I recently made a post where I recommend Five Children’s Fiction I still love as an Adult! Since I don’t want to list down the same set of books again, I am going to do 5 Bookish Favorites and 5 Non-Bookish Childhood Favorites! 😀
- Chacha Chaudhary Series!
Chacha Chaudhary is one of the most iconic characters in Indian Comics. I have read this every Sunday during middle grade. I loved Chacha Chaudhary – “whose brain is faster than a computer.” and Raaka – one of my favorite villains.
Naughtiest Girl Series by Enid Blyton
I have read this religiously in my childhood and enjoyed it thoroughly. As a kid, my mother used to always threaten me to put me in a boarding school.
Secret Seven Series
Famous Five Series
Nancy Drew Series
The Dragon Tales
I’m strong to the finish, ’cause I eats me Spinach, I’m Popeye the sailor man! (toot, toot)
The reason I loved my greens as a kid, and continue to have as an adult. Even my favorite soup is the Spinach or Broccoli Soup. Yes. I am one of those people who loves my greens. 😛
This cartoon is about an Octopus named Oswald and who had a pet dog named Weenie. This was so entertaining to watch. We also had a talking flowers and a butterfly parent and a freaking snowman and a penguin. All living in the same city. Quite an imaginative setting but still loved this show a lot! I never questioned it back then, but some of the scenes definately made me wonder if Oswald was high on something. HAHA!
Tom and Jerry
And of course, the iconic Tom and Jerry! How can I forget that! I loved this show to bits. I still re watch it and can enjoy it for hours.
“Ta-ta-ta-ta-ta-TAA!! PUPPY POWER!!”
This one is another of those iconic cartoons, that as an adult is extremely questionable:P However, I loved it and realized how naive and innocent you can be.
Of course, there is a list of nostalgic favorites when it comes to cartoons. Some honorable mentions would be Pingu, Noddy, Bob the Builder, and Pokemon.
What are your top ten Childhood Favorites. Let’s Chat!
Mention a link to your post, if you have done this tag. I would love to read them!