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Yeah Enid Blyton loved those specially Malory Towers
Also Naughtiest Girl, Sweet Valley Kids, Roman Mysteries, and the Railway Children =D


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tom sawyer tom sawyer tom sawyer
hehehe...i loved him....and naughtiest gal series

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Did anyone ever read the Biff and Chip books??? Common to every school in England I'd like to imagine!...They were Genius!!...

but my favourite would have to be a tie between A Christmas Carol and The Twits (Roald Dahl)

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roald dahl and enid blyton were my favourites used to rad em everytime

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The Hardy Boys series-Both "Mysteries" & "Case-Files.'" I just couldn't get enough of these books when I was a kid & I also had a huge crush on Frank HardyEmbarrassedLOL.Every month saw me adding a new Hardy Boys book or two to my bookshelf.Altogether I've read about 150 Books in this seriesTongue
 
All 10 books in the "Avonlea" series  starting from "Anne of Green Gables" right down to "Rilla of Ingleside"
 
Sweet Valley Twins-I simply love these books & I still read them if I manage to get my hands on one of them & sometimes even re-read some of the books I've already read.
 
Sherlock Holmes short stories & novels-Another much beloved & favorite fictional character of mineEmbarrassed Again,I still find myself re-reading some of these short-stories that I'd first read as a kid & enjoying them as much as everBig smile

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I lived, ate, slept and breathed Famous Five as a kid!!!!! Apart from that, I liked Sweet Valley Twins too!

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