Hairy Maclary! Do you remember Slinky Malinkey? 😄(Original post by Rumbleroar'sArmy)
Oooh, feeling really nostalgic now! Did anyone read the Hairy Maclary books? I always loved the different descriptions of the dogs... Muffin McLay like a bundle of hay, Bottomly Pots covered in spots and of course Schnitzel von Krumm with the very low tum
Books to read as a 'beginner' Watch
- Political Ambassador
- 07-07-2016 12:47
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- 07-07-2016 13:10
Read Harry Potter and The Lord of The Rings!
Trust me.. You WONT regret it.
- 07-07-2016 13:20
I really hate books aimed towards teens (so John Green, Twilight, Hunger Games, even Harry Potter) so recently I've started reading biographies and autobiographies. They're great! The Malala Yousafzai one in particular was really interesting. If you just pick one for a person you're interested in then you'll just get into it without feeling like you're forcing yourself to read.
Or if that's not right for you then go on the Amazon 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime; there's a good variety on there.
- 07-07-2016 13:25
- 07-07-2016 13:31
(Original post by BTAnonymous)
- 07-07-2016 13:35
I'm 16 years old and have not really read any books. I read the entire Hunger Games triology and all the books in A series of unfortunate events by Lemony Snicket but nothing else.
I'd like to get into reading but don't know where to start. I'm preferably looking for very popular books which a lot of people know about around my age group.
I would also suggest Goodreads as a nice site, the lists are really, really good and have a broad range of books.
- 07-07-2016 13:58
Harry Potter is obvious choice.
Can try The Mortal*Instruments series.
Figure out what you enjoy. Can always go to a book website like Barnes and Nobel, find one of the books you've liked and then look at what other people who bought that book also bought.
There's also websites like goodreads or even Amazon where you can look at the most popular young adults or teen books