Great choices - and I've even read a few!
Glad we have them in common, Beverly. Thanks for coming by.
Great list!My Top Ten Tuesday
Great list. In general, it seems there are a lot of book titles with red in them. :-D
Great list! One of these days I need to finally read Anne of Green Gables.
Great list! I also have the green mile on mine but there are definitely a few on here I'm interested in reading!
I feel it should have been obvious, but I did not realise Clancy had so many books with "Red" in the title.
I like that you picked so many classics!My TTT .
Tom Clancy sure loves the color red ;)Fun list!!!!
Ooooe Wow! Old Yeller... I sommer start crying. And where the Red Fern grows. Completely forgot about those lovely books. I've also listed Anne of Green Gables. Such a classic.Thanks for stopping by my blog, hope you will have good week!
Green Eggs and Ham!! That book brings back so many memories. Here is our Top Ten Tuesday
So many great books! I own Fried Green Tomatoes, but haven't read it yet. I did love the film, though. :)
How did I forget Fried Green Tomatoes? Such a wonderful book/movie.
Thanks for coming by Anna.
I noticed that too, Stargazer.
Thanks for coming by, Jess.
Glad I made you aware of them, Evelyn.
Verushka, he did seem to like that word.
Glad you appreciate them Lydia.
Thanks for coming by ichlese.
Glad you liked them, