Tuesday Tagline #147

by - July 01, 2019

Star Rangers

They'd been sent to the farthest reaches of space to die- or be born...  

 Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new Top Ten list will be posted. Everyone is welcome to join. Link back so everyone can check out other bloggers' lists. It's a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers.

This week is Top Ten Childhood Favorites. This is a neat topic, kind of nice to look back and take a break from all the newer stuff. So here are my favorites, in no particular order, books that just have sentimental value.     

Star man's son

Star Man's Son  - aka Daybreak 2250 AD (which is the cooler title). This is one of my favorite books of ever and an absolutely gripping post apoc. 

Daybreak 2250 A.D.

Planet of Exile (Hainish Cycle #2)

Planet of Exile - probably my favorite SF book. And reading it now I see a lot of parallels to A Song of Ice and Fire- which is amazing since this is only like 120- some pages. 

The Horse and His Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5)

The Horse and his Boy - I remember very little but only that I loved this book as a kid, and enjoyed exploring another part of Narnia as well. 

Tunnel Through Time

Tunnel Through Time - I must have read this a zillionish times. This book took total advantage of my childhood love of dinosaurs. And time travel in general. I love when the brontosaur steps on the time machine, fizzling it out, and causing all kinds of trouble for them- if I'm remembering it right?!?

The Sword of Shannara (The Original Shannara Trilogy, #1)

The Sword of Shannara - I read this sooo many times growing up. 

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - another childhood fave. My teacher read this to us in third grade (and the sequel). 

The Cricket in Times Square

The Cricket in Times Square - perfection. 

Lucky Starr and the Pirates of the Asteroids (Lucky Starr, #2)

Lucky Starr and The Pirates of the Asteroids - this whole series of YA SF by Isaac Asimov 

Tom Swift and His Jetmarine (Tom Swift Jr, #2)

Tom Swift and his Jetmarine - okay this whole series. I think I saw these somewhere, maybe a book fair, and they're so... retro! They had such evocative titles... usually gadget related, but not always- some other titles were Tom Swift and the Asteroid Pirates and Tom Swift in the Caves of Nuclear Fire. 

A Princess of Mars (Barsoom, #1)

A Princess of Mars 

By the Light of the Green Star (Green Star, #3)

By The Light of the Green Star - all the Green Star books really. 

The Cave of Time (Choose Your Own Adventure, #1)

Choose Your Own Adventure!!!

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