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Myranette Robinson

Like you, I had a love for books at a very early age. My childhood favorite is "The Snowy Day" by Ezra Jack Keats.
Other childhood favorites was Dr. Seuss's "One Fish, Two Fish" and "Green Eggs And Ham". When I was in my tween years there was nothing like a Nancy Drew book. I also enjoy John Grisham's novels and Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird". One of my favorite authors is Maya Angelou.

Mo Nance

I love your favorites. We, book lovers love various books and writers for different reasons. I won't read King because his stories show up in my nightmares. I love Fen Follett, because of his embedded European history; Nicolas Sparks because the setting are in the state I was born in and wonderful; Walter Mosley writes good murder/detective/mysteries spiced with sex; David Baldacci whose exciting mysteries take you abroad; Sue Grafton whose mysteries written in alphabetical order have a marvelous description of California; and Of course Maya Angelou & Earnest Hemingway never gets old. Thanks for sharing your favorites.

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