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  • 1
    Rubeena says:

    A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry – very intense and tragic story on poverty in India

  • 2
    Melissa Ladd says:

    There have been many books like that in my life…most notably is Tale of Two Cities. Great release!!

  • 3
    Ruth Allmart says:

    Fabulous release! My most memorable book has to be Flowers in the Attic and as usual the book was so much better than the movie.

  • 4
    Cathy Yamashita says:

    Well, I’m an avid reader, so my favorite may change over time. But I read “Pillars of the Earth” by Ken Follett several years ago and it was fascinating. It is a historical novel that takes place in the era when the magnificent European cathedrals were being built. The story itself is compelling and gives a wonderful look at how people lived, plus you get the amazing story of how the cathedrals came about. I’ve tried to get lots of people to read it, but it is 1200 pages. However, it was SO good that I read it in less than two weeks.

  • 5
    Julie G. says:

    The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas is my most memorable and favorite!

  • 6
    Peggy Allen says:

    The most important and memorable book I have read is the Bible. It teaches us how to be saved, how to live and answers all our questions.

  • 7
    Amy R says:

    I think I will have a really hard time choosing my most memorable book. I love to read, so I have lots of choices. I think I will choose the first Harry Potter book. I read it aloud to my son who was not much of a reader. It inspired him to read the entire series, so I was able to share my love of reading with him.

  • 8
    Amy Gutknecht says:

    I loved “The Help”. When I got to the last page, I honestly missed the characters and I was sad that it was over!

  • 9
    Carrie :) says:

    My first favorite author when I was about 8 or 9 years old was Ruth Chew. Her books are no longer published, but she’s responsible for converting me into a reader. I loved all of her books, but remember “The Witches Buttons” being a favorite. I always remember her as being the G-rated version of Stephen King. Lol!
    Thanks for all the great inspiration this month! It’s a banner month for sure!

  • 10

    The most memorable book I ever read, well I have to say the Bible and Atlas Shrugged.

  • 11

    I loved “The Glass Castle” by Jeannette Walls. It was an unbelievable true story that read like fiction, and the author’s voice resonated long after the book was finished!

  • 12
    Casie says:

    All Creatures Great and Small by James Harriot

  • 13
    Kathy W says:

    I don’t know that I could ever name just “one” memorable book….but one of my favorites is “Green Dolphin Street” by Elizabeth Goudge. My favorite series would have to be Nancy Drew…brings back so many great childhood memories.

  • 14
    Thordis says:

    This is a great release. So many products I would like to get, so my list is long ๐Ÿ™‚
    The most memorable book that I have read is The Icelandic Saga’s … I love them all ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 15
    Ohhh Snap says:

    The most memorable book I’ve read in the last few years is “Let’s Pretend this Never Happened” by Jenny Lawson.

    A strong contender is The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling’s nom de plume).

  • 16
    Polly Lemire says:

    “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron. It still inspires me to live a more lprdoductive and creative life.

  • 17
    Allene Frederick says:

    “The Life of Our Lord” by Charles Dickens. I have never been a big reader and in high school I was struggling to find a book to read for class. My mom handed me a copy of my Great-Grandfather’s book to read. Best memory and book I’ve ever read.

  • 18
    Margaret says:

    Hawaii by James Michner

  • 19
    Louise Spiden says:

    One of my favorite books was ‘Me Before You’ by Jojo Moyes. I often think about the characters years after I’ve read it….sign of a good book I think?

  • 20
    Jessica Monte says:

    OK I am in love with everything this month. My most memorable book I read to myself was the Key trilogy by Nora Roberts (I only read them 3 times lol) For my daughter that I have read to her is the magic tree house series. They are our favorite books we enjoy together. But then I also love Harry Potter all of the books. I have only read them 8 time…

  • 21
    Ange Kelly says:

    I read A LOT! but one of my favourites is the Harry Potter series…

  • 22
    Sandra says:

    I love She’s Come Undone by Wally Lamb. I have read it several times over the years and still think it is a moving story of hurt and betrayal. Thanks for the opportunity to win, love the new stitching elements!

  • 23
    Nita K. says:

    What a question! The most memorable book I’ve read is Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret by Judy Blume. As a kid I read it over and over. I also loved the Ramona books by Beverly Cleary. I began a lifelong love of reading through these books.

  • 24
    katevdp says:

    “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society” by Mary Ann Shafer & Annie Burrows. I’ve always loved a book of written letters & this beautiful book just stole my heart. I’ve bought many copies of it as gifts, and it never fails to lift the spirit.

  • 25
    Imke Ludwig says:

    “The Swarm” from Frank Schรคtzing, a german author. Ecological message packaged as science-thriller. And if you dive (like me), it is even creepier.

  • 26
    AnneC says:

    What an amazing release. My favorite book I read was when I was in High School and that was A Tale of Two Cities.

  • 27
    Christine Nixon says:

    I have many, many favorite books and read them over and over, but I guess the one that has stayed with me the longest was one I read in second grade. I do not remember the author but the title of the book was Chanticlair the Rooster. I loved the colorful illustrations and that sparked my lifelong love of roosters. My kitchen has always been decorated with them and I still love them to this day.

  • 28

    I would have to say…as a pre teen I read Roots before it was a mini series and it was very thought provoking at that young age.

  • 29
    Nadia Kendall says:

    I remember having to read Manchild in the Promised Land whle entering High School. I didn’t fully understand it then but as an adult, I appreciate the message more.

  • 30
    Kim Faucher says:

    I have to say To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
    It changed the way I thought about the world, how to positively deal with injustice and created a love of reading for me.

  • 31
    Carolyn Picken says:

    The bible , it is a guide to living the life God created me for.

  • 32
    Sheri Watts says:

    Most recently read a book called “The Selection” I loved it and the characters stayed with me long after reading the book.

  • 33
    Caren says:

    Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Always travel with a towel!

  • 34
    julieann says:

    Mine is a fun one it is the Janet Evonavich series only because I have a very stressful job and it destresses me.

  • 35
    jan metcalf says:

    Ann of Green Gables. The book was passed down from my mother to me and then to my daughter, precious memories!

  • 36
    Cammie says:

    I truly cannot pick just one book; however, in my thirty years of teaching thousands of students and many different pieces of literature, I never had a student who did not like To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. It was always a joy to guide my students through the wonderful lessons Lee teaches in this novel.

  • 37

    So many memorable books… but I’d probably have to go with The Diary of Anne Frank. So remarkable and all the more so because it is true!

  • 38
    Lindsey L. says:

    What an amazing release! I love reading and there are so many novels I love, but truly the most memorable book has to be the word of God, particularly the New Testament.

  • 39
    Kathy W says:

    “Most memorable” in my lifetime I can’t really say…most memorable this year would probably be Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch or Eleanor Catton’s The Luminaries or Elizabeth Gilbert’s The Signature of All Things. Each one was involved and long–I like long books, so I can enjoy the story and the writing for a few weeks.

  • 40
    Connie G says:

    To pick just one memorable book is next to impossible because I love to read. One of the many favorites I have though is To Kill A Mockingbird. I have never forgotten it.

  • 41

    The most memorable book I have read is Daddy by Danielle Steel. It was the first book I read in high school that transitioned me from reading young adult to adult books. She is still my favorite author!

  • 42
    Victoria h says:

    Harry potter and the philosophers stone….after reading this I was hooked! My daughter loves these books too.

  • 43
    sano says:

    The Bible. So many of life’s questions can be answered there.

  • 44
    Heather I. says:

    Every Day by David Levithan is one of the most memorable books I have read.

  • 45
    Dee in NH says:

    A Tree Grows In Brooklyn is probably one of my all time favorites. I have always been an avid reader and could probably list another dozen (or more) favorites but when I was younger I read this book several times.

  • 46
    Karen F says:

    I don’t have only one favorite book, but the Harry Potter series made me fall in love with reading all over again. Loved going to the book release parties and was so sad to attend the party for the final book in the series. Never felt that way about any other book series and characters.

  • 47
    MargR says:

    The book that is most memorable to me is ‘Emma’ by Jane Austen, which led me to read all her books, then other 19thC novels such as by Elizabeth Gaskell and Anthony Trollope.

  • 48
    Sallie says:

    “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee.

  • 49
    Cindy says:

    I would have to say Lord of the Rings. I first read it when I was 13 and have reread it probably 20 times!

  • 50
    Isabel Z says:

    To hard to chose from so many so I will go with a childhood favorite–Little House in the Big Woods and the rest of the series. So many good memories.

  • 51
    Jan Pufall says:

    I loved The Kite Runner. It was difficult to read about such awful conditions, and inspiring to read about how some people.are still,able to come out on the other side of such devastation.

  • 52
    l says:

    My most memorable book I have ever read is the Bible…as for fiction, Where the Red Fern Grows. Read as a child and cried so much! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 53
    Amanda says:

    As a kid “Alas Babylon” which I still remember vividly. And as an older kid, “Green Darkness” has been the most memorable. Still love them both.

  • 54
    Mary-Anne V. says:

    Wonderful release…love those Christmas related projects. For my fav. book I go way back to two classics Anne of Green Gables and Little Women.

  • 55

    I’m not much of a reader but Shutter Island was one that stuck with me! It was great!!!

  • 56
    Julie C. says:

    What an awesome release! So excited to get into holiday crafting! My most memorable book would be “The Lost World” by Michael Crichton when I was almost 9. I was at the beach with my family, and had read all of the Little House books (again) that I brought with me. I loved the movie Jurassic Park that had just come out, and my dad left his book on his chair while he was in the water, so it was fair game to me! My first introduction into a whole new world of book selection.

  • 57
    Terri W says:

    The book I have read over and over is The Stand by Stephen King. I always find something I missed in previous reads.

  • 58
    Bev Karolak says:

    I have to say…. Lord of the Rings series. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 59
    Cheryl says:

    I love many books, and the most recent memorable book I’ve read is “The God Who Weeps” by Terryl and Fiona Givens. It is beautiful.

  • 60
    Beth says:

    East of Eden – John Steinbeck

  • 61
    Stephanie P. says:

    This has to be the most amazing release release to date! There is so much I want! The most memorable book I’ve read was Lightening by Dean Koontz… made me a fan.

  • 62
    Aimee says:

    One of my all time favorites is Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston. It’s a girl-power book written in the 1930’s and has amazing imagery and depth.

  • 63
    Cyndie says:

    Wonderful release! Can’t wait! Now for the question: the earliest memorable book I can remember reading (from junior high school way too many years ago) was Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen). Still enjoy it today. Oh, and I always re-read A Christmas Carol by Dickens, every Christmas Eve. No movie has ever captured the wry humor of the original story.

  • 64
    Tee Tee says:

    I’m going to have to go with Pride and Prejudice but there are so many more.

  • 65
    F Bond says:

    3rd or 4th grade-Scholastic Book Fair- “Mary Jane”. My introduction to chapter books had me hooked! After that, every time the Scholastic Fair came- I asked for as many books as I could. I loved it so much that as an adult and we went from state to state and country to country (military family) I kept this book with me. Almost 50 years later its still here- in my craft room on display.

  • 66
    Kathy D says:

    Oh, my…how do you name a favorite?? Do I go classic…”Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott? Or more recent, the Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling?

  • 67
    kris says:

    The Help because I read it and loved it and gave it to my mom who read it in the hospital and loved it just before she passed.

  • 68
    Melissa friedrich says:

    One of my most memorable books I’ve read is So Big by Edna Ferber, a wonderful story, exciting setting of a growing city and excellent writing.

  • 69
    Maria C F says:

    I love to read so there are many to chose from but I will have to go with Anne of Green Gables.

  • 70
    Julene says:

    Such a hard question, you know this, but I will pick TheSecret Life if Bees.

  • 71
    erin says:

    I can remember reading the Mists of Avalon when I was in junior high and being blown away.

  • 72
    Natalie says:

    Mine would have to be book #4 of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: “So long and thanks for all the fish” by Douglas Adams.

  • 73
    Denise E says:

    There are so many books to choose from. But, for me, the most memorable that I’ve read over and over is the Bible. For other literature, “Redeeming Love” by Francine Rivers made a big impression on me. Love the entire release! Thank you!

  • 74
    VikkiCH says:

    This release is epic! “To Kill a Mockingbird” always makes it to the top of my favs.

  • 75
    Cheri says:

    The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.

  • 76

    I would say the most memorable book was “The Joy Luck Club”. I read it when I was young and I loved it so much I read all of Amy Tan ‘ s other books after that!

  • 77
    janet wilson says:

    Oh, I’d have to put “Gone with the Wind” aside for now and say “The Physician” by Noah Gordon. This is a Historical fiction book which is set in the 11th century, about a young man who disguises himself as a Jew – to enable him to attend a “medical school” in Persia.

    FANTASTIC Release ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 78
    Dragica W. says:

    I read a lot, but one of my favourites is Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen. Great release!

  • 79
    Birgit says:

    The most memorable book I have read and continue to read is the Bible. I enjoy other reading as well, but there is none more important than the truths and hope you’ll find when you need it, when you read the Bible.

  • 80
    Luray says:

    I read a lot! But the most memorable book would have to be the Bible.

  • 81
    adele says:

    Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand was a favorite that I read several times. I’m an avid reader and I see a lot of other titles here that are also memorable. More recently, The Help, The Art of Racing in the Rain, Outlander and Game of Thrones. I could make a very long list, so I’ll stop now! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 82
    Shannon--Hank's Mom says:

    Anything I can read with my 10 year old son. He still loves when I read to him. His favorite book–21 Balloons.

  • 83
    Jen W. says:

    Congrats on another amazing release! The most memorable book I’ve ever read – and my all time favorite – is “To Kill A Mockingbird”. I read it at least once a year and always find a new little gem in it. I even named my dogs Scout, Atticus and Jem!

  • 84
    Teresa F says:

    A Tree Grows In Brooklyn. Read as a child and still retread it once in a while. Love the new releases!

  • 85
    Kate says:

    I tend to like the classics, especially Thomas Hardy. I have read and re-read many of his novels but always come back to Far From the Madding Crowd which I just love!

  • 86
    Terri E. says:

    Great release day! I have to go with a serried, The O’Malleys by Dee Henderson.

  • 87
    SueB says:

    Not only the book but the movie as well – “To Kill a Mockingbird”.

  • 88
    Diane Anthony says:

    I would have to say that the Little House Books have been my most memorable. I saved my money to go and buy them in paperback when I was young! I told myself that when I was a grown up, I would get them all in hardcover, and I have!

  • 89
    Meg C says:

    The Chronicles of Narnia. My 5th grade teacher shared these books with my class. I re-read them all a few years back when The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe was about to be released as a movie. This brought back memories I have of this favorite teacher.

  • 90
    Irene S says:

    The Pelican Brief was the most memorable book I have read. I couldn’t put it down.

