Friday, 16 March 2018

Book Blogger Hop; Who Is My Favourite Children's Books Author?

It's Friday and time for a new Book Blogger Hop post, thanks to the blogger behind Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer. The question of the week was "Who is my favourite children's books author and why?".
I can't pick between two, so I'll name them both; Roald Dahl and Astrid Lindgren. Personally, I find a lot of their works magical in a sense and Astrid Lindgren also had some really kick-ass female characters (Ronia and Pippi anyone?).

12 comments:

  1. Roald Dahl was one of my choices as well! I've never read any Astrid Lindgren books before but I am in love with the anime series 'Ronja the Robber's Daughter' so I would now really like to read the book.

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    1. Roald Dahl is great and you have something to look forward to with Ronja. :-)

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  2. Great picks, I have never read any books by Roald Dahl and Astrid Lindgren, but I have heard amazing things about Roald Dahl books. I never heard about Astrid Lindgren she is a new to me author. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post and here is the link of my blog hop answer.

    http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews.blogspot.com/2018/03/book-blogger-hop-68.html#more

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    1. You're welcome and thanks for the nice comment.

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  3. I love Roald Dahl's works too! Matilda is one of my favorites!

    Here’s my Book Blogger Hop!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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  4. Great picks! I read a lot of Pippi Longstocking growing up. My favorite book by Dahl is Charlie & The Chocolate Factory.
    My blog hop is
    https://www.teacher-librarian-forlife.com/2018/03/19/4722/
    The Blog for Teachers, Readers, & Life!

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    1. Thanks for the nice comment. Pippi and Charlie are two great books. :-)

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  5. I haven't read anything by Astrid Lindgren. Dahl is a great pick. We love his books.

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    1. If you ever read anything by Astrid Lindgren, you've got something to look forward to.

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