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Re: Reparenting Phillipa

Posted by ClearSkies on March 25, 2008, at 19:42:35

In reply to Re: Reparenting ClearSkies, posted by Phillipa on March 25, 2008, at 18:41:49

> CS ever read a book and have no recollection of ever reading it as those old Danielle Steele books stole my memory? Love Phillipa Now there are some you don't forget different author but Nicholas Sparks Notebook and I think the Wedding and never will forget a contraversial book by Scott Peck Bed by the window.

Worse than forgetting a book, I have bought it once, and then read it and bought it again, not realizing that I'd already read it (even after glancing at the blurb on the back of the book). That's when I know I've been reading but not digesting - or that I've gone "off" a particular author, when their works start to run together for me.

Thankfully, this has only happened a handful of times. And a few of them were when I bought copies in one country, and the additional copies in a different country - they had different covers, you see (I was fooled!).

I am enjoying my kids books so far. Taking it slowly, as I promised myself. There are a few books that I vaguely remember from childhood, but I don't know the titles, just what they were about. One of them was about finding an elephant in your bathtub, and how to get it out of the house.

CS


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