  • 91
    Katherine K says:

    A Lineage of Grace by Francine Rivers is the most memorable book I’ve ever read. Also helped me through some tough times. A humbling but inspirational read for women.

  • 92
    Rachel says:

    Great expectations!

  • 93
    LindaM says:

    I love to read and really loved all your book themed releases this month. I really loved the Twillight series.

  • 94
    Jan Stroh says:

    I must say Outlander by Diana Galbadon. History, Romance, Fantasy who could ask for more!

  • 95
    Tanja S. says:

    Apart from The Bible, my most memorable book is “The Help” such a well written and moving book. Of course there are many, many other great books.

  • 96

    In classic literature “Anna Karenina” was amazing. More recently I read “Gone Girl” and the plot so twisted I couldn’t put it down!

  • 97
    Lennie says:

    I love to read and find it hard to pick the most memorable book that I have read. If forced to pick just one, I would pick the book of Ester from the Bible.

  • 98
    Amy says:

    I’d have to say Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison — it introduced me to my favorite series (I’ve re-read all the books numerous times) but it was also a gift from my husband and introduced me to a brand new author to love!

  • 99
    Kathy DuBose says:

    My first book in a book series….and that is Flowers in the Attic. This is an awesome release.

  • 100

    The most memorable book that I have read is “The Empress of China by Pearl S. Buck. It was written in 1956(!!) and I read it when I was 16 from my mother. I can still remember how I was totally in my own (chinese) world for weeks!!! I would love to read it again!

  • 101
    Penny P. says:

    I am such an avid reader there are so many I could list. The most recent I’ve read had such an impression on me I read it twice! It is 11/22/63 by Stephen King. I love time travel and this was written so well!

  • 102
    Grace says:

    I’ve read some really awesome books over the years. But the most memorable book I’ve read is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Daggy I know! But I read it as a kid over 20 years ago and yet what I learned stays with me – there is always fun to be had when you don’t let your mind get old and there is always a bit magic waiting to happen,

  • 103
    annheidel says:

    I love many books, so that is a difficult choice. Today I’ll say “The Blue Castle” by L.M. Montgomery. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 104
    Dolly says:

    My all time favorite book is one I read as a child “Jonathon Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach. I loved it…still do! ๐Ÿ˜€
    Beautiful work ladies!!

  • 105
    Tammy Mohr says:

    I love a good paranormal mystery and my favorite is The Rachel Morgan Series by Kim Harrison because it contains a lot of humor. They are a fun escape from the day to day world. I also love the Harry Potter Series. I think my favorite was “The Prisoner of Azkaban”.

  • 106
    Lanie Weathers says:

    “Grapes of Wrath” by Steinbeck

  • 107
    Sue D says:

    Most memorable book is Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

  • 108
    Alanna says:

    My scriptures are the most influential book in my life.

  • 109
    Yvette F. says:

    The Notebook

  • 110
    Janice says:

    My most memorable book is “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak, a fictional story set in World War II Germany, told, interestingly enough, from death’s point of view. Even as a lover of books, this book touched my heart like few have.

  • 111
    Betty H. says:

    When I was a moody teenager, a teacher recommended I read “Pride and Prejudice”. It was that book that triggered my love of books and reading. I will always be grateful for that recommendation. Now I work in an elementary school library and try everyday to find that one book that will light up a reluctant reader.

  • 112
    Deb Else says:

    I read many books each year, and my favorites change all the time. I have to say James Herriot’s All Creatures Great and Small is one I come back to often to retread.

  • 113
    Grace says:

    I love to read . The most memorable book is MY BIBLE. It teaches us how to belong to The Lord and how to walk in this world.

  • 114
    Carrie T says:

    I will never forget Judy Blume’s book, “Are You There God, It’s Me, Margaret?” My 6th grade teacher gave it to me in hopes of sparking my interest in reading. I was a good student, but not much of a reader. I will forever be grateful to that teacher and Judy Blume as I’ve been an avid reader ever since!

  • 115
    Geri G says:

    “The Mountains Are Calling”…written by my Grandfather! He enlightened his readers with the trials & tribulations of pioneer life. He wrote 4 books during his lifetime. A legacy of stories to be passed down through the generations.

    Fabulous product and amazing projects ladies!

  • 116
    Kristii says:

    One of the most memorable books I have ever read was The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak. I didn’t like that death was the narrator if the book, but it drew me in and touched my heart forever.

  • 117
    Suzette says:

    I have to say the most memorable book I have read is the Bible. I have read through the Bible several times in the last few years and I must say there is something new to glean with every reading. While I love to read, and do read many books, the Bible is really the only one that matters.

  • 118
    Lizzie T says:

    I’d have to say the most memorable book to me is “Goodnight Moon” – I read it to my son every night when he was young. He’s in college now and I still have the book! I’d love to pass down to a grandchild someday.

  • 119
    Karolina says:

    I don’t read a lot, but one of my favourite books has been “The picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde, a classic ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 120
    Melanie MacKenzie says:

    My mother strongly encouraged reading when I was young and I was never really interested until she gave me “The Hobbit”. I was hooked and have loved reading ever since.

  • 121
    Diana says:

    Oh, it’s so hard to pick just one! To Kill a Mockingbird will stay with me for the rest of my life so I guess that makes it the most memorable. I really love the stamps and dies!

  • 122
    Mo Jo says:

    I am a full fledged, 44 year old Potterhead. I have retread the series 4 times and I find something new each time.

  • 123
    Dgolly says:

    Love, love, love this release. It will be so hard to choose what to order and which book to list. I think I’ll go with Harry Potter, my whole family read them and watch the movies and still discuss things about them today.

  • 124
    sandra m says:

    I will always remember The Book Thief. It was so moving and told from a perspective i have not found in any other book.

  • 125
    Lilian says:

    Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

  • 126
    Karen Baker says:

    Great release. The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner!

  • 127
    Melissa Sibert says:

    Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers and Lord of the Flies. There are so many classics that are great. To Kill a Mockingbird, Tale of Two Cities, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice andMen, Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, Unbroken….I could go on and on. Great reads.

  • 128
    Donna Gourley says:

    This may sound strange, but “The Boxcar Children” which I read as a child. I was not a reader by any stretch of the imagination, but this book opened the door to what reading could be for me. I still don’t read as much as I’d like to except on vacation…let’s face it…I’d rather be stamping! But I did learn that whole other worlds could be found in books and the Boxcar Children did that for me.

  • 129
    Jessica H. says:

    Wow. This is definitely a tough question. The most memorable is not necessarily my favorite….I’d have to go with Fast Food Nation. That book made me see eating beef and fast food in a whole new light.

  • 130
    Sarah T. says:

    At the age of 13 I had to spend time in hospital and while there my Dad read to me – something he hadn’t done for years. We read Beowulf, and that book has staying in my heart to this day. I’ve read many versions since but that first time was magical. My son recently read the Seamus Heaney translation of it, and loved it as much as my Dad and I did.

  • 131
    donna says:

    I love reading all the other choices. So many books moved me profoundly but Night by Elie Wiesel was the most powerful book I ever read. I read it decades ago but it haunts me to this day.

  • 132
    PJ says:

    So many great books to choose from. I’m going to say the New Nancy Drew Series
    from the 80s. It’s what made me fall in love with reading!

  • 133
    Pamela Levingston says:

    The Bible.

  • 134
    Laurie says:

    The Bible, of course. Must also include all the books written by my favorite mystery writer, Agatha Christie.

  • 135
    June W says:

    Gone With The Wind stands out as one of the most memorable books I have read. It is hard to choose just one! Great release this month. My wish list is long! Then there is the Make It Market kit that is coming on the first!

  • 136
    barbie says:

    The Jungle by Upton Sinclair, I read it in college and it made me look at things differently

  • 137
    Kathy V says:

    I would say “My Daughter and I” but I don’t remember the author.

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    Tema says:

    My favorite book isThe Ring by Danielle Steele.It was a time when her stories had substance.This has been another release with fabulous products& some really beautiful samples.

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    Pat H says:

    The Outlander series

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    Kristie G. says:

    I read quite a bit and any of Karen Kingsbury books are memorable for me. Love her and love this release. Oh my pocket book is going to be empty after this. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    jeannine says:

    it’s hard to narrow it down. but if i had to choose the one that has made a difference in my life it would have to be “the alchemist” by paulo coelho. thanks.

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    Janet B from WV says:

    Pride & Prejudice. The first time I tried to read it, I couldn’t get into it for some reason. I tried again a few years later & loved it.

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    Erin Schreiner says:

    The Count of Monte Cristo. No idea why, but I have always remembered that book. It’s a classic!

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    sarah.boirin says:

    Audrey Niffenegger’s The Time Travellers Wife – hard going at times but a brilliant read.x

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    Tanya says:

    Fall on your knees by Anne Marie Macdonald. I love her style of writing and the fact that she is a Canadian author.

  • 146

    Most memorable book… that’s tough. I would have to say The Book of Mormon. Atlas Shrugged, The Lord of the Rings, and The Historian are other favorites. (It’s almost October… Time to reread The Historian! It’s a spooky history of Dracula… a fabulously intense and hair-raising read without being disturbing.)

  • 147
    Kim Edsen says:

    I can’t wait to check out everyone’s favorite books! I love Little House books. I read them over and over as a child and now read them with my children. They are near and dear.

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    Cathy Max says:

    My lovely daughter got me back into reading. She highly suggested I read the Hunger Games series and the Harry Potter series. And I must say, I was immediately hooked! Drove my hubby crazy because I couldn’t put the books down and would read way into the wee hours of the morning ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Erin says:

    Absolutely A Prayer for Owen Meany. One of the best books I have ever read. I didn’t want it to be over ….

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    Josie Dee says:

    I have been reading books since I first learned how and I panic if I don’t have a book waiting to be read after finishing my current read. To pick just one is impossible for so many come to mind….”As the Crow Flies”, “A Women of Substance”, Pillars of the Earth”, Beach Music”…but that just names a few. To me reading is my way of relaxing and allows me to make my own artistic movie as I give the written word life. Love the chance to escape!

  • 151
    Denise C. says:

    I’m an Ann of Green Gables fan. I read them with my daughter and we also watched all the movies.

  • 152
    Janet Swofford says:

    The most memorable book I have ever read is the Bible. It’s the only book that I have ever read over and over and gleaned new fresh life-changing inspiration from God every time I read it!

  • 153
    Bridget says:

    Besides the Bible, which has affected my life beyond words, the most memorable book I’ve read is Wild Swans, by Jung Chang – the staggering true story of three generations of women in China during the last century!

  • 154
    Amy Dann says:

    My most memorable book has been “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand. When learning about WWII in school, I never truly grasped what so many lived through and how many lost their lives. Truly a moving book. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

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    Wendy says:

    Little Women. I have always identified with Jo March. It’s a book that has stayed with me my whole life.

  • 156
    Connie P says:

    Tops is the Bible, but other tan that I would have to say “The Bondage Breaker” by Neil Anderson. It changed my life!

  • 157
    Anna Natalia says:

    My favorite book is “My Name is Red” by Orhan Pamuk. The book keeps you guessing until the end.

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    Carla McGuire says:

    My most memorable book that I read is Atlas Shrugged. It is a great book especially if you are an entrepreneur.

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    Janet says:

    Picking out one book is like saying you can only have one Papertrey stamp! So I’ll pick “The Power of Introverts” by Susan Cain. Being an introvert gives me the time to read all the books I love.(And time for paper crafting.) GREAT release.

  • 160

    Gone with the wind is still a favourite book and one day soon I hope to visit all the wonderful places where it’s set.

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    Hlee says:

    My most memorable book is The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch. It’s a book I think everyone should read. Makes you really take a look at life’s meaning and the appreciation of the time you are given on earth. It’s a book I’ll never forget.

  • 162
    Barbara Schmidt says:

    I read a lot, but the first book that comes to mind is “Gone with the Wind”. It was the first long book I read as a teenager & the movie was re-released at the same time too.

  • 163

    If I had to name one, it would be The Red Tent. It is the story of Rachel. Wonderful memorable book for me.

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    Donna Hoppe says:

    Great release. Most memorable book is the classic To Kill a Mockingbird. I will still read it evey year or so.

  • 165

    The most memorable book for me has been Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In” – I am not one for non-fiction, but this is a book with such wonderful career advice. And she’s funny too!

  • 166
    Linda Gorman says:

    The Law of Attraction. An eye opener!!!!

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    Marcia Hill says:

    The most memorable and the one I go back to again and again is the bible, but I do love to read fiction and biographies. The first book I ever really remember reading and absolutely loving was Little House in the Big Woods…loved that whole series in fact! Great release this month and I want it all…have to try and pare it down now.

  • 168
    Holly Saveur says:

    Love to read .and read so very much..but for me the first book I really read as a child and got me wanting to read one and on … is Sjakie(the way it is spelled and called in Dutch) and the Chocolate factory ….

  • 169
    Nazia N says:

    Prozac nation – because I related to the depression and felt less alone

  • 170
    Sherrie M. says:

    Most memorable book….that’s a tough one! I’d have to say the Harry Potter series most definitely!

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    c says:

    Gorgeous release! Most memorable book: To Kill A Mockingbird. Atticus Finch…sighhh…Thank you for the give-away opportunity!

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    Becky Green says:

    PRIDE & PREJUDICE & the BIBLE! I am a helpless romantic! LOL The Bible offers a road map for life & I COULDN’T DO without it! ๐Ÿ™‚ LOOOOVE these book marks & the sentiments to accompany them! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Michelle W says:

    Oh so many! Wild Swans by Jung Chang, The Fatal Shore by Robert Hughes, Mao’s Last Dancer by Li Cunxin. I read constantly so there are many memorable books in my life!

  • 174
    LindaCC says:

    My Side of the Mountain. Actually was first read to us by our 5th grade teacher, but it stayed with me and had to reread it as an adult!

  • 175
    Meagan says:

    I’ve read so many books it’s hard to narrow it down to just one. But the one I read over and over again is the Harry Potter series. A series counts as one, right : )

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    Cindy C. says:

    “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” by Mitch Albom, an elderly man in a heroic attempt to save a little girl from a falling amusement park ride is killed and sent to heaven. He meets five people from his lifetime who had a significant impact on him. The book is full of great quotes too . . “All endings are also beginnings. We just don’t know it at the time.”

  • 177
    rashonda says:

    I think my most memorable book would be The Giver by Lois Lowry. Great release!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 178
    Jayell says:

    Hard to pick the most memorable book, but I’ve just read ‘Before I Go To Sleep’ and that certainly stayed with me.

  • 179
    diana says:

    Too hard to pick just one! I love reading and always give books as gifts to the children in my life. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    Mateja P says:

    The Book Thief. Exceptional book with a sad story but amazing reading.

  • 181

    I always love books and with life getting busy, I didn’t read as much till I read Harry Potter. That book brings back all the joy of reading for me and I love that it also gets lot of kids inti reading.

