What is your favorite gift from childhood?

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My answer:
I loved the large (3 feet tall) Raggedy Ann doll I received one year. I slept with her for ages and even took her to college with me.

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8 Responses to What is your favorite gift from childhood?

  1. kml7559 says:

    I got a record player one year. It opened up my world to music.

    • cecigiltenan says:

      We got a record player when I was about 4. I loved it too! My favorite records were a Burl Ives album and a Disney album. I still remember every word of every song on both of those!
      Ceci

  2. The Little House on the Prairie series of books. I’ve read those books a million times, and I love them just as much today as I did back then!–Kindle

  3. cecigiltenan says:

    KML we had the Mitch Miller Christmas Album and I can’t deny that I adored Bobby Sherman and David Cassidy too.

    Monica I didn’t receive all of the Little House books at Christmas, but I read them hundreds of times too. I remember sitting around the cafeteria table at lunch in 5th grade or so talking with friends about what a good television show it would make. Someone must have overheard us šŸ˜‰

    Ceci

  4. Thank you so much for the book, Ceci!

  5. juleskz says:

    At the moment I’m reading Hugh & Bess on Kindle app

    • cecigiltenan says:

      Hi Jules,
      I am curious about this series. I tend to read romance because when I have time to read, I want the escape–the fairytale. Susan Higginbottom’s books are classified as “Historical Fiction” as opposed to romance, but the reviews refer to the romantic nature of the stories. Do you think readers who primarily enjoy historical romance would enjoy these books equally as well?
      Warmest regards,
      Ceci

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