Friday, September 20, 2013

Feature and Follow #6

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This Week's Question:

What were some of your favorite picture books as a kid? If you have kids, what are your favorites to read to them? 

I don't have kid yet because I'm young obviously :D But I have a niece. Her name is Yağmur. Yes this name so foreign,I know because it's Turkish name and I'm Turkish. Anyway, I love her so much  she's 5 years old now and she started to kindergarten!!

She live far from my home in these days I haven't see her *sob* she's just so cute!! And I can show her picture to you guys :D 

I'm so jealous her hair :D I have a choppy hair she has a curly hair,it's unfair :( Is she cute?

She's not learn to read yet but I and my mom already buy her a tons books and I'll buy when I see book in the bookshop.

Honestly I don't like new kid stories I wanna buy her old stories like Heidi,alice in wonderland or Red riding hood.

Same thing available for my kid/kids. Of course I planned all thing :D 

When they 8-9 years old They are going to read or I read them Harry Potter,Hobbit bla,bla.

What were some of your favorite picture books as a kid?

Well I always like to read Grimm Stories.All of them.

And I love to read Gulliver's Travels,Robinson Crusoe too.






There's a lot book ı love to read and many book my favorite but I'm 19 now,I can't remember everything in my childhood but I'm sure I reread them when I have kids.

Tell me your favorites and don't forget to leave a comment :) 

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  1. Your niece is cute. You have some good book choices there too.

    Thanks for stopping by my FF:)
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    Marilyn @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog

  2. Your niece is lovely. And I agree, the classics are best although some of the newer books are nice too. I actually still have Heidi on my shelf, it was one of my favorites when I was young. I love your blog name! I'm a new GFC and Bloglovin follower.

    Donna @ A Happy Booker

    1. Yeah,some of them really good but not every book. Thank for the comment :D Happy friday <3

  3. I think ALL kids should read HP. Wonderful series and very imaginative.

    New GFC follower

    Here's my FF

    Debbie @ Keep Calm & Read Romance

    1. Well Yeah,They should read. And Hobbits too. These are wonderful books They'll fun. Thanks Stopping by :)

  4. I like your choices and your niece is very cute :)

    Old follower :)

    My FF :)

    Jackie @Jackie's Book World

  5. Heidi was one of my favorite book, serie and anime when I was younger! As for the Grimm's Fairy Tales it's a major actor in all our childhood!
    Great pick!
    A new follower,

  6. Aww, she's sweet! I do the same for my niece. Every Christmas I buy her a new book. Haven't bought her Grimm Fairy Tales yet since she's only turning 5. Grimm might be too much for her...but I did buy her a children's random assortment of fairy tales! Last year I bought her a book called Ella Bella Ballerina and the Sleeping Beauty...or something like that! Her name is Ella, nickname Ella Bella, and she is a dancer, among other things so I thought it was perfect!

    This year I bought her an American Girl Bitty Baby book that is something about dancing too! And it comes with a bunny for the Bitty Baby! Since she has one of those as well!

    Here's my Follow Friday

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

    1. Aww :D I already love your niece :D Ella Bella Ballerina :D I loved her nickname too :D For Grimm they are too young I know Maybe 8-9 fine :)

      Thanks for your comment Jessica :D It's so lovely to talking with you.

  7. I love the classics too! Those are the only ones I buy. The new stuff we head to the library for LOL. Your niece is adorable! Happy Friday! I swear I hit follow weeks ago, but for some reason it wasn't showing. So I'm following via bloglovin' again! ;)

    Meredith’s Musings

    1. No worries :D Thanks for following by :D

  8. Great picks. I like these :)

    Happy Friday!

  9. I've also been read all of the Grimm's tales but I don't really belong to the Potter generation. ;)

    New follower via Bloglovin and GFC!

    This is my Follow Friday!

    1. Thanks for stopping by and you comment :)

  10. Your niece is adorable! And you've got some great picks there - gotta love Harry Potter for when they get older too!

    Thanks for stopping by!
    Old Follower :-)
    Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun

  11. Your niece is super cute! Love her hair, too! Your picks are some of my faves, too. :) I'm a new follower by Bloglovin', GFC, and any other way I can think to stalk you, lol. ;) I love love love your blog name!!!

    My FF @ Donnie Darko Girl

  12. I forgot about Heidi! OMG. I loved beyond words. Even had the dolls! LOL

    Thanks for stopping by my FF.

    Old follower.

    Sandra @ SSBF Blog

    Here’s my FF

    1. Heidi is so good. You can learn so much thing :D Thanks for stopping by too.

  13. Anddddddddd, your niece is beyond adorable! I could hug her galore! :D

  14. new follower via gfc and bloglovin!Happy hopping!

    Guinevere & Libertad @ TwinjabookReviews

  15. Can I hug your niece? What a beauty. :D I would never get tired at looking at your niece.

    And yep, Heidi is awesome. Didn't read the novel though but the cartoon version was awesome.

    New bloglovin and GFC follower.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    - Thoughts and Pens Feature Follow

    1. Of course you can hug :D thanks for the comment :D

  16. Wonderful choices and yes, your niece is an absolute cutie!!! Have a great weekend!

    Traci @ Mad Hatter Reads

  17. I am *completely* jealous of her hair!

    There are some new versions of old classics that I really like that you could buy her.

    There's a version of "The Princess & The Pea" by Lauren Child with REALLY cool artwork:

    One by Gail Carson Levine called "Betsy Red Hoodie":

    Another, which is so silly, called "Goldilocks and the Three Hares":

    And a seriously laugh-out-loud ridiculous book about a hard-of-hearing Rapunzel. As someone who mishears people ALL of the time, I really, really like this one:

    And - this is an original story, not a retelling, but it's GORGEOUS and has such a positive, feminist message. "The Red Wolf" by Margaret Shannon:

    And oh gosh, one more magical picture book. "The Boy Who Grew Flowers":

    Check 'em out & swing by my blog. Let me know what you think!

    Or you can just come & read my post, if you prefer:

    Sorry for the onslaught of suggestions! I have so much picture book knowledge that I rarely get to share with my fellow bloggers!


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