First books I was obsessed with were the Babysitter's Club books when I was five. I still read them on a regular basis.
Same here! I actually came on this thread to write that, haha. I was completely convinced that as soon as I turned 13 I was going to start my own business just like them and become rich off it.... didn't exactly work out for me. (:
Yep! I went through a training course, made flyers, and everything, and then realized that all the kids in my neighbourhood were older than me. I only ever babysat four or five times, not exactly anything like the illustrious career I had planned out.
I would say my book would be American Prometheus. I haven't finished reading it so that I can spread it out over a long duration of time.
The first was Z is for Zombie. It's a little kid book, I read it in first grade, about 80 times. I absolutes loved it. That obsession turned into a Twilight Saga obsession. Then a John Green obsession (which will never die) and that took me to my Potter obsession (still going on) and then my HG addiction (Still happening) So, there have been a lot. My current obsession is VARIANT by Robison Wells. I will die if I don't get FEEDBACK as soon as it comes out.
I think for me it was Magyk, it was this wizard book that I read when I was about ten. That book was awesome.
Mine was the whole Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series. I got pretty obsessed with it especially since I had three close girl friends too and we kind of resembled the personalities of the 4 main characters in the book!=)
Gregor the Overlander. I read the books over and over and over again, it all started in fourth grade and then the seed was planted. Suzanne Collins was my favorite author long before The Hunger Games.
Wait, is it possible to be a literature hipster?
Since I first set eyes on one, I have been obsessed with horses, so my first book obsession? The Saddle Club series by Bonnie Bryant.
I'm so hardcore ;)
Mine had to be the Outsiders b S.E. Hinton. I read it in fith grade and it was the first book to give me the "this book will stick with me forever" feeling.
...The Catcher In The Rye...
maybe this is my experience talking, but if one was read to as a child, i really don't think they would have the ability to remember the first book they loved.