). My favorite that got me into reading was the Brer Rabbit.
I started out with comics (Batman, The Flash, etc.), then moved to biographies (George Washington Carver, Ben Franklin, etc.). But one book that I still have and adore is “The Case Of The Painted Dragon”, a Brains Benton mystery. I’ve always been a reader…
This is a great idea for a post. I like seeing what got other people reading!
I don’t remember, I started reading at a very young age.
Nancy Drew books
15 by Beverly Cleary
A series of fortunate events
Harry Potter <3
I was 7, I hated reading…. This little book changed it all.
To Kill A Mockingbird
Think Big_ Dr Ben Carson
The Cat in the Hat, my mom used to read it to me untill I started correcting her and realized I could read it myself, she stopped reading to me after that. I really don’t remember too much on that, but I remember I was always a reader, and I guess that Seuss book was the first I read.
The bfg by roald dahl
Enid Blyton books, more specifically the enchanted wood ☺ i was a small child when i started reading with these books and haven’t stopped since
To Kill a Mockingbird
Tinkle Comics, Misha Magazine, Rani Comics. The first book I took from a Library is Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Famous five books.
A little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
Eagle of the Ninth
Fortunes Rock-Anita Shreve
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I regret nothing! 😀
A small Scholastic book by CB Colby called Strangely Enough.
It’s in the blood. I remember being insanely jealous when my brothers could read and I could not. (However, I will never turn down a chance to reread the Chronicles of Narnia…)
Dr Seuss “Green Eggs and Ham”
Tropic of cancer…. Great Gatsby was also a wonderful experience….
The Champagne Sandwich & Flowers in the Attic. I’m going waaaay back
Quo vadis Rome
Who am I ?
two books: The Outsiders and Do Black Patent Shoes Really Reflect Up
the babysitters club by ann m martin
The Black Stallion series way back in the dark ages??
Dan brown’s angels and demons.
mine is kiffe kiffe demain by houda ziregg the most hilarious book i have ever read in my life
I am number Four (The lorien legacies series)
Harry Potter series
Classic kid Disney books. My family read to me all the time. According to my grandmother the jungle book was my favorite