  • 182
    Betty says:

    one of the last books i read was “the light between oceans” by m.l. stedman – it is the most beautiful story about forgiveness – i feel like crying in very few books and this one was one of them – wonderful writing, wonderful story – memorable – if i was reviewing it i would give it 5 stars!!

  • 183
    Enfys says:

    Birdsong by Sebastian Faulkes vividly bought to life the horrors of the trenches in France and Belgium, and I have re-read it this year during the anniversary events, it was just as moving second time around

  • 184
    Jeni says:

    My most memorable book…that’s a hard one. I guess I’ll go with the Twilight series that was so popular a few years ago. They’re the only books that I’ve read multiple times & couldn’t wait for the next one. Now of course they just collect dust…

  • 185
    Edie B says:

    Too many great ones to name just one but probably the most recent would be the Harry Potter series.

  • 186
    Janet Oberg says:

    I’ve read lots of memorable books (and many not so memorable ones). One thats stayed with me for almost 30 years is A Prayer for Owen Meany. It may be time to re-read it!!

  • 187
    Melanie P says:

    My favorite book is Little House on the Prairie. I have read it countless times over the years and it never gets old. Thank you for the chance to win.

  • 188
    Cammy says:

    Doctors by Erich Segal – it was my only english language book when I was studying in Austria. I read it multiple times and just loved the story. For our first wedding anniversary, my husband gave me a copy of the book (1st anniversary is paper) and I still love it.

  • 189
    Robin B. says:

    “The Help.”. Absolutely the best book. Have read and reread several times.

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    Patti says:

    Hands down the Bible!! This is a book I read continually over and over again more and more often than ANY other book. In it you will find adventure, instruction, mystery, history, and on virtually every page – Love! It is a LOVE story : ) The greatest story ever told – Jesus who was and is and is to come : )

    Thank you for the chance to win!


  • 191
    lainey says:

    This might be the first question I actually don’t have an answer for! I’m a big reader and have read many books over the years, but picking the most memorable one is too hard to do….I just can’t do it off the top of my head.

  • 192
    Katie B. says:

    Most memorable is Gone Girl. Only because it’s the last one I’ve read.

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    Janice Badger says:

    I read “The Hobbit” in 9th grade and did my first ever term paper on it. Opened my eyes to the world of science fiction/fantasy. I still re-read it every couple of years.

  • 194
    Marti says:

    My most memorable book is Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes; I read this when I was in the 4th Grade and it inspired my interest in history and reinforced my love of reading.

  • 195
    Cheryl F. says:

    For me, it’s Elizabeth and Her German Garden. I love the simplicity and subtle humor.

  • 196
    Michelle O. says:

    I just re-read “The Giver” for my book club (love the stamp set – it will be perfect for our group) and to remember the story before going to see the movie. It continues to be one of my favorite books!

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    Judy says:

    Books have always had an important place in my life so I would find it difficult to choose the most memorable book. One of many memorable books was To Kill a Mockinbird.

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    Marianne says:

    The Lord of the Rings (+ The Hobbit). It’s amazing how Tolkien managed to create a fantasy world that seems so real. And of course, there’s the universal theme of right and wrong, good and bad and the thin line between these.

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    Sue S says:

    I love everything by Wally Lamb,She’s Come Undone is the best. My guilty pleasure is Jodi Picoult.

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    Tami B says:

    Do children’s books count because there are a couple of those that I read so many times to my children, they are forever burned into my brain.

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    Trish says:

    Don’t laugh… But I have to say my most memorable book is the Boxcar Children. I have always loved to read and the adventures of those sweet children still thrill me-I can envision the swimming hole they made by damming up the creek.
    PS This release is just gorgeous. Your designers have really put a shine on the holidays!

  • 202
    Laurie says:

    Great release! I would have to say that my favorite book would have to be “Jane Eyre”. It was my introduction so many years ago to great classics!

  • 203
    Dinorah says:

    The Notebook. This will always be my favorite!

  • 204
    Manda says:

    This is such a difficult question to answer! I love reading and always have and there are many memorable books for all sorts of reasons. I’ll say Isaac Asimov’s Foundation though, because I think it was one of the first science fiction books I read and one of the few books I have made time to read again.

  • 205
    Liz H says:

    The most memorable book I have ever read is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – love it! Great release!

  • 206
    Marcie Sharp says:

    The Book Thief by Markus Zusak has to be the most memorable book I’ve read lately. So beautiful and haunting and heartbreaking.

  • 207
    Beatrice Lawson says:

    Two vastly different books… the Master and Margarita, and Quo Vadis. Both incredible, powerful books that cover the range of human experience from romantic love to religious belief and the absurdity of politics… I re-read them on a regular basis and the new bookmarks will be a great addition to these and other favorite books:-)

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    Jenelle T says:

    The most memorable book I’ve read besides the Bible is “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen. I had never read it and I got curious because the main character of another book I read was enthralled with the idea of Mr. Darcy. Normally, I don’t read books more than once, but I can see myself reading this one every year.

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    see mary stamp says:

    Oh – what a tough question. Probably the most memorable is To Kill a Mockingbird, so many important themes artfully conveyed in a beautifully told tale. Love this month’s release.

  • 210
    Krista T says:

    I would have to say Nancy Drew mystery series. A gift from my mom, these books introduced me to a life long love of learning.

  • 211
    Mendi M says:

    Up to now, I would have to say The Help…so good!

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    Judy says:

    I love the “Mark of the Lion” series by Francine Rivers.

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    marcy says:

    I read alot but there are a few books outside of the Bible that stand out. Evergreen, The Help, all of Lee Child’s, Gone With The Wind.

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    Sharon says:

    I have read so many great books – it is hard to pick a favorite! If I have to choose just one – Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett.

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    Denise L. says:

    The most memorable book for me is the Helen Keller story. I’m not sure if that is the title but it is the story of Helen & her teacher Annie Sullivan.

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    Pat Ackley says:

    Oh my! I guess I would have to say Pillars Of The Earth by Ken Follett. I first read it in 1989 and just reread it this summer and the story still captivated me. It’s a good book!

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    Jilly says:

    Does the Bible count as a “book”? It has all the answers I need and it’s a great instruction manual on life and how we should live it. The Bible never gets tired or boring. Each time I read it, I see something new.

  • 218
    Tammie J. says:

    I am not a big book reader. Between all of the things I read for my career and the magazines I enjoy, there is not much desire to read much else. Plus, my discretionary time is spent stamping! ๐Ÿ™‚ That said, I recently read The Help and thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • 219
    Hanne says:

    My most memorable book is a book that I read in my youth. It was a series and I forgot the name. It was a trilogy of a family in WWI, in the interbellum and in WWII.
    I still know how the story goes, although I don’t remember the author/ name…

    I read sooooo many good books ever since…

  • 220
    sharri reeves says:

    Like everyone else, picking just one book is very hard. “Little Women” has always been a favorite, I guess because I don’t have sisters, but my pick would be “Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card. It is such a statement on our society. Prejudice, over population, parenthood, taking responsibility, pushing our children to excel and not letting them just be kids, it’s all in there. Good read.

  • 221
    Angela Graves says:

    It is very hard for me to choose a favorite. As a young girl, I loved the Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden series. If I have to choose just one, the classic “To Kill A Mockingbird”. For my daughter, we are enjoying the series 43 Old Cemetery Road (by Kate Klise) together. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 222
    Vicki A. says:

    When I was younger, I was an avid reader. Recently I have not read as much, but my favorite book recently has been the first Harry Potter book, followed by the rest of the series.
    Wonderful release this month ladies, so many great new products to make beautiful cards and projects! Thank you.

  • 223
    Marchelle says:

    The most memorable book I’ve read (love) is the Bible. My favorite and most memorable novel is Pride and Prejudice.

  • 224
    Tami says:

    I would have to say “unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand. Such a great read.

  • 225

    I think it would be the Count of Monte Cristo. That was the first book I remember reading and just completely being drawn into it.

  • 226

    The Witching Hour by Anne Rice.

  • 227

    My most memorable book is Stephen King’s Pet Semetary, read when I was a teenager. I still get a shiver down my spine every time I think about it.

  • 228
    Chong McAfee says:

    Boy’s Life by Robert McCammon. A wonderful coming of age story, love and respect between father and son… I’ve lend this book to a few people and they all bought a copy for themselves to keep. I was very upset when the book ended, not to say it has an awful end but for the face that I am not visiting that world anymore…

  • 229
    Lea Ann H. says:

    Still remember sitting down to read Gone With the Wind, one afternoon when I was a preteen. Didn’t get up until I’d finished it!

  • 230
    Mila Ayers says:

    The most important book I have ever read and continue to read daily is the Bible. It is God’s Word speaking to me personally each day if I choose to read!

  • 231
    Colleen F says:

    Thank you for a fabulous release! The ONE book I continue to read daily and study is the Bible. I read several books a week and I must say I like a lot of authors, but Nicholas Sparks writes such heart touching stories that I would say those are my favorites!

  • 232
    Sue Rose says:

    From when I was a kid any book by Judy Blume and Beverly Cleary. One I remember so very clearly was A Wrinkle In Time. As an adult…The Help would be my most recent and the Stone Barrington series by Stuart Wood and of course, anything written by Mary Higgins Clark. I love to read, I could go on and on!

  • 233
    Leigh Penner says:

    I think I would have to say The Harry Potter series. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 234
    jodiv says:

    So many books…but the first one that popped into my mind was Master of the Game by Sidney Sheldon. I’ve read it several times and will likely read it many more.

  • 235
    Jennifer K says:

    So many wonderful books, but I think To Kill A Mockingbird ranks near the top as one of the most memorable.

  • 236

    “Journey of Souls” by Michael Newton. Inspiring, thought provoking and comforting.

  • 237
    Michele F says:

    A Woman of Substance – Barbara Taylor Bradford from years ago, but a story of winning while facing many obstacles never gets old.

  • 238
    Rebecca B. says:

    The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom.

  • 239
    Monica G. says:

    How can I narrow it down to one book…My top two are the Lord of the Rings trilogy and Les Miserables.

  • 240
    Viki says:

    What an amazing release! I have been reading a lot of Diary of a Wimpy Kid books as of late. My kids are only one year apart and both enjoy reading those books for AR. My son is just transitioning into chapter books so I read a page and he reads a page.

  • 241
    Janell says:

    I don’t know if I could pick just one favorite book. The one that came first was Island of the Blue Dolphins. It was a gift from my dad was I was young. Fabulous release!!

  • 242
    Nancy Ward says:

    “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” by Deepak Chopra. So inspiring, great read to spark your creativity too!

  • 243
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    Besides the Bible, I would say “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. I love the old-fashioned language & descriptions of the clothing from back then, contained in this book

  • 244
    Shelly Greybeck says:

    My most memorable book is A Child’s Book of Poems but I don’t know the author. My mother used to read poems to me every night. My favorite poem was always The Duel (gingham dog and calico cat).

  • 245
    Cynthia says:

    The Great Gatsby — it;s the first book I can recall reading that really made an impact on me

  • 246
    Vickie Z says:

    Oh, I have way too many favs…. read every night. One that stands out, at the moment, is My Sisters Keeper. Ending very different than the movie but, a book that I started on the weekend and didn’t put it down until I was finished.

  • 247
    Carol R. says:

    I am an avid reader and the first book that I thought of when I read the question is “Gone With the Wind”.

  • 248

    Definitely “The Lord of The Rings” by JRR Tolkien…however, I read this book, for the first time, over 20 years ago when I was in high school. I’ve re-read it multiple times over the years because it has always been more than just a book and a story. I viewed it more as a poem coming to life, with all the greatness and richness that only a true writer can achieve. Thanks for a chance to win!!

  • 249
    Peggy says:

    “The Handmaids Tale” by Margaret Atwood. It takes place in a future where few women are able to have babies.

  • 250
    Angela says:

    Jane Eyre. I love it because no matter what she’s forced to deal with, she never compromises her principles. And because it’s not about physically beautiful people.

  • 251
    becky p. says:

    Most memorable book I have ever read is Wonder. Although it is a children’s book, it had great characters, it made me both laugh and cry. The message was to be kind. Everyone cold benefit to tAke heed to that message bit not. Great release.

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    Klara Keton says:

    Picking Cotton:Our Memoir of Injustice and Redemption by Jennifer Thompson and Ronald Cotton.

  • 253
    StephH says:

    It’s like you are asking me to pick a favorite child! May be that my all time favorite is “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini. This book affected me on so many levels, and most importantly, reinforced in me how fortunate I am to be an American!

  • 254
    Melissa S. says:

    It’s o hard to pick just one book! I am an avid reader, so I have a lot of incredible books to choose from. I absolutely love historical fiction, so I guess I would choose Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier. I felt like I was walking with Inman on his journey.

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    AllysonA says:

    Pride & Prejudice was the most memorable book I’ve read. Absolutely loved it! Thanks for a fun week of inspiration – you’re making me want to put up the Christmas tree early!

  • 256
    Carol L says:

    My most memorable book is “Rush to Judgement” – written after the JFK assasination.

  • 257
    Lona H. says:

    I have read so many books it’s impossible for me to pick one. One of my very favorites growing up was the Laura Ingalls Wilder series.

  • 258
    Kris says:

    Although it is hard to pick one memorable book, I would choose “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. It was the first book that I became totally immersed in the lives of the characters and loved the characters, so that I felt like they were my family or friends. Great memories, great question!

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    As I’m originally from Hungary I’ll have to mention a Hungarian author/poet/novelist: Madach Imre and his work titled “Az ember tragediaja” which translates to “The tragedy of the human”.
    But I do read in English too and the book that doesn’t let me forget it is by T. Reisz: The Original Sinners.

  • 260
    Gaby says:

    Great release…

    I love reading, so I have many to choose from. I loved The Host by Stephanie Meyer. Terrible movie but an amazing book.

  • 261
    TracyK says:

    I read so much that it is hard to choose just one. “Gone with the Wind” is a favorite. My favorite children’s book is “Love Your Forever.” Reminds me of my two (now adult) sons!

  • 262
    Bev says:

    It’s hard to choose. I read a lot of mystery stuff and love it for the entertainment and some of them have been pretty darn good. But 2 books stand out as memorable. One, not a mystery. I read it a long time ago but it helped me thru a strange time in my life. It was ‘I’m OK, your’re OK. ‘. And for entertainment one by Stephen king – ‘the girl who loved Tom Gordon’. He is such a masterful story teller.

  • 263
    Deann Donohue says:

    In 5th grade sister made me read To Kill A Mockingbird. It was and still remains the most important book I ever read! I love it for so many reasons!!

