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The Books From Our Childhood That Actually Make Us Want To Read Again

How f*cking hard is it to pick up a book and to read it all the way through these days? With smartphones, social media and drugs, it's damn near impossible! Could this be accredited to our new, crazy lifestyles or is there just a lack of imagination from boring books these days?

Take a trip back to your youth for just a second. Who could forget when a teacher would introduce you to a new book and you would be transported into an entire new world of fantasy and wonder? Now that we're adults and we've been smacked in the face by the real world, it's hard to find this same feeling.

However, that's not to say that childhood books aren't where it's at. Just by looking at these covers, you will immediately be taken to a place where there was less stress and no problems in your life. What most of us would do to be kids again! These are the books from our childhood that actually make us want to read again:

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?


Curious George


The Very Hungry Caterpillar


The Rainbow Fish


If You Give A Mouse A Cookie


Goodnight Moon


Goosebumps


Wayside School Is Falling Down


Amelia Bedelia


Judy Blume Books


Everyone Poops


Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs


Harold And The Purple Crayon


The Magic School Bus


James and the Giant Peach


The Giver


The Giving Tree


A Light In The Attic


Green Eggs And Ham


Captain Underpants

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