As for children's books, "The Popcorn Shop" was one of my favorites. I also liked "The Princess and the Pea," "The Velveteen Rabbit," "The Giving Tree" and anything by Dr. Seuss. My parents bought me the entire series of "Junie B. Jones" to read. I loved them. As I got older, I was big on poetry so I read more of Shel Silverstein's books like "Where the Sidewalk Ends." In third grade, my teacher read "Poppy" to the class and I still love that book. She also read us "Little House on the Praire" books and Roald Dahl books. When Goosebumps was popular I became apart of the craze, of course. My older brother had a lot of the volumes. There's only one more I can think of, a book I read again recently, and it's Neil Gaiman's "Coraline." The book is way better than the movie, by the way.