  • 264
    Sherry says:

    Well, that’s a GREAT question. I’m going to have to pick Jane Eyre. Read it in high school and 50 years later I still have that dog-eared copy. I just love Jane’s strength and how she remained sweet and optimistic despite the odds. Looking forward to checking out books recommended by others! thanks for the great question and for the chance to win!! hugs, Sherry

  • 265
    Janet says:

    I am an avid reader and have many favorites, but my most memorable book is Anne Frank’s Diary. I read it as a young girl and have never forgotten its impact.

  • 266
    Noreen says:

    There are so many good books! I have always loved the Laura Ingalls Wilder series, and have reread it many times. I think I’m going to find many new books to try in these comments!

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    Kay Miller says:

    I have a lot of books that I love, so this is really hard for me, but just recently I read a book that made a huge impression on me. When I finished it I could not stop thinking about it for weeks. I was completely in love with the two main characters. The book is The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater, an amazing book!!

  • 268
    Debi W says:

    Favorite book? That would be like saying a mother saying she has only one favorite child when she has several. I guess I would have to list Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. As a child I read that book and her whole series over and over and began I life long love of reading.

  • 269
    Jackie Lic says:

    The Help was my most favorite.

  • 270
    Courtney F says:

    So many yummy creations and I don’t know where to start with all these goodies, my wishlist just keeps getting longer!!

  • 271
    Jennifer Delaurier says:

    “Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon, a compelling series set in the 1700’s in the Scottish Highlands during the war with Great Britain. Beautifully written.

  • 272
    Glorie says:

    I loved the Harry Potter series (even though I am not a kid ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Lori Weinberg says:

    Well I have a long list of favorite books; Charms for the Easy Life, Secret Life of Bees, Like Water for Chocolate, Tara Road, Outlander…. but my most memorable? Well that goes way back to The Boxcar Children. Oh how I wanted to live on my own at 8!

  • 274
    Liliana Phillips says:

    There are so many books that I love, “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte and “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen are at the top of my list. As a teenager I also read “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton and absolutely loved it.

  • 275
    Annette Snyder says:

    I would have to go with my scriptures! They are the ones that I read the most and read again and again!
    Thanks so much for a fabulous release!

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    Keysha Sain says:

    The most memorable book I have read …. WOW! What a good question…. I would have to say The Book of God: The Bible as a Novel by Walter Wangerin Jr. it is the entire story of the bible written/read as a historical novel. I loved it!!

  • 277
    Tiffany says:

    I have read many memorable books. But one that sticks with me I read as a kid. ‘Witch of Blackbird Pond.’ By Elizabeth George Speare

  • 278
    Diane says:

    THE BIBLE!!!

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    Martha B says:

    The child in me says” The Night before Christmas” lol ,but as an Adult I enjoy anything by Mary Balogh and anything written about Fictional Russian History.

  • 280
    Jenny says:

    “The Way of Kings” by Brandon Sanderson is unlike anything I’ve read before; he is such a creative storyteller. This release is out of the ballpark! Wow.

  • 281
    Donna Phelan says:

    A Year By The Sea by Joan Anderson. One of my most favorites recommended to me by one of my most favorite gal pals! A journey about a woman living unconventionally for a year on Cape Cod. Contemplating her life, marriage, family and who she is in this world. Love all of her books!

  • 282
    Colleen says:

    As an avid reader, choosing one favorite book is like picking your favorite child. But the first book I thought of was Baldacci’s “Absolute Power”. I could not put it down.

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    Rita says:

    The Wisdom of the Enneagram transformed my life, but Anne of Green Gables holds my heart. Spending time in Avonlea with Marilla, Matthew, Rachel, Diana, Gilbert, and Anne is wonderful and magical.

  • 284
    Gerry S says:

    “Unbroken” by Laura Hillderband. A story of a true American hero.

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    Amy Tweedy says:

    I also read a lot. My most recent memorable book was The Fault in our Stars. Beautifully written and poignant.

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    April C. says:

    “The Hiding Place” by Corrie ten Boom is a very moving true story of incredible faith in God amidst the horrors of war, even in a Nazi concentration camp. I was touched by the two sisters’ journey of faith, compassion, and forgiveness.

  • 287
    Janet W says:

    So many books, so many lovely memories… Probably the most memorable for me is the children’s book “The Velveteen Rabbit” -read ever so many times to my son, many years ago.

  • 288
    ayn says:

    “Love Story” by Erich Segal…the greatest love story ever told ( in my opinion )… simple, elegant and will touch you to the core…

  • 289
    Kristen V says:

    One of the most memorable I ever read has to be “The Scarlet Letter”. I loved the book about as much as the movie. Would love to win anything because my list is huge. This is a great release. I can’t believe how many dies there are and I have no will power to say no to when it comes to dies!

  • 290
    Loydene says:

    “Atlas Shrugged” Ayn Rand
    Great release – I am still loving the shaker shapes!

  • 291
    Noelle says:

    What beautiful projects!
    I can’t choose between ‘Where The Red Fern’ Grows or ‘Anne of Green Gables’
    I don’t read much – I’d rather be making =) But both of those books I’ve read several times.

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    Carol bu says:

    I know this may seem weird – Edgar Allen Poe’s -The Pit and the Pendulum but you have to hear the reason. My husband read this to me when I was pregnant with our first child. I was very stressed. To take my mind off things what better way then a good classic story!

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    Terry says:

    Hands down, my favorite book is “To Kill a Mockingbird ” by Harper Lee. Close second is “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Pie Society” by Mary Ann Shafer and Annie Burrows.

  • 294
    Michele says:

    To Kill a Mocking Bird resonates with me when we still have inequality in our world even all these years on.

  • 295

    I have to admit, I love Harry Potter. I keep reading the books again and again and never get tired of it. But we recently read a book to our girl and it is about anger, love and how to deal with feelings. It’s so cute and lovable and it made a big impression on me. I don’t think it is available in English, though. In Germany the title is “Der Zauberer Kotzmotz”.

  • 296
    Tiffany A says:

    Harry Potter!! Haha I know I know….

  • 297
    Pam G says:

    The Diary of Anne Frank…such a moving account of a young girl’s life while in hiding from the Nazi’s. I was so inspired by this “ordinary girl growing up in extraordinary times”.

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    Kristinkat2 says:

    This is a hard question for a literature teacher, but I will go with _To Kill a Mockingbird_. Scout, looking from the Radley porch at the end, seeing Boo’s world (and isolation and curiosity and protection and love) is one of the most poignant scenes ever written. She “stands in his shoes” and understands his life. What a rich and ever-true lesson for us all. Thanks for a fun release.

  • 299
    Cecilie says:

    I think Grapes of Wrath might be one of the books that has really stuck with me.

  • 300
    Shazia says:

    A Thousand Splendid Suns!

  • 301
    Anne G says:

    “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand. A wonderful true story of resilience and redemption.

  • 302
    Linda says:

    I love to read and it brings me great joy to have a book in my hands. I have so many that are the best. First I have to say the Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. This was a great love story from the beginning to end and covered the highs and lows of loving someone and growing old together. My next is The Secret and I read a small phrase every morning to start my day. It has changed the way I look at things and how I deal with everyday life. And finally I have to give mention to JK Rowlings and her Harry Potter series I think she is an amazing women. It just warms my heart to see kids reading again and being so excited to do so. I have seen families reading her books together. I love it!

  • 303
    Diana K says:

    A very difficult question! My most memorable book is probably the first one ever read out loud to me in school, Little Pear by Eleanor Frances Lattimore, about a little boy in China.

  • 304
    melaniadeasy says:

    The most memorable book to me is the Bible. It is my guide in life ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 305
    Tammy Butz says:

    Hard question – the first books that came to my mind was The Book Thief and The Notebook. Very different books.

  • 306
    Jaki says:

    Little Women, I still get teary as an adult over Beth’s death and want to cheer on Jo for pushing the boundaries of her time. I also love that my daughter loves this book now, it is timeless.

  • 307
    BA Vella says:

    So many books to choose from and they differ based on what age I read them! The most important book to me is the Bible, God’s Holy Word. Growing up I loved Nancy Drew. In my 30’s I loved Victorian murder mysteries by Anne Perry. Now I love biographies. The one biography that sticks with me is by Darlene Diebler Rose “Evidence Not Seen: A Woman’s Miraculous Faith in the Jungles of WWII”. Amazing read!

  • 308
    Miriam Prantner says:

    I love reading, but one of my all time favorites is Anne of Green Gables. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is another, I’ve loved them both my whole life, and they are still just as good now.

  • 309
    Patty J says:

    So many to choose from, so it must either be one of Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Milhone series or the entire Harry Potter series. Both are series I re-read yearly.

  • 310
    Steve says:

    Viktor Frankl man’s search for meaning and desolation angel by Jack Kerouac

  • 311
    Gina Florencia says:

    Eat, love and pray. Love it, it has a bit of everything and it takes you places !!
    Thanks for the share….Gina F

  • 312
    Lynn Hardy says:

    I love all the Harry Potter books by J K Rowling, but if I had to chose just one book it would be “My Family and Other Animals” by Gerald Durrell. It is the true story of a young boy growing up in Corfu, his developing passion for the local animals and countryside, and is interspersed with humorous anecdotes about his eccentric family and the Greek villagers. I read it at school, but it was such a joyous book that I began to read more by the same author (he set up his own zoo on Jersey eventually). In fact I’ve just ordered another copy last week as I’d like my husband to read it too.

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    richard vd L says:

    I read a lot (or at least try to), so it is hard to pinpoint a most memorable book. But is I have to choose it is a tie between the Harry Potter series or Pride and Prejudice. Two hardly comparables books, but I end up rereading both. (although I have to admit I regularly reread several of the books/bookseries in my bookcase).

  • 314

    That’s a difficult question to answer since I have read so many books over the years. I would have to say The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank which I read at a fairly young age and is a story that has always stuck with me.

  • 315
    Emily Hyvl says:

    The most memorable good I read was “Time for Andrew” by Mary Downing Hahn. Even though it’s a childrens book, I still read it from time to time because I just love it so much.

  • 316
    Kimberly Russell says:

    Love Love Love the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon

  • 317
    Teresa Currie says:

    It is hard to choose my favorite book, but “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society” has to be at the top of the list!!

    Just finished “The Invention of Wings” and that was wonderful.

    Love the new release!! You have all worked so hard!! Thank you for the inspiration!!

  • 318
    Laurie Hunt says:

    Wow! That goes for the list of books I read about in others comments AND this release! Over a lifetime of reading there were two that had powerful impact on my memory. The Thorn Birds and Atlas Shrugged. Oh wait. East of Eden makes three!

  • 319
    MZahra says:

    Our holy book ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 320
    BethieJ says:

    I have read ALOT of GREAT books.. I dont know if I can pick one..One I always loved when I was growing up was Anne Frank! (dont ask me what year that was! ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) GREAT release PTI team! Cant wait to shop!!!

  • 321
    Kristina says:

    That is a hard question! So many to choose from. But I have always remembered “The Ladies Auxillary” lots of great insights into people’s character. Great release everyone! And I’m dying to see the new Make It Market Kit!!!

  • 322
    Cindi Loizeaux says:

    I love historical fiction so the Outlander Series has stuck with me all these years. Timely question since it has just recently been adapted into a tv series. Great and gigantic release and I can’t get enough of the Wet Paint font.

  • 323
    Kimberly Russell says:

    Yay! Outlander!!!

  • 324
    Anja curvers says:

    My sisters keeper by Jodi Picoult, it really got to me and brought me to tears.

  • 325

    Well, I’m not a reader. In fact, I really don’t like to read. ๐Ÿ˜› I did read a book called One for the Money that I actually got through and enjoyed so I’m not sure if it’s memorable, but I’d actually not mind reading the rest of the series. HA! Thanks for the chance to win. I love the shaker dies!!!

  • 326
    Wendy Hovde says:

    Most memorable book? To Kill a Mockingbird.

  • 327
    Keri says:

    The most memorable book I have ever read, besides the Bible, has got to be The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks. It was a difficult book to read, but a memorable one after having lost a beloved pet.

  • 328
    Sandy Handrich says:

    Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers!

  • 329
    Terri Refshaw says:

    I have two favorites – the Bible and To Kill a Mockingbird. What a great release. I love all the new items coming out!

  • 330
    Kathy Mc says:

    Guess I don’t have a most memorable book (other than The a Holy Bible) because I can’t think of one now. Sure could use that GC though!

  • 331
    Susi K says:

    Just saying the title, The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, brings me back to the enthralling story of a boy & his dog. It was a great read!

  • 332
    Donna M. says:

    Gotta say that “Jane Eyre” is my favorite classic of all time. I recall reading it in high school, & could not put it down. I’ve read it several times since, & just love it. “The Forgotten Garden” by Kate Morton is a more recent find. I just happened to pick it up on clearance @ Borders, & how lucky was I! I’ve now read all her books, & re-read this one! I highly recommend it.

  • 333
    Sherry Collett says:

    I’ve always loved to read but I read Love Story during study hour in high school and it was the first book that actually made me cry, and I mean really sob. That’s when I realized how powerful books can be. They can actually grab hold of your emotions anywhere and any time. Books can make you forget where you really are and I love that about about them. You lose yourself in them for a while.

  • 334
    Valerie Martin says:

    The Bible!

  • 335
    Stacy Simpson says:

    The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom.

  • 336
    Gloria F says:

    One hundred years of solitude by Gabriel Garcรญยญa Mรกrquez

  • 337
    Karen B says:

    The Harry Potter series. It seems to span the generations. I love being able to talk with my grandsons about it.

  • 338
    Judy Hanson says:

    One of the best releases yet! It’s hard to pick my most memorable book but I’d say the first really memorable book was Gone With The Wind which I read in the 8th grade. At first thought I’d never be able to finish such a long book but couldn’t put it down, even trying to read at the dinner table (much to the chagrin of my father).

  • 339
    Cindy H. says:

    I am always reading! It’s one of my most favorite things to do. Right off the top of my head what comes to mind is Gone With The Wind and also Time and Time Again. I love those books! They are on my shelf and every once in a while I have to read them again.

  • 340
    DinaM says:

    I’ve always been an avid reader, but for me one of the many memorable that has stuck with me in 30+ years is Island of the Blue Dolphin.

  • 341
    Kelle Williams says:

    I’m not sure if it’s necessarily the most memorable book I’ve read, but one of the most “life impacting” was One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish” by Dr. Seuss. In my first real job interview, I was asked about my favorite book. This was my answer. I’m told that part of the reason I got the job was my unique and atypical response. I worked at that company for 10 years. It’s where I met two of my closest crafty friends (who introduced me to paper crafting) and where I met my husband. A lot of love and joy…all because of one little book!

  • 342
    Jessica says:

    The most memorable book I’ve ever read was Charlotte’s Web. It’s the first book I really remember reading in kindergarten and I can’t believe how many copies I went through because I’d read them until they fell apart. It really sparked my love of reading!

