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Stuff you read when you were a kid that you still respect

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    At the top of my list is Diana Wynne Jones. "Homeward Bounders" still makes me want to travel and cry at the same time. I loved "Stranger in a Strange Land" when I read it but Heinlein lost my respect later. I read C.S. Lewis as a child but his Christian allegories wore thin very quickly. Phillip K. Dick, J.R.R. Tolkien and our fearless leader Mr. Moorcock still hold true. David Eddings didn't come close to the other writers that I mentioned but he was entertaining when I was a child and he was honest about having written for children until they were ready for bigger things. That's worth something. For the moment that's my list.