I remember reading The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People but I can’t remember when. It was a while ago. It was interesting, but I don’t follow the advice in the book.
I read all of the Ramona books when I was a child. I loved them! My kids never got into them and I was a little disappointed about that. These kept my attention for many rereads, too.
Several of my friends read this independently. Each of them told me that it reminded them of me. I pretty much had it pushed into my hands. I enjoyed every moment of this book. I could relate to it, and her sense of humor was so similar to mine, I could see why they kept recommending it to me.
The Complete Calvin and Hobbes was a book that I read as a young adult. I followed the newspaper strip, and loved every moment of it. As I got older, I realized that I could relate to the dad more than I could relate to Calvin, but I still laughed and laughed.
I was heartbroken when Bill Watterson stopped the strip. It was always one of my favorites.