  • 343

    I would have to say that the Bible is the most memorable (and most important) book I have ever read. I have read it from beginning to end many times. Other than that, my current favorites are the Game of Thrones series. And to those in love with the HBO series, it doesn’t even compare to the books!

  • 344
    TraceyJean says:

    I am an avid reader and many books have touched me for different reasons over the years. As a child, my choice would be The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton. As a teen, Flowers in the Attic by VC Andrews. Today, two books come to mind – Intensity by Dean Koontz and Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews.

  • 345
    Nancy M says:

    The Sentinels of Andersonville by Tracy Groot is the LAST memorable book that I read. As the story unfolded, I would frequently stop research additional information about the prison. Because I am an avid reader, my answer could change tomorrow; there are so many amazing books out there to devour.

  • 346
    Christy Cross says:

    I will pick a series instead of just one book, and that has to be the Laura Ingalls Wilder story. Read it as a child and actually just re-read it a couple of years ago. It had such an impact on me as a child that I will never forget.

  • 347
    Susan says:

    The book that was was most important to my life was a book about worry that I read 15 years ago. I worried about everything in my life and people around me started to notice. My boss got me a book called Worry. I can’t seem to find it back to verify the title but it changed my life. I still worry (b/c a little worry is good) but it doesn’t control my life.

  • 348
    Sandy says:

    It has to be the Bible. Every time I study it, I learn something new.

  • 349
    mary l says:

    MIne is the old classic Pride and Prejudice.

  • 350
    Noreen says:

    I used to read a lot, before I became obsessed with PTI! My favorite book recently, The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak.

  • 351
    Craftyfield says:

    “The Clan of the Cave Bear” by Jean M Auel. I read all of the following books and love too!

  • 352
    Dawn Z says:

    The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy. Very intense and at times disturbing, but a great study of human behavior.

  • 353
    Lercy says:

    Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle. Haunting tale of life and work at the Chicago slaughter houses has to be the most memorable book I have read to date.

  • 354
    Katie B says:

    From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler was a childhood favorite. Harry Potter Series is favorite from my son’s childhood.

  • 355
    Luanne Ford says:

    Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers!

  • 356
    Lisa Elton says:

    Without a doubt, the Bible!

  • 357
    Monika/buzsy says:

    Oh, boy… not sure really… I have too many. I am re-reading No Safe Haven by Kimberly & Kayla R. Woodhouse again, so let’s go with that. But I also really liked Bridget Jones’s Diary when it came out. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 358
    Kari Linder says:

    There are several but the latest book I love that was so memorable is the “Auscswitz Escape” by Joel C. Rosenberg. Second to that would be “Evidence Not Seen” by Darlene Diebler Rose

  • 359
    Jill Norwood says:

    A beautiful release! So excited for Christmas Crafting and the Holidays! It is so hard to pick one favorite book as I have so many favorites! I loved “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott when I was growing up as I have 4 sisters. I also read and re-read the “Little House….” Book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. But I could add so many others to this list! My husband gave me a beautiful hardcover book of Jane Austen’s novels for Christmas one year and I treasure it! I love Pride and Prejudice! I also am enjoying the writers that have chosen to continue the stories of Jane’s characters…like Rebecca Ann Collins.

  • 360

    I have to say the Bible as my most memorable book.

  • 361
    Rosemary D says:

    fabulous release… hard to pick a most memorable book as there have been many (the hobbit, the ring trilogy, etc.) but I would have to say that the most memorable book I have read recently is Killing Jesus by Bill O’Reilly… an absolutely AMAZING read! totally cemented my faith!

  • 362
    Char says:

    I don’t know if I can just pick one but I’d have to probably say the Bible!

  • 363
    D.AnnC says:

    The most memorable book I’ve ever read is Psalms (in the Bible)… no matter how many times I read through it, I always come away with something new and new favorite verses!

  • 364
    Jo Schlanker says:

    I have lots of favorite, but the one that popped into my head first was “Gone with the Wind”. I’ve lost count of the number of time I’ve read it!

  • 365
    Marsha S. says:

    I have read a lot and enjoy mysteries. My favorite mystery books are by James Patterson!

  • 366
    KarenB says:

    It may sound cliche’, but mine is Little Women. I was raised on the copy my mom read as a girl. As a matter of fact, I was just talking to my youngest daughter about that book last week. Time to get it out again!

  • 367
    Patricia F. says:

    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne. That book haunted me for days. Although the movie was true to the book, it just could not convey the same feelings & deliver the same punch that the words on the page could. What a wonderful question to ask! Thank you. I love reading all if the comments. Now I have a new reading list! Can’t wait for 10:00 p.m.!

  • 368
    Amy R says:

    I’ve always loved A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith.

  • 369
    Kim P says:

    The Bible,(although it is really a collection of 66 books.) It is the living Word of God. His message to me to teach me about life, death and eternity.

  • 370
    Donna C says:

    When I was a little girl, my grandma gave me her very old copy of “The Girl of the Limberlost” by Gene Stratton Porter. I was just mesmerized and it opened the door to my love of old books.

  • 371
    JanetB says:

    I’ve read through 225 answers to your question, and my reading list just got longer! I’m reading “The Book Thief” right now for my book club and enjoying it. I was glad to see so many responses with “To Killing a Mockingbird”, “Gone with the Wind”, and “Unbroken”, all being at the top of my list of most memorable. Picking only one is like picking just one thing from this new release! Oh, dear.

  • 372
    Sharon W. says:

    The Bible…must be good because I keep coming back to it every day! Also memorable for me, although not necessarily best, are all the Nancy Drew books I grew up with!

  • 373
    Dana Kirby says:

    I have loved so many books it is hard to pick just one. The Help is at the top of my list though. Thank you for another great release! So Much inspiration!!

  • 374
    fiona says:

    I just read My Real Children by Jo Walton. A new fave which will stick with me I think.

  • 375
    Amy Kolling says:

    I don’t read much however I love to! So I’d say I really enjoy reading Nicholas Sparks books. They all capture your heart and tug just a little!

  • 376
    Pat Whitley says:

    Definitely The Bible. Without it, I would have no guidance for this life.
    I would also say, The Lion. The Witch and The Wardrobe and its allegory. All of the Narnia books, really!

    Hard to stop listing here!

  • 377
    Christine B. says:

    The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury. The story is about love, forgiveness and an amazing God of second chances. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 378

    I don’t read like I used to. I spend most of my free time making cards to sell for my mission fund. I have read the whole series of Little House of the Prairie books. I LOVED them as a girl. In fact I grew up in a town 20 miles from when she lived in Independence, Kansas!
    They are a big part of my reading history!

  • 379

    The first book to ever have an impact on my life is “The Gingerbread Man” because it was the first book I learned to read. I was 5 years old, but I still remember how amazed I felt to be able to read the words and connect them with the pictures on the page.

  • 380
    Annette P. says:

    I loved the Immigrants by Howard Fast. A wonderful story, as are the remaining books in the series.

  • 381
    SusanP says:

    As far as a non-fiction book, my most life-changing book would have to be the Bible. No other book in history comes even close to changing people’s lives. Other than that, I’m not much of a reader – too many other crafts to keep me busy!

  • 382
    Judy Stiles says:

    Now that I am retired, I have been doing a lot of reading as it is one of my favorite pastimes. I am concentrating on reading the classics, and thus far, To Kill a Mockingbird, is my favorite.

  • 383

    Such a terribly hard question as I love so many of the books I’ve read. Three of the most memorable are Little Women, A Diary of Anne Frank and To Kill a Mockingbird!

  • 384
    Tracy says:

    Favorite book? Tough question for an English Major! Probably the Harry Potter series – I love escaping into other worlds. Oh- And what a wonderful release again this month!

  • 385
    Lisa R says:

    I have to say that the most memorable book I have ever read is the Bible. No other book has ever come close to explaining what life is really about.

  • 386
    Daniela says:

    I started really reading again last year. My most memorable book since that is Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah.

  • 387
    Maria K says:

    Love this release-bring on the Holidays. I am a Jane Austen fan and I love Pride and Prejudice as one of my favorites.

  • 388
    Carol D. says:

    This is the hardest question you’ve ever asked!! I have been reading avidly for nearly 60 years and my memory is not so good anymore. But my most memorable read of the last year is The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. My favorite children’s book to read my little ones was The Beast of Monsieur Racine by Tomi Ungerer. We checked that book out every other week and never tired of it.

  • 389
    Mimi says:

    I have so many favorite books how would I choose??? My current fave is Suzanne Collins and The Hunger Games series.

  • 390
    Natasha says:

    As a child, it was the Balloon Tree. There was something about the story and the illustrations that always stayed with me.

    As an adult,that’s a bit tough, there’s been so many! Maybe The Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel. It was such an interesting story and perspective on early human life.

  • 391
    Jeanne H says:

    My most memorable book has to be “Gone With the Wind”. I’ve read it so many times that I’ve memorized some lines and used a lot of those memories to write a paper on it in college!

  • 392
    Lauren Yoder says:

    Harry Potter. So many good life lessons hidden in there!

  • 393
    Cheryl S. says:

    One of my favorite books that I have read many times is “Gone With the Wind”. Love all the great stamps and so much inspiration from the DT, as always. Always look forward to your releases and I also enjoy the sketches.

  • 394
    Cindy says:

    This is a really hard question…..Sooo many great books….One of my favorites is To Kill A Mockingbird. Such a great story !

  • 395

    Oh what beautiful projects! The Bible has by far been the most read and most remembered book I have ever read…

  • 396
    Mendi Yoshikawa says:

    Such gorgeous projects from everyone this month! The most memorable book I’ve ever read was “To Kill A Mocking Bird”. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 397
    Julia Aston says:

    I read a lot so there have been many memorable books in my life – Tale of Two Cities really impressed me when I read it in middle school – right now I’m reading the Outlander series and am thoroughly enjoying them! I don’t know how you keep coming up with these wonderful ideas for stamps and dies month after month! So many I love this release!

  • 398
    Anika F says:

    I read the Anne of Green Gables as a teenager and it was definitely the most memorable book(s). Even up to now I remember snippets, I guess you really are impressionable at that age.

  • 399
    Mary Duffel says:

    I would be hard pressed to pick a favorite book.. but I am drawn to “Cry The Beloved Country”, which is written about a father and son during South African apartheid.
    Also, a lovely novelist is Marie Bostwick, who truly understands a woman’s deepest needs and desires.

  • 400
    Sandy Kay says:

    The Bible.

  • 401
    Kailash says:

    I have a few books that were absolutely memorable but I will go with one that I loved, ” A fine balance” by Rohinton Mistry!!!

  • 402
    CarolynJ says:

    The Book of Unholy Michief…wonderfully engrossing read…also The Elephant Whisperer…magical story.
    Wonderful, engrossing & magical…like this month’s release. So thank you! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 403
    Jennifer Stewart says:

    I read a lot of books and many have left a lasting impression. I think that one book that I come back to is The Help. One of very few books where the movie was just as great as the book!

  • 404
    Joyce M. says:

    My most memorable book–Crime and Punishment–30 years after reading it, I am still haunted by Raskolnikov.

  • 405
    Kailash says:

    I have a few books that were absolutely memorable but will go with one that I loved called ” A fine balance” by Rohinton Mistry!!!

  • 406
    Leanne S says:

    Beyond Heartache by Margaret Jhonson has been the most touching & memorable book I’ve read.

  • 407
    Terri Bills says:

    The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton. I was a sixth grade when I read this and it is something that made a lasting impression on me. That is the year I fell in love with reading and haven’t stopped since.

  • 408

    Oh so many good books to choose from. I will list the “Harry Potter” series only because it imparted a love of reading for my oldest son. He is an avid reader and This series is what really started his love of reading.


  • 409
    Mirna C. says:

    It’s hard to pick just one out of so many good books but I was taken by “The Historian” by Elizabeth Kostova, it makes you live the book….

  • 410
    Dana W says:

    I read a lot, and with time could think of several, but recently I read one about the role (and not in a good way) women played in WW2. I can’t think of the authors name but I believe the title was Hilters Firies, very interesting and sad.

  • 411
    Carolee McCaslin says:

    “A Walk to Remember” is my all time favorite book!!

  • 412
    Deb D says:

    “Oh the Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Suess… a childrens book with so many adult lessons and applications… what can I say I’m a teacher!!

  • 413

    The books I have read to my children are the most memorable because that was such a special time in my life.

  • 414
    S. Molinari says:

    The Bible…and it’s a continual process ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 415
    Marilyn in Michigan says:

    The Stand by Stephen King. It took me a long time to get into the storyline, but once it all tied in together it was awesome. It taught me about perseverance.

  • 416

    The Kite Runner is one of my favorite books and also memorable.

  • 417
    Michele L. says:

    The Friday Night Knitting Club series, I totally loved it!

  • 418
    Liz McAllister says:

    Maybe not the most memorable, but the book that I have loved all my life is Winnie the Pooh. As a child I just adored the illustrations by Shepherd.

  • 419
    Lee Cockrum says:

    I can’t say that I can choose one! As many people have mentioned, Harry Potter books are great. All of Louisa May Alcott’s books are great, also love Frances Hodgson Burnett’s books. I could go on and on!

  • 420
    Rubz says:

    The millennium trilogy!!!

  • 421
    Audrey says:

    Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

  • 422
    Meghan says:

    I have read too many books to have just one favourite but I recently finished Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and loved it! Fabulous release this month!

  • 423
    Natasha Kara says:

    Ohhh, this is a hard one. I love reading and there are so many that come to mind for different reasons. BUT I think I am going to go with “Mutant message down under” by Marlow Morgan. Many life lessons that I still draw on.

  • 424
    Sonia Holland says:

    It is really hard to choose just one book that has been most memorable to me…I have been a lifelong reader, and over time I have found that different books have been memorable to me a different times in my life. If I go back, though, the book that still echoes in my heart is “Anne of Green Gables”, and it’s series. I still laugh out loud when I re-read it!

  • 425
    laura mm says:

    Gorgeous projects & release!
    How to pick just one book?! Recently re-reading a favorite from childhood, called ‘Gone Away Lake’ by Elizabeth Enright. It’s a wonderful classic that I always wanted to see made into a movie ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the contest ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 426
    Therese Arsenault says:

    I have read so many…. how to choose.
    One of my favourites is the whole Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I’m in love with Jamie. And now the series is on TV. Can’t get enough of this story.

  • 427
    Kathy A says:

    I’m an avid reader, it started the year our TV broke at the end of the school year and my Dad decided not to get it fixed (until football started in the fall), we joined the reading club at the library and I think the book the sticks in my mind the most is Gone With the Wind, read it 10 times and hated the movie.

  • 428

    the lion witch and the wardrobe got me started on fantasy and i love it

  • 429
    Caren B says:

    I think the ones that stick with me the most are from my childhood, I loved “The Great Brain” books!

  • 430
    ophelia delbridge says:

    The best book I’ve ever read is the Bible. Very interesting and hard to understand.

