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1. What were your favorite childhood stories?
The Uncle Remus stories (I guess they’re politically incorrect now), Mike Mulligan and the Steam Shovel, Harry the Dirty Dog, Horton Hears A Who. Those were the ones I had read to me. I loved the “Choose Your Own Adventure” books, then I got into the Dragon Lance series (it still rocks)…then it was all Fantasy and Science Fiction for quite a while.
2. What books from your childhood would you like to share with [your] children?
The ones above, but there are so many good ones that are out now too.
3. Have you re-read any of those childhood stories and been surprised by anything?
Nope. Other than they don’t take as long to read.
4. How old were you when you first learned to read?
I remember reading a little in preschool. But maybe I was just repeating the words to books I’d read with my mom. But I know for sure I was reading in Kindergarden. So 4 or 5.
5. Do you remember the first ‘grown-up’ book you read? How old were you?
I read some Stephen King and some Jean M. Auel stuff in 6th grade. Maybe that King stuff messed me up.