Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Question of the Day #483

So last night, QOTD regular, Kristen, mentioned that over the years, she has collected tons of cooking magazines and recipes and has compiled them into a binder. She says goes back and reads them over and over.

Which of course, sprung the question, what can you read over and over and never get sick of?

I'm a cookbook freak too, and I have a bunch of favorites that I've dog-earred from frequent rereading. But when it comes to novels, I've read Sarah Dessen's novels over and over. I never get sick of the main character's voices.

What about you? What can you read over and over and never get sick of?



  1. Cookbooks and food articles.

    And also the book Eat, Pray, Love. For some reason I can't get enough of reading that book over and over and over again.

  2. Garfield comic books, the Left Behind series, and most all kid's books. We're reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in school. Never get tired of this story.

  3. Where The Wild Things Are - I've read that book to my daughter almost everynight since she was born and it was the first book I read to her before she was born.

  4. I don't know about reading over and over BUT I can enjoy certain movies over and over and over again. Gone With The Wind, Moonstruck, Wizard of Oz, Ghost, Dirty Dancing .......
    I did just find myself at Borders the other day and could hardly leave without an armfull of books. But I only read them once. What does that mean :)?

  5. There are some good night board books that I read over and over and over to my kids. And never minded because they were so sweet.

  6. - Calvin and Hobbes
    - Any of Timothy Findley's novels
    - Many classics: Sherlock Holmes, Wuthering Heights, Picture of Dorian Gray, etc.
    - Most kid's stories


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