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No one on earth will ever make me feel bad about reading children's books
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acne27's avatar
I kinda want to know if the last book is real. 
chixrock's avatar
I love children's books. They're so much fun.
JohnDoe115's avatar
There is a fiction book I recommend for teens and adults called Monster Hunter international. It's about a Pmc firm that kills monsters and takes a bounty on them.
littledeer's avatar
<3 I can't even begin to say how often I try to get across the concept that not everyone loves everything the same, what's amazing to one is less so to another, but this, this little family pretty much sums everything up. Perfect.
TheDevilReborn's avatar
Me ether. I love reading children's books, I have all of my favorites collected from my childhood ready. :heart:
dragonduo05's avatar
Sounds Like A Tamora Pierce Book. 
Zerbin's avatar
I followed you before I even looked into your gallery just because of the flying pig picture.  This one makes me proud of that decision.
Zorbonaut's avatar
Aren't we all sick to death of these pretentious hipsters, trying to improve literature?
Quilveor's avatar
Let's go defeat the wizard made of wolves!
ambiguous0ne's avatar
Never think you're too old for YA fiction, because the truth is much closer to the surface.  And if reading isn't fun, why bother?
perfesser-bear's avatar
You so need to write the little guy's book.
missBlues's avatar
This makes me happy ^^ I'm glad you feel that way (:
glerm0's avatar
You are a credit to the world.
biggerj's avatar
I recently realized how true this is when I started reading the young adult novel adaptations of Girl Genius.
Diretooth's avatar
That actually sounds like a good read.
Vereshti's avatar
As C.S. Lewis said:

"Critics who treat adult as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up. "
winteryvisions's avatar
What you said -- because children's books have some of the most awesomest stories.
hariman's avatar
Agreed. Grimdark is just misery. "All is woe, and everything is horrible, and it will be until the end where we finally catch a break. Unless this is bad grimdark, when we'll never catch a break!"

Although, I haven't really encountered many books that are just "dull". But then again, I tend to read sci-fi and fantasy books.

Also, I suspect the dragon and the war badger became good friends by the end of the story.
Gr8DoodleBeast's avatar
I understand this feeling!
sketchydreamer's avatar
I always worry that I look creepy in the teen section, but I love the YA books so much. Yesh. They are the best.
Bonpri's avatar
I was sold on "a girl who's a wizard", and I was looking for a link where I could buy the book at "an evil wizard made out of wolves"
g3m1n1's avatar
please tell me the third book exists. i want to buy it now.
brotherwolven's avatar
Children's books are the best.
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