Friday, August 5, 2011

Childhood Books

Fact: The books you read as a child affect who you become as an adult.

While I could take the poignant route in writing about that sentence (and I have before), instead I’ll direct you to the irreverent article that explains what your favorite books as a child say about you now. According to the article, family is important to me…up to a certain point (Little Women), I secretly like that everyone goes to me to solve their problems (Harry Potter), I wear colorful clothing (The Giver), and I always need a house with the possibility of a magical wardrobe (The Chronicles of Narnia). Not entirely accurate, but still amusing. What do the books you loved say about you?

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