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Book Challenge Day 10- First “Chapter Book” You Read

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Welcome back to childhood, folks. Who remembers reading:


I grew up reading these books. I’ll never forget getting so excited for bed because I knew it meant getting to sit with my mom and read a couple chapters from The Boxcar Children. The series has over 100 books and I’m pretty confident that I read most of them. I used to go to Books A Million (Fort Smith, much to our dismay, had no Barnes and Noble) and sit there for hours reading through this books and begging my grandmother to get me at least one of the massive stacks I was attempting to carry around. These books made me love reading and are the cause for me being the book fanatic that I am today.


About Jaclyn

I’m a digital copywriter at an advertising agency- think Peggy from Mad Men but remove the print ads and add a website. Between my family, friends and job I hear a lot of interesting things. I’ve decided to share them and how they inspire me on this blog. There’s no theme or goal in mind and I promise I will not update with any kind of regularity. But hopefully whatever I do put up here will be entertaining, or entertaining enough to add to the “procrastinating at work by checking every mediocre website on the internet” list.

2 responses »

  1. Oh my gosh, blast from my loser past! Completely forgot about this series, used to love it! And the Babysitter’s Club and Mallory Towers as well. I really needed to get out more back then.

    • Oh man, the Babysitter’s Club! Haha I was so obsessed with those books- haven’t thought about them in quite some time!


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