  • 431
    Donna K says:

    Oh so hard to pin down my favorites in this release and hard to pin down one favorite book. I’ll say Gone to Soldiers by Marge Piercy. It’s very hard to forget. Here’s what Amazon says – set in World War II, six women and four men, who fought and died, worked and worried, and moved through the dizzying days of the war.

  • 432
    Norma says:

    There are so many great books, but the Number One book for me is the Bible. For comfort, peace, answers to life’s questions…it has it all. If I had to be on a desert island, that is the one I’d want to have.

  • 433
    Linda E (uncbballfan) says:

    “Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon is my most memorable book. The characters from the Outlander series (8 books so far) feel like a part of my family.

  • 434
    schnypsel says:

    It is really hard for me choosing my most memorable book. I love to read, so I have lots of choices. I think I choose โ€œTintenherzโ€œ from Cornelia Funke a german author.It’s a book about books, really fantastic. My daughter and me like it very much.

  • 435
    Alyssa S says:

    Where the Red Fern Grows

  • 436
    Peggy Nickelson says:

    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. I have periodically been reading it since elementary school and as I’ve matured it takes on new depth and insight.

  • 437
    Ivette says:

    After I saw the BBC version of Jane Eyre, I had to read the book. It has a little of everything in it – romance, tradegy, suspence and of course a happy ending.

  • 438
    Diane Hanson says:

    Well, my favorite, most memorable book would have to be the Bible. Next would have to be Unbroken or The Boys in the Boat. All inspirational books that required pushing oneself to the limits of endurance and coming out all the better for it!

  • 439
    Kim Gyu says:

    Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom. Folks say, “Isn’t that a book on dying?” I tell them, “No, it’s a book that tells us how to live.” Great question!

  • 440
    JoAnnH says:

    i can’t get “the last lecture” by Randy Pausch out of my mind. very good read.
    thanks for the contest

  • 441
    Rebecca Lovell says:

    Thank you so much for all these sketches! My most memorable book – that’s so difficult! I read so much!!! I would be remiss if I didn’t say the Bible. But, The Hunger Games really sticks with me too. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 442
    Debs says:

    Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed. It’s about a woman’s emotional recovery after her mother died.

  • 443
    Linda Reilly says:

    “A Town Like Alice” is a book I read over and over. It’s very thought provoking and the characters are very well developed. An intriguing story.

  • 444
    Kristi says:

    Oh my favorite book is Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers! Great great read!

  • 445
    Sally says:

    I love to read so there has been many memorable books, 6 just this month, but I would say the Bible.

  • 446
    Connie Fisher says:

    Wow….that’s hard. I really liked the Help, 77 days in September and the Hunger Game series. I just finished the Orphan Train this weekend. I loved John Lescroat’s and John Grisham’s legal thrillers

  • 447
    renee m says:

    There are so many grownup books I could say, but I will always have a soft spot in my heart for Dr. Seuss’s “Oh the Places You’ll Go” because I remember rocking my boys to sleep and reading that to them. Such a fabulous release of crafting goodies this month!

  • 448
    Gwen says:

    The Bible. It has allowed me to know and accept Christ as my personal Savior and has forever changed my life, and continues to change me life.

  • 449
    Kay Tillman says:

    That is a hard choice as I love to read but the book that got me hooked on reading was Flowers in the Attic when I was 12 years old. Great release. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 450
    Roxanne says:

    Hands down “Gone With the Wind”. Recent favorite? Gone Girl!!! Oh my. GREAT BOOK!

  • 451
    Jane C. says:

    I would have to say The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes my Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I have read and re-read this book every few years since I was a senior in high school many, many, many years ago!

  • 452
    Becky Thomson says:

    The most and still favorite is the “Anne of Green Gables series by L. M. Montgomery. Read them in grade school and still love them today many years later. And I still like to read teen books as well today

  • 453
    Michelle says:

    The most memorable book I’ve read is and continues to be the Bible, the only book whose Author is always present when I read it.

  • 454
    Nancy Penir says:

    David McCullough’s “1776”. Couldn’t put it down. Forever changed my appreciation of what it took to win our freedom.

  • 455
    Yvette Sanders says:

    Most memorable book: This is a tough one, I think my most memorable book is 1984, I still remember the first time I read it and how much it affected my opinions at the time.

  • 456
    Shannon N. says:

    It’s not that it’s my favorite book, but the most *memorable* book for me is Where the Red Fern Grows. It was the first book we read in 7th grade English, and it was the first time I read a book and was devastated by what happened. I was completely unprepared!

  • 457
    Sharon D says:

    When I was 11 or 12, I read a book about a family during the Civil War. The loss and deprivations the teenage sisters suffered really put into perspective for me how much my sister and I had and took for granted. I can’t remember the title of that book, but its lessons stuck with me. It was really a glimpse into another time that captured my imagination.

  • 458
    Zehra says:

    I love books and I read a lot but “Tell Me Your dreams” is one that I have read several times. I love the way the characters are written in that book.
    And my first book as a child I remember is “Three little Pigs.”

  • 459
    Stacey Adler says:

    Probably my most memorable is Pride and Prejudice. I can keep reading that book over and over again!

  • 460
    LaFaunB says:

    Too hard to choose one! Most memorable books… Book of Mormon and Bible because they teach of Jesus Christ

    Other books that stand out… The Giver by Lois Lowry, The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls, The Great and the Terrible series by Chris Stewart

    Love to Read!

  • 461

    The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett has been my favorite book since I was a child. Love it!!

  • 462
    Susie says:

    My most memorable book is probably Gone With the Wind. Loved the movie, but think I like the book even more.

  • 463
    Tammy says:

    My favorite contemporary author is Kristin Hannah. I have read almost everything she has written… And it all started with her book entitled Firefly Lane. I would recommend it to anyone.(from my generation)It changed me!

  • 464
    Carolyn Stoenner says:

    Fabulous product release this month!!! The most meaningful and memorable book for me would have to be the Bible. It has led and informed my entire life. It is a Book of promise, hope, encouragement, wisdom, guidance and truth.

  • 465
    Mary F says:

    Unfortunately I read mostly romance novels, but the best ones are Janet Evonovich Stephanie Plum books are the best. I have read a few biography books, but not one in particular comes to mind right now.

  • 466
    Jen Hay says:

    Harry Potter Series and the Sookie Stackhouse (True Blood) Series are some of my favorites.

  • 467
    Mary Beth Krakowski says:

    I think that the book that made the most impact on my life was “On Death and Dying” by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. I had the honor of hearing this author speak, I was spell bound! I have been a nurse for 43 years and this book impacted both my nursing and personal philosophy.

  • 468
    Sally K says:

    My most memorable book is the Bible, always my favorite.

  • 469
    Susan Welsh says:

    I have always been an avid reader and so are all my siblings, as well as our mother was. I think my most memorable book was Little Women, I remember reading this book and talking to my mother about it and realizing it was a favorite of hers as well.

  • 470
    RedGem says:

    I’m afraid that the only books I read are mystery and mostly fiction. I love the Agatha Christie mostly Poirot books.

  • 471
    Nancy N says:

    Gosh hard to pick just one book…I’d say THE BOOK THIEF by Markus Zusak.

  • 472
    Kathyfl57 says:

    Pillars of the Earth…it was so good that I own 3 copies so I can lend it out.

  • 473
    Jen T says:

    How do I pick? First memorable book: To Kill a Mockingbird. Most recent memorable book: The Glass Castle.

  • 474
    Sally Gainer says:

    The most memorable book I have ever read is still the one I read nearly every day the Bible.

  • 475
    Karen B. says:

    The Book of Mormon. It has changed my life eternally. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 476
    OmaGloria says:

    My most memorable “book” is not a single book but a series of books which is the “Left Behind” series. They are all wonderful and memorable!

    I will be anxious at work all day just waiting for the release of all these fantastic new products!

  • 477
    Renee says:

    The Outsiders by SE Hinton.
    All readers have a book that became “that” book for them…
    the one that made them realize how many lives they could lead…
    lands they could visit…
    worlds they could travel…
    just by opening a book and for me it was The Outsiders.

  • 478
    Jan says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I read it while camping as a child after my sister read it for school (she hated it, probably because it was required reading) I couldn’t put it down! Great release!

  • 479
    Sandye Curry says:

    My favorite book never changes. Since I first read “Gone With the Wind”, it has been my favorite I have since read it over and over and over! Love Rhett Butler!!!!!

  • 480 says:

    Geek Love by Katherine Dunn. Amazing and mind altering.

    โ€œThe truth is always an insult or a joke, lies are generally tastier. We love them. The nature of lies is to please. Truth has no concern for anyone’s comfortโ€
    โ€• Katherine Dunn, Geek Love

  • 481
    Carmen says:

    Up a Road Slowly by Irene Hunt

  • 482
    Amy C. says:

    Well, of course the Bible is tops on my list, but I also really enjoyed Heaven is for Real. Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

  • 483
    Chitra says:

    Life of PI…

  • 484
    Gina says:

    My favorite book is from my childhood, The Pink Maple House by Christine Noble Govan. I have read it every year (literally) since I was 9 — sometimes more than once a year. I never tire of the sweet story. And now, it is one of my kids’ favorites, too!!

  • 485

    I love all of this collection /release it’s really put me in the mood for Christmas crafting .
    I loved reading all of the Harry Potter Book and a couple of years back I read all of the Lemonie Snickett …Series of Unfortunate Events books with my son which were equally as good a read too.
    Hugs Susie x

  • 486

    A recently read book that has really stuck with me is “All the light we cannot see” by Anthony Doerr. Beautiful poignant and heartbreaking and bittersweet. A story everyone should read.

  • 487
    Min says:

    “The Comolete Book of Farmyard Tales” by Heather Amery. This is actually a children book by Usbourne, but it holds many wonderful memories as I read this book to all my children when they were still babies and toddlers. Simple stories depicting farm life, with the cutest illustration.

  • 488
    Lori B says:

    Tough question, I read a lot. Maybe The Ladder of Years only because the first time I read it I disliked the main character so much, the second time I totally got her feelings. Different time & place in my life made all the difference, I guess! Great release!

  • 489
    April Z. says:

    The most memorable book I’ve ever read is Jane Eyre. I love it!

  • 490
    Georgeanna says:

    This is a hard one, considering I read at least one book a week! Novels, biographies, nature writing, everything! But I would have to say, “Isak Dinesen, The Life Of A Storyteller” by Judith Thurman. Because when I saw the movie, the opening line, “I had a farm in Africa, at the foot of the Ngong hills.” sent chills up my spine, and I had to know her real life story, which was amazing! Still have it, yellowed and crisp.

  • 491
    Sandy C. says:

    Boy! Most MEMORABLE book. That’s a tuffy. I love Philippa Gregory’s historical fiction books of Tudor England. Also Ken Follett’s Pillars of the Earth and World Without End.

  • 492
    maryrose says:

    Oh, so many memorable books! After the Bible? I’m partial to the works of Jane Austen, but I’d have a hard time narrowing it down to just one!

  • 493
    Raquel says:

    The Spy Went Dancing by Aline, Countess of Romanones is very interesting and full of suspense!

  • 494
    Betty says:

    I would have to say The Bible. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  • 495
    Sue says:

    When my son was small, we went to the library to have the librarian suggest a good book for reading out loud. The book was “Because of Winn Dixie”. I absolutely loved it, and even though targeted for a younger audience, it has remained a favorite for me.

  • 496
    Carol says:

    The most memorable book that I read is Flowers in the Attic by AC Andrews the Dollanganger Series, in which I have read almost all of them. The other book that is memorable was the Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. I could not pick just one. This month’s release is amazing, great job PTI.

  • 497
    Jamie Greene says:

    Wow this is a tuff question… I LOVE to read and I read a lot but I really don’t have just one that sticks out, I like them all:)

  • 498
    Deb Hudson says:

    I love everything in this release! And I love reading books, I always have at least two I’m reading at one time. When I was 7 my mother read The Sun Horse to me. I credit that book for my love of horses and animals and the joy of creative imagining.

  • 499
    Jennifer says:

    Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught

  • 500

    The Bible, of course. Life changing and I read it over and over again all day, every year! No other book compares!

  • 501
    Terri (Blindstamper) says:

    That’s a hard one…either Black Beauty or Little Women…I read them both several times as a kid.

  • 502
    Erin says:

    Love this months release! Most memorable book, I would have to say the bible!

  • 503
    Andrea D. says:

    As a child I loved my book with lots of faiytales.
    I read them again and again and again and this book hast still a special place on my bookchelf.

  • 504

    The most memorable book I ever read… well, it was actually a book called Ghost Story. Scared me so much I had to put newspaper up in the bare windows of my new house every night til I got window coverings!

  • 505
    AJ says:

    I read a lot of books. But the most memorable one (set) is the Anne Of Green Gables series.

  • 506
    Kathie B says:

    I can’t say the Bible because that’s actually a collection of books. The Great Santini by Pat Conroy is memorable because while I often cry at films, I never cry when I read a book…except for this one!

  • 507
    Jodi V says:

    I love the writing of James Rollins. His books are always so good and interesting.

  • 508
    Mary Anne Perlmutter says:

    A Year By The Sea. An unfinished marriage. By Joan Anderson. This book gave me an insight on marriage and women.

  • 509
    Hajran says:

    Omg The Cairo Trilogy still haunts me (in a nostalgic way)

  • 510
    Laurie says:

    The whole Anne of Green Gables series by L.M. Montgomery. (But it’s so hard to pick!)

  • 511
    CandyW says:

    This is a hard one – I’m an avid reader, so this answer can change by the day. Today I would have to say a toss up between “to Kill a Mocking Bird” by Harper Lee and “Hawaii” by James Michener.

  • 512
    Kristy says:

    Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay…

  • 513
    Leslie Scholes says:

    I love everything released this month. Will there be a button labeled “1 of everything”? LOL!
    The most memorable book from my childhood is Island of the Blue Dolphins. And now…gotta be Harry Potter..

  • 514
    MaryAnn N. says:

    I read to relax from the stress in my life so my favourite book are light comedic love stories
    I get a giggle and a smile from them books like Pamela morsi’s Garters but my favourite author is LaVyrle Spencer for her many books especially Morning Glory and Simple Jess
    I was so disappointed when she retired from writing.

    Love the release!

  • 515
    Nancy L. says:

    The Shack by William P. Young!
    Love this release!!!

  • 516
    Kevin Devine says:

    Playing Ball on Running Water by David Reynolds. I read it way back in college and still think about it.

  • 517
    lisa m says:

    this is a hard one but the most recent would be orphan train, love to learn about history through a good book!

  • 518
    Marisa says:

    One favorite is hard to pick! Non-Fiction: Power of a Praying Parent, Too Busy Not to Pray, 7 Habits of Highly Successful People. Fiction: Love Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series and Ken Follet’s Pillars of the Earth. Love the wet paint Christmas set and dies!!

