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    • To Kill a Mockingbird. I used it on every English test for a good six or seven years in a row. – Beatrice 7 years ago
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    • The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay. I still read this one from time to time because the tale of Peekay as he grows up has been inspirational from the day I picked the book up. The world, the characters, the stories, the action; all of it just appeals to the boy that lives inside me and refuses to grow up. – Austin 7 years ago
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    • The Harry Potter books always make me nostalgic because I know I'll never experience the excitement of a new book or movie ever coming out again. I miss rereading the books before the movies came out and going to see the movies with my friends. Although Hogwarts is always home, I miss the excitement of the unknown whenever a another book came out. – jules 7 years ago
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    • Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt. It always makes me remember my childhood. – ninaricciarelli 7 years ago
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    • Great Expectations makes me nostalgic because it always gives me a feel good at the end of it. Dickens takes one down some really dark labyrinths, but there's is a warm sense of hope at the end of it. The same can be said for A Christmas Carol another favorite of mine – mickymoo15 7 years ago
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    • All of Brian Jaques' Redwall series. It was my introduction into the fantasy realm so I will always remember it. Unfortunately the author passed away recently. – CemeteryLikeAStage 7 years ago
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