Feature and Follow Friday || Book Blogger Hop

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This week's question is:
What were some of your favorite picture books as a kid? If you have kids, what are your favorites to read to them?
 
My answer: 
Easy. Eric Carle's books. My favourite is The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Read this to the daughter when she was young and ended up collecting more of Eric Carle's books!




Book Blogger Hop

This week's question is:
What is your favorite genre? List two of your favorite books in that genre.

My answer: 
If you've been here before, you've probably noticed the lack of focus of this blog; I'm not into YA very much, and there is definitely little paranormal activity. Otherwise, I'm such an eclectic reader that I find it torturous to have to think of a favourite genre.

I have enjoyed quite a few books in these genres, though I have to point out that I didn't choose them because of the genre per se. And I'm limiting favourites to three (not two), and only those read this year. Click on the covers for the reviews!

Literary Fiction
  

Historical Fiction
  Fear in the Sunlight 

Non-fiction (mainly memoirs)


Have a wonderful Friday evening, and an even better weekend!

17 comments

  1. Gotta love The Hungry Caterpillar! He's a classic! :D

    My FF

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  2. Awwwh that one is also one of my favorite books!
    New Follower!

    Here's my F&F

    -Marii @The Words Written

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  3. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is always a winner! :)

    New follower via Bloglovin'.
    My FF

    Emily @All in a Book

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  4. Hopping through. I've never read Jacqueline Winspear. I thought her books were mysteries. Do you think it's more historical focused than on the mystery?
    My Hop

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  5. Aw great pick! Brings back some memories! Check out what I picked =)

    New bloglovin follower

    -Amanda P


    Where the Night Kind Roam

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  6. The Hungry Caterpillar!!!! And Rainbow Fish and Harold and the Purple Crayon!!! Good times...

    But for me, the genre has definitely been stuck on romance for a long while now though I do jump from time to time with a new book in a different genre.

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  7. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is one of our favourites too! new follower via bloglovin' :D

    Crim Reviews

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  8. Oh The Very Hungry Caterpillar is such a wonderful book :D I think I still have my copy from when I was a kid somewhere.

    My curiosity has been piqued by your Historical Fiction picks. The Perfume Collector certainly looks interesting :)

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  9. I totally understand. I love a good stand alone fiction with a great story. But a favorite genre is hard for me too! Love your blog :)

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  10. great titles,enjoy reading.
    Hope you can visit my Book Blogger Hop

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  11. I love The Hungry Caterpillar!!

    All three of your historical fiction appeal to me. :) Historical fiction is my favorite genre.

    Happy Hopping!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Blog Hop Answer

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  12. Hi Aloi! Just nominated you for the Liebster Award. check out the details here on my blog: http://literarychanteuse.blogspot.ca/2013/09/liebster-award-nomination.html

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  13. Great book list for the answer for BBH this week. Check out my answer here: http://meandu-justthinking.blogspot.ca/2013/09/book-blogger-hop-92013.html

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  14. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is one that stands out to me, but I can't for the life of me remember what it was about.

    Never dived into Literary Fiction, But am interested in Asian Themed Historical Fiction.Great picks!

    Guinevere& Libertad @ TwinjabookReviews

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  15. Thanks for Following me Back http://2bookaholics.com/

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  16. Brilliant Book :-) . . . . New follower here!!!

    Kirsty @ All in One Place
    http://www.kvlovesbooks.blogspot.co.uk

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