  • 519
    Yvonne Flaagan says:

    Yvonne Flaagan
    I have to agree with Casie, my favorite is All Creatures Great and Small by James Harriot. I am from England and his discription of the countryside and vet life is so spot on.

  • 520
    Jan Marcham says:

    It’s so hard to pick my most favorite book but two that I’ve read recently which I loved are The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom and Yellow Crocus by Laila Ibrahim.

  • 521
    Denise Gutshall says:

    I have been an avid reader my entire life and read many different genres of books. But the one that stands out the most is Gone With the Wind. I think because it was a rite of passage book — one of the first adult fiction books I could share with my Mom. A close second is Leon Uris’s QBV11. The atrocities committed by the Nazi’s in terms of “medical research” was something that was not discussed in my junior high and high school classes.

  • 522
    Jane Hogue says:

    “Stars in My Crown” from Joe David Brown was a favorite in high school and still remains so because of the heartwarming characters and the faith they exhibited. I loaned it out one time and it became lost as others shared it and I just had to have it back so I finally found another copy online and I keep very close tabs on it!

  • 523
    Pam says:

    My most memorable books are the books I read to my grandchildren! They love reading books with me!

  • 524
    nina says:

    Too hard to pin down just one, but one of them would be Guy Gavriel Kay’s Sailing to Sarantium. The inspiration behind our honeymoon of one month in Turkey!

  • 525
    JoAnn says:

    “The Old Neighborhood” by Avery Corman. I read it and cried for the loss of the innocence of the 50s.

  • 526
    Lee Anne says:

    I’m not sure I could narrow down one book that is my favorite. I love to read and do so often. The Harry Potter series will always be beloved to me as will the Narnia series. I love all books and do not have enough shelves! My son has inherited this trait from me,and I can’t wait to make him some bookmarks!

  • 527

    Definately a book I read about 10 years ago, called Rowing Without Oars by Ulla-Carin Lindquist. Ulla-Carin was one of our most well known news anchors here in Sweden, but in 2004 on her fiftieth birthday she was diagnosed with ALS. During her final year she started Writing – the most moving and Beautiful – but also inspiring – story I’ve ever read.

  • 528

    Hmmm… how to pick a “most memorable? I loved “South of Broad” and enjoy almost anything written by Pat Conroy.

  • 529
    Cheryl I says:

    This release makes me so excited for the Holiday season! My favorite book of all time is the Bible because I always seem in need of hope and courage. My favorite fiction series is The O’Malley series by Dee Hendersen. Amazing page turning action and great characters!

  • 530
    Sharon J says:

    Oh I like Harry Potter! Quite a popular choice I hink!

  • 531
    Michaela says:

    Sushi for Beginners by Marian Keyes – it was my very first book I read in English (I am not a native English speaker). I still remember how excited I was when I was reading it and so proud I finished it (even though I had to reach for dictionary on several occasions) and the book was marvelous and super funny!

  • 532
    Catherine Milne says:

    One of the most memorable books I’ve ever read was “A Walk in the Woods” by Bill Bryson. ANYTHING he writes is wonderful! His love of the English language always come through.

  • 533
    Loly Borda says:

    My most memorable book is “The Little Prince” by Antoine of Saint Supery.

  • 534
    kelly says:

    so, so many books. i think it must be a toss up between ‘the unbearable lightness of being’ by milan kundera; ‘pride & prejudice’ by jane austen; and/or ‘a moveable feast’ by hemingway. goodness, i could make this list a mile long!

  • 535
    Teresa B says:

    To me when you say most memorable, I would have to say, Too Kill A Mocking Bird. I loved that book, and have watched the movie so many times!

  • 536
    Hannah says:

    There are so many books that I’ve really enjoyed although “The Help” ranks top.

  • 537
    Michelle C. says:

    Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card.

  • 538
    Louise says:

    The book that has impacted my life the most is The Book of Mormon. It is another testament of Christ in the Americas. One of my favorite scriptures in the book is “Men are that they may have joy”. The Christmas season is all about Christ’s birth, his life and joy we receive from Him! I have a lot of joy in my life creating with Papertreyink products! Thanks for a great release!

  • 539
    SentSue says:

    Okay I know it sounds like a cliche’ but I read 2 to 3 books a week. So that being said there is one book that I go back to and read daily. The bible. I feel that that book has impacted my life more that another book. Thanks for the chance to WIN!!!

  • 540
    Agalvan says:

    Watership Down, by Richard Adams! So inspiring! Also love the release!

  • 541
    Sandy says:

    Just one – difficult question. Reading the comments had me jumping all over – there are some GREAT choices. I relate to one of the characters from The Joy Luck Club and think about her through the years so that would me the most memorable book for me.

  • 542
    Jary Riolo says:

    Stillmeadow Daybrook by Gladys Faber is an old book but I keep on my nightstand and pick it up frequently!!

  • 543
    Joni says:

    So hard to pin it down to just oneโ€ฆโ€ฆone of the books that stayed with me for a very long time is The Lovely Bones. Hauntingly and beautifully written! Thank you for such a fun 5 days!!!

  • 544
    Dori says:

    Wow well this is a tough question! I read a lot but I have to say I find the Harry Potter series so good. It’s just so memorable with all of the characters and creativity!

  • 545
    Doreen says:

    Pride & Prejudice..Love the Book and the Movie ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 546
    Tammy W says:

    I would have to say the most memorable book I have read is “The Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch. I also had the privilege of having his sister-in-law as my professor the semester that he passed away. She spoke very highly of him and shared a few stories with our class. Such a remarkable man.

  • 547

    I hate to be cliche, but the Harry Potter series is truly my favorite reads. I really never enjoyed reading, it was something school made you do, till I picked up this series.

  • 548
    Rosy says:

    Fue un libro de una colecciรณn de cuentos, que fue un regalo
    para mi en mi niรฑez.
    Pero desde hace tiempo es la BIBLIA.

  • 549
    Kathryn A says:

    Wow! Tough question! I have read so many wonderful books… I’ve just finished Resurrection in May, by Lisa Sampson, and it was excellent!

  • 550
    Mollycat says:

    East of Eden.

  • 551
    Carol B says:

    One Good Dog by Susan Wilson really struck a chord with me. Fabulous!

  • 552
    MaryB says:

    The most memorable book I’ve read (faith-wise) is the Bible. For a romantic escape, I’ve read Pride and Prejudice a number of times. Thanks for the chance to win a great gift certificate – with all the things being released this month, it will really be needed!

  • 553
    Debbie Nelson says:

    The Bible!!

  • 554
    19scrap57 says:

    Without a doubt, it would be the Bible.

  • 555
    Linda Lipford says:

    Other than the Bible, the most memorable book for me has been Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I cannot recommend it highly enough. Timeless love, epic adventure, hope, history, enduring faith; it has it all.

  • 556
    Sara says:

    It’s really hard to choose just one as so many books have sucked me into their world. One of the most notable is Of Mice and Men. Another is from my childhood called No More Magic.
    Great release!

  • 557
    Sherry G says:

    After the Bible, my most memorable book is All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot. It was the only book that took my mind off my terrible morning sickness when I was pregnant.

  • 558
    Linda Lander says:

    To Kill A Mockingbird … most memorable and continues to come to mind even though it has been years since I read it. (I am re-reading again as we

  • 559
    lauraz says:

    Anne of Green Gables. I read the series again over my maternity leave and loved the books as much as I did as a child.

  • 560
    E Lily says:

    I loved “Anne of Green Gables”!
    I would like to go “Prince Edward Island” some day ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m enjoying to see this release!!

  • 561
    Bobby says:

    “Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven” by Fannie Flagg. Funny, heartwarming, and thought provoking.

  • 562
    Lisa Dolson says:

    “Anna Karenina” by Tolstoy is one of the more memorable for sure.

  • 563
    Susan says:

    The Bible. Also enjoyed The Mirror.

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    Karyn S says:

    Tough question. The Bible goes without saying. For fiction “To Kill A Mockingbird”. I could add many more.

  • 566
    Sheri Elmont says:

    I thought of the book Loretta Mason Potts by Mary Chase because my grandma was a big reader and when we would visit for 6 weeks every summer she would have bookcases bursting with books and this was one of them. I read it every summer for years and am happy I now have that copy.

  • 567
    Greta H says:

    I’m OK You’re OK impressed me years ago when I read it.

  • 568
    SueB (UK) says:

    I would have to say Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie – I love a good murder mystery – but this was actually the first one I read where I worked out whodunit!!

  • 569
    Becky S says:

    The Bible, first and foremost. It is new everyday that I read it.
    For fiction, “Snow Flower and the Secret Fan” by Lisa See, and non-fiction, “Between Shades of Gray” by Ruta Sepetys (WW 2)

  • 570
    Irene Grau says:

    My most memorable book is Barbara Kingsolver’s _Animal Dreams_. I related so much with the main character. That book was the final push that got me back to school to finish up my degrees and motivated me to push all the way thru to my doctorate. I’d say that was a pretty influential book. lol

  • 571
    Ashley says:

    Without a doubt, Harry Potter! I basically grew up with Harry Potter as each book and movie was released. I’ve lost count of how many times I have read the series. Hands down favorite.

  • 572
    blaquilts says:

    There are so many! But I would have to say the Gone With the Wind was the first book I read that I couldn’t put down! That was when reading became on obsession! Not a bad one fortunately!

  • 573
    Tracy says:

    Wow,that is hard, I think I will go with Stones into Schools, but Gone with the Wind and Water for Elephants are two others that are at the top of my list.

  • 574
    Martha says:

    The most memorable book I’ve read is, the Bible.

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  • 576
    heidi field says:

    I love any of max lucados books but “he still moves stones” resonated deeply with me, very uplifting, and at that time in my life that I read it , it deeply reafirmed my faith in God.

  • 577
    Deborah Rose says:

    It’s hard to pick just one book but I think mine would have to be Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. What a beautiful release; thanks for a chance to win!

  • 578
    Maria Rentas says:

    I love to read so a few of my favorites are: Message in a Bottle, The Fault in Our Stars, and love to read Romance novels!

  • 579
    Sue McRae says:

    The Diary of Anne Frank, a touching read from someone so young.

  • 580
    Laura Beck says:

    “A Fine Balance” by Rohinton Minstry. Really struck me how fortunate I am to live in Canada and that so very many people in the world struggle to provide their children with the bare minimum to survive.

  • 581
    Suzanne Webb says:

    My favorite book is still one of my first ‘chapter’ books I got as a child, ‘The Secret Garden.’ I think that was the beginning of my love to cultivate and garden.

  • 582
    JanM says:

    Atlas Shrugged. So relevant and amazing that it was written nearly 60 years ago. Highly recommend.

  • 583
    Helen F. says:

    Thank you for another AMAZING release of new products.
    I have to say one of the most memorable books I ever read was “The Diary of Anne Frank”, such a remarkable story from this young girl.

  • 584
    Kathy Krug says:

    Fabulous release and great inspiration from the design team. My most memorable book is the Bible.

  • 585
    Judy I says:

    The Winter of Our Discontent by John Steinbeck. Came up with my son Ethan’s name based on the main character. So I guess you could say that book comes to mind quite often since my son is now 20.

  • 586
    Robyn says:

    Fire of the Covenant by Gerald Lund. This one stayed with me for a while after I read it.

  • 587
    linda monroe says:

    The most memorable book I read was ‘a separate peace’ in high school. Very thought provoking and opened my eyes to the wonder of literature.

  • 588
    Dianne Johnson says:

    Hard to choose just one, but I remember reading A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’ Engle when I was very young, and it changed the course of my reading forever.

  • 589
    Laura Norris says:

    I have read so many good books over the years, but one of the most memorable books I have read lately was The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski. Such an interesting and moving story! Great release this month! I am so excited to start my Christmas crafting!

  • 590
    Charlotte Canning says:

    “To Kill a Mockingbird,” by Harper Lee. It is a timeless story about childhood and growing up through an experience that opened the eyes of a whole generation on the cruelty of bigotry and ignorance. The characters are unforgettable, especially the amazing Atticus Finch, a rare southern man who fights for the life of an innocent black man.

  • 591
    Elizabeth S. says:

    I have read so many books with different styles that it is just too hard to pick just one.

  • 592
    Sarah Fisher says:

    “The Great Gatsby.” It enlightened me about the time period and it was a fabulous fictional story to get lost in.

  • 593

    I think the Most memorable book I have ever read was the Book “Where the Red Fern Grows” by Wilson Rawls!! I can still remember reading it and how it ended being NOTHING like what I was expecting!! Such a NEAT Book and it was what started my LOVE with Books!! I was 10 yr. old and I’ll ALWAYS remember the RAWL Feelings!! I cried several times while reading it!! I also LOVED the Ramona books by Beverly Cleary!! THANKS for sharing and for the Chance to win!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  • 594
    TeresaRP says:

    The Bible is the most influential book that I read! Instruction for our daily lives is the best ever!

  • 595
    VickiB says:

    “Bel Canto” by Ann Patchett – read it for book club back in 2002. The writing is beautiful and it just stays with me.

  • 596
    Diana Banash says:

    A very worn and tattered paperback copy of “Dandelion Wine” by Ray Bradbury. Passed down to me from a special man in my life which I later passed on to my father before he passed away. A very special book for many reasons.

  • 597 says:

    The best book I have read is the Bible! Have to read it every day to keep on track.

  • 598
    Julie Pike says:

    My most memorable book would have to be my childhood favorite, Black Beauty by Anna Sewell. I think it’s the first book that made me cry while reading.

  • 599
    Julie Carlisle says:

    Charlotte’s Web…because my third grade teacher read it to us. We sat in a semi-circle and she read to us everyday. She teared up, in class, when Charlotte died. I will never forget it!

  • 600
    Sue McW says:

    It’s usually the book I’m reading at the moment. Right now it would have to be “The Shoemaker’s Wife” by Adriana Trigiani.

  • 601
    PARKER O says:

    The most memorable book which got me out of debt and set me up to be financially fit is Dave Ramsey’s “The Total Money Makeover”.

  • 602
    conil says:

    “The Eiger Sanction”…read it in one day, couldn’t put it down. Needless to say, nothing else was done that day.

  • 603
    Sharon Jaeger says:

    What a great question! And I must admit I read over all the previous comments as well to see what great books people like. I am an avid reader…so this is hard. I would say Kit’s Law by Donna Morrisey…great atmosphere of Newfoundland culture and the issue that transcend us all…love, loss and family.

  • 604
    Cele Schaffer says:

    My most memorable book is “Beach Music” by Pat Conroy my favorite author. He also wrote “The Prince of Tides” a close call for which book is #1. Love all the Papertrey releases this month-especially the sequin die. Can’t wait to do holiday crafting! Winning this would be the greatest!!!

  • 605
    Bonnie W. says:

    Over the years I have read a lot of books but I have to say my current favorite is the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon.

