Tuesday, 1 December 2020

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Share a book-centric childhood memory.


I remember when I was in school and we used to race to the book mobile, because omg we all needed those Francine Pascal books, and if you got one you had not read. Your day was perfect!!




I also remember this time when I went to the book mobile and borrowed 30 books, and I do not remember having something to carry them and it was a 10 min walk home. How did I get those books home? But I loved it and I wanted to read everything.




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25 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness I remember racing to our library as well! For me it was the Little Critters books! I loved those!!

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  2. What a fab memory. I remember the bookmobile too!

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    1. When we moved I started to bring S to it :) It was the same driver from my days

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  3. I never had the book mobile but I think I heard of it?

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    1. I lived in the countryside so we got one. It went from village to village

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  4. I did love the bookmobile. I also really loved the Scholastic flyers because my mom would always let me pick out a few books.

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    1. I remember looking at things like that and dreaming

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  5. Oh my I can imagine you trying to carry all those books home! What great memories! I've never been to a book mobile --- is it the same as a library, but in bus or something?

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    1. Yes, a library in a bus that went from village to village since we all where far from the main library or even the smaller branches of the main library. We have one at our new place too :D

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  6. 30 books?! Wow! That's a book lover for you. :)

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    1. I really should have brought a bag, but I was 10 and what do we know lol

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  7. That's fun. I don't have a lot of memories about books. Only that I loved tales. So I was always looking for that at the library

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    1. I remember the first time I entered the adult section, it felt forbibben hehe

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  8. I used to read outside during recess in school with my bookish friends while the other kids played on playground equipment. We were perfectly happy :D

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  9. That's a real mystery for you LOL. I didn't know you guys had a bookmobile - I'm not sure such a thing ever existed in Italy...

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    1. I loved it :D Not that it was that far to the main one for us, but some did have it far

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  10. That's so awesome. We didn't have a mobile book service by us b/c we had a library in town. But I remember thinking they were so cool.

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    1. We were more rural so we got on :) But the big town has one too that goes to all the suburbs, and this town is not big after all

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  11. Fun memory! The anticipation of a new book in the series was big for me when I walked to the library. We had the bookmobile when I stayed with my aunt in a rural area. :)

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    1. Yay bookmobiles :D
      I can remmeber the wait so well, in the olden days

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  12. 30 books??!!! You were a book reviewer in training even back then lol

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  13. Something similar happened to me. hahaha I don't remember how wee Carole managed to carry so many books

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