Literally one of my favorite children’s books.
There is no Miss Zarves. THERE IS NO NINETEENTH STORY
alternate title: young children gawk at flaming homosexuals
Invisible Inc. | The Schoolyard Mystery | 1994
This series stands out in my memory so much, and I don’t even remember why exactly… There was an invisible boy… and that’s all I remember. but I know I loved it. LOL
The Bailey School Kids (thx nancyrosee)
Ghosts Don’t Eat Potato Chips | 1992
Wishbone taught me everything I needed to know about classic lit— and all before I even left elementary school
Sweet Valley High Thriller series
beautiful book (visually). I just wish the story was more about everyone finding their own unique traits, instead of the Rainbow Fish passing out his scales to everyone until they all looked the same. I always had some issues with that. Rainbow Fish gave away something that was special and unique to him, and bought all of his friends in the process. There should have been a better way to make some fishy friends than that!
Full House books (The Great Pet Project, 1995)
last picture of my bookshelf for today. lol
Roswell High series by Melinda Metz (1998-2000)
obsession. obsession obsession obsession.
<3 Ramona Quimby series by Beverly Cleary (1955-1999)
I love these covers. I cringe a little when I see the new illustrations— they’re so cartoonish. While I have nothing against cartoons, I miss these beautiful paintings on the Ramona covers. At least I’ll always have mine ^_^