  • 606
    Lauren A. says:

    The most memorable book I’ve ever read…hmmm…well there are actually two: To Kill A Mockingbird and Pride & Prejudice. I love them both for very different reasons, but they have both stuck with me through the years. I re-read them when I don’t know what to read next ๐Ÿ™‚


  • 607
    Darla says:

    First and foremost the Bible and then the book Safely Home by Randy Alcorn.

  • 608
    Margaret C says:

    Chronicles of Narnia – loved them as a child, and on a whole new level as an adult. Now loving sharing them with my DD !
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  • 609
    Tammie Koehnen says:

    Wow GREAT release! GREAT projects.
    Wow, My favorite book… I read A LOT, so to name just one favorite is so hard. So the one that really touched me the most recently was “Slammed” by Coleen Hoover. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 610
    Wendy says:

    So much goodness in this release! Favorite book is a tough one but did love “Take Good Care of the Garden and Dogs”, by Heather Lende.

  • 611
    Elle says:

    I know there are plenty of books that are read for entertainment and enjoyment, however for my favorite I will have to go with The Book of Life-The Bible. It has all of the answers, guidance, encouragement, and hope we will ever need:)

  • 612
    Angie S. says:

    it would have to be “The Applause of Heaven by Max Lucado.

  • 613
    Sarita says:

    I dont just have one, the most memorable books I have read are the Dr. Seuss. Because of them i love to read.

  • 614
    Nora John says:

    “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee is one of my favorites of all time.

  • 615
    Makalah says:

    One of my favorites as a child that stuck with me was The White Seal by Rudyard Kipling. When I got to be old enough to read to the younger kids at school, that was the book I regularly picked.

  • 616
    Kristen L says:

    I actually don’t know the name of my most memorable book. It’s a book of fairy tales with the most beautiful pictures I can ever remember seeing. I can still see the pictures when I close my eyes. Unfortunately, that’s ALL I can see, so I don’t own this book. (Yet…)

  • 617
    Karen B says:

    I read so many books, I often have trouble remembering what I have read. That said, Unbroken has remained on my mind for the year since I finished it. Both my father and father in law served in World War II, and this look at the reality they faced has left me with an undying debt of gratitude for all the brave men and women who serve to protect us.

  • 618
    Vernetta says:

    SOOO EXCITED ABOUT THIS RELEASE!!! I am an avid reader and love lots of books…but I will take it wayyy back to when I was 16 and read the Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield….it was such an amazingly insightful book…it really opened my eyes to the way I viewed the word and human interaction.

  • 619
    Melanie ott says:

    I child called “It ” is a book I read many years ago and never forgot, how a parent could treat their child so badly and the strength the young boy had to survive and become an accomplished writer, husband and father.

  • 620
    Latte love says:

    Such great releases! Uhm I loved this book Moth Smoke –

  • 621

    the most memorable book…wow, that is a tough question! I think I’d have to say “the time traveler’s wife.” it was such an astonishing storyline to me. i’ve not read a lot of science fiction type books, but I really loved this one. it was so good, and I loved getting into it. it was one of those books to me that I just couldn’t put down. it was a large read, so I stayed up very late on several different nights as I just had to get to the end ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 622
    Linda w says:

    I guess my most memorable book that I have read is the series of books that inspired the Cedar Cove mini series. I have passed these along to my daughter in law for her to enjoy…

  • 623
    MissAnn says:

    Oh, it is so hard to pic a favorite book! I enjoy so many of them, I don’t think I actually have a favorite.

  • 624
    Jenna Hipps says:

    The best book I have ever read. Hmmm… I think it would have to be Pride and Prejudice. It was an amazing story.

  • 625
    Jayme says:

    The Bible…Jesus looked at them intently and said, โ€œHumanly speaking, it is impossible. But with God everything is possible.โ€ Matthew 19:26 Secondly,
    Just for You by Mercer Mayer & to join in the fun my husband’s is The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. Timeless Treasures:)

  • 626
    D'Ann says:

    I loved the Hardy Boys series when I was a kid. I read everything!

  • 627

    The Alchemist!!! Too hard to just pick one. If I can have a 2nd one – The little prince!

  • 628
    Janet G says:

    Oh my what a difficult questions. I guess what comes to mind first is the entire Outlander series.

  • 629
    Sonja says:

    Mine all time fav is Marlo Morgan: Mutant Message Down Under

  • 630
    LauraJane says:

    Vintage Books are one of my favorite things to collect due to their simple beauty and charm.
    I’m not much of a reader anymore…but Hadassah: One Night With the King by Tommy Tenney and Mark Andrew Olsen was very memorable.

  • 631
    Lisa R. says:

    Probably, Still Alice by Lisa Genova. It’s about a 5o something woman who develops early onset Alzheimer’s Disease. Such a moving story!

  • 632
    April W says:

    Definitely Left Behind…that book changed my life. ๐Ÿ™‚
    – April W

  • 633
    Deborah Rikard says:

    Little Women by Louisa Mae Alcott. I first read it around age 12 and still love it today. I’ve read it a total of 14 times over the years!

  • 634
    betty lou says:

    Love my ESV Study Bible! Any version of The Bible is my favorite, though!!

  • 635
    Kerry says:

    Best book ever that changed my life was “A Million Little Pieces” by James Frey! And thanks yet again for an awesome release!

  • 636
    Manda says:

    I loved “The Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch. His book was so inspiring and really made me stop and think about what I really feel is important to impart to my children.

  • 637
    Margarita Navarro-Rivera says:

    I like the “In Death” series by Nora Roberts writing as J.D. Robb!

  • 638
    Bev says:

    One that I will always remember so it must be most memorable…”Gone With the Wind”…

  • 639

    Wow – what a tough question! I do remember loving the book The Other Side of Midnight by Sidney Sheldon when I was very young. For years I told people it was my favorite book. I don’t even remember the story now, but because it was important to me then, I’ll go with it!

  • 640
    Tonya Dirk says:

    I think of two that immediately come to mindโ€ฆin my younger years it would have been “Where the Red Fern Grows” and now it would be “The Kite Runner”. Both were gut wrenching for me.

  • 641
    Charmaine says:

    Coming Home by Rosamunde Pilcher…not sure what it was about it, but I remember underlining so many passages in that book. Unfortunately I loaned it out and never got it back and its now out of print.

  • 642
    Chris L. says:

    One of my most recent memorable reads was a recommendation from you, Nichole–“The Winter Garden” by Kristen Hannah. I just loaned it out!

    Chris L.

  • 643
    Ivone says:

    Unfortunately I’m not a reader but this summer holidays I read a book named ” Mais que as mรฃes” written by a friend of mine. She has a blog named like that too. She writes about her daylylife with 3 children and it is hilarious! At this time I don’t even have time to play with my Papertrey goods and that comes on first place of my enjoyment list…!
    Congratulations once more for the lovely things you designed!

  • 644
    Barbara M says:

    The most memorable book for me was the books on Eleanor Rooselvelt. An inspiring strong woman . Always faced challenges in public view and had thought way before her time . She gave me my most inspiration to pursue a career in life.

  • 645
    Laura Boyd says:

    Difficult to choose. I guess the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

  • 646
    Jan says:

    Choosing my favorite book would be like having to choose my favorite child! Different books have appealed to me at different ages and stages of my life. I am, however, going to have to write down some of the books mentioned here. Alas, I will never live long enough to read all the books on my “to read” list!

  • 647
    Petti says:

    The book I’ve love the most is the Pride and Prejudice. I’ve read the simplified version, the translated version, as well as the original!

  • 648
    Julie M says:

    Great release. It’s hard to pick just one book, but I keep telling everyone that The Notebook is my favorite, so I will go with that one today.

  • 649
    Lynne S in GS says:

    As a life-long reader, I have many many book loves, but the one that affected me physically,and emotionally was My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult. Not my normal genre, but heart wrenching and thought provoking. (Wonderful release!)

  • 650
    Lorraine says:

    I really enjoyed Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert!

  • 651

    This is a hard question…I read a lot!! Most recently, the most memorable book is Her Last Breath: A Kate Burkholder Novel set in Amish country. It has some unexpected twists!

  • 652
    Sandy M says:

    My favorite books are the ones I read with my son when he was small. He is now 44 and I still remember seeing him turn pages on his favorite book about different trucks. His questions about each and every truck meant it took a long time to read that particular book. He was hyperactive and that reading time is memorable because it was the only time he would slow down long enough for us to do one thing together.
    For personal reading it would be all the Harry Potter and the Nicholas Sparks books

  • 653
    Patti Gingrich says:

    So hard to choose just one. The one that has made the greatest impact is One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp.

  • 654
    Shenika says:

    The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz!

  • 655
    Harriet Skelly says:

    If I have to pick just one, Gone With the Wind was the most memorable book I’ve read.

  • 656

    Nilda by Nicholasa Mohr, I could see so many aspects of my own childhood in the story.

  • 657

    A Girl Named Zippy . . .I may be latina and had a very different childhood than what she described but her memoir is one of the most endearing, funny, and interesting one that I’ve ever read

  • 658
    Malyssa M. says:

    I love reading so to pick a favorite is like trying to pick a favorite child or food! But I have 2 memorable books – both from my childhood. “Posy” by Charlotte Pomerantz was my very favorite children’s book. I would go to the library every second week to take it out! It was out of print at the time so I couldn’t buy my own! And the second was “Anne of Green Gables”by Lucy Maud Montgomery. I loved the entire series and loved that it took place in Prince Edward Island which was a family favorite vacation.

  • 659
    abrash says:

    I love so many books and have read some great ones but my favorites are books that have been fun to read with my kids – ones that have brought us fun and memories.

  • 660
    Victoria in OHio says:

    of course the BIBLE! but another fave is called Calm my Anxious Heart by Linda Dillow
    very helpful in pointing us to God and trusting Him to bear our burdens.. so many good nuggets in that one!
    i should re-read it every year!

  • 661
    Jill says:

    Seriously, I don’t think I have a most memorable. There are so many. So I decided to go with my childhood favorite, any written by Louisa May Alcott.

  • 662
    Maureen Wilson says:

    “A Child Called It”, it was a true story about the severe child abuse of Dave Pelzer in California. It was compelling and has probably stuck with me more than any book I can think of. My daughter was a toddler at the time, and tears would roll down my face when I was reading it. I just couldn’t believe that someone could do anything like that to their own child!!

  • 663
    Peggysue says:

    Love this release and also VERY excited by Betsy’s new kit coming out on October 1! Choosing one book is near impossible, but perhaps as a series I would select Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis. Read and reread them as a child and when my own kids came along I read them aloud along with an experiment in homemade Turkish Delight.

  • 664
    Mutzy Mia says:

    The most life changing book I’ve read and continue to read is the Bible. Second would be Catherine Marshalls “The Helper”. It was a gift from my husband on the birth of our second child. I had no idea how much of a “help” it would be…loved it!

  • 665
    Sandy O says:

    Mandy by Julie Andrews
    It was the last book my mom and I read together. We read it often and I have re-read it since. Very vivid images that have stayed with me over the years.

    Great releases!!!Can’t wait!

  • 666
    SaraL says:

    Most memorable book, that’s a hard one for me. I enjoy reading and read all different kinds of books. Right now, I am re-reading a lot of the classic children’s books like ones by Beverly Cleary with my kids and am enjoying it.

  • 667
    Erin says:

    I have so many favorite books, it’s hard to pick just one! I still go back and re-read Eat, Pray, Love though. It’s been relevant in my life at so many different points and that life is a journey of self discovery.

  • 668
    Maureen D. says:

    I’m not an avid reader, so I’d have to say it was the first book that I actually read cover to cover, I was 8. It was ‘Chocolate Fever” by Robert Kimmel Smith. I actually used that book as I studied education whenever I needed a go-to book. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 669
    Jelenzini says:

    I think that my favorite book I have ever read is The Catcher in the Rye.

  • 670
    Wendy Perez says:

    Many, Many books, but the one I remember the most I was forced to read in High School, Anne Frank and that was over 30 years ago. Thanks for such a great release and beautiful examples. You ladies Rock!

  • 671
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    As an avid reader there are many books I love or have a strong attachment to. Probably one of the most memorable was Savannah by Eugenia Price. All her books are wonderful but that was so captivating to me. I also read the entire Lord of the Rings Trilogy in about three weeks. We joke that my husband hardly saw me the whole time! Lol.

  • 672
    Erin S says:

    I don’t know if it is MOST memorable book(s) I’ve ever read, but after reading the Hunger Games trilogy, I could not pick up another book to read for a couple of months because nothing filled the void it left. Haha!

  • 673
    Ericka S. says:

    Where the Red Fern Grows, I was a teenager and made the mistake of reading it shortly after my beloved dog past away. I have never sobbed so hard before or again while reading a book….but Marley and Me came pretty close ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 674
    Giovana says:

    One of my favorite books and the one I always come back is “Stolen Lives:Twenty years in a desert jail” by Malika Oufkir. A great book!

  • 675

    Fabulous release, wonderful inspiration … thanks, Nichole and all the team! Most memorable book … The Bible. Anita ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 676
    Lisa K says:

    Usually my most memorable book is the one I just finished reading at the time. I belong to a book club which is fantastic because it makes me read out of my box. Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card was pretty good because it was completely out of my comfort zone. I’m more of a good mystery or “Pride and Prejudice” kind of girl.

  • 677

    To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I first read this when I was around 12 and it really hit me about life and being an adult.


  • 678
    Lynne in NI says:

    I loved Cat in the Hat as a child and can still recite the first few pages, I was delighted when I gave a copy to my 4-yr old niece and she loves it too!

  • 679
    Mags says:

    Bell Canto by Ann Pachett has to be in my top 5. I just finished reading for the second time.

  • 680
    Danny says:

    I would love to win this for my wife–a PTI fanatic. My favorite story is Unbroken which shows you the human spirit and the perseverance of a soldier when faced with the unthinkable.

  • 681

    I went into withdrawal after I finished the Twilight series, I was so sad it was over. However, I think a Thousand Splendid Suns Khaled Hosseini is the most memorable!

  • 682
    Jo Ann D. says:

    The Bible is my first choice but a book that is not the Bible would be Pride and Prejudice.

  • 683
    Becky Carafa says:

    The whole Anne of Green Gables series!

  • 684
    Felicia says:

    I just finished reading “Orphan Train” by Christina Baker Kline and I couldn’t put the book down!

  • 685
    Cindy C says:

    I’ve always loved “Where the Red Fern Grows”, read it in class in 6th grade. I keep telling my kids about it & they want to read it too!

  • 686
    Kim P says:

    The Afterlife of Billy Fingers. The only book that made the most sense of what happens after we die.

  • 687
    Rebecca says:

    I have a lot of favorites! One of the best I’ve read recently is The Storyteller by Jodi Piccoult.

  • 688
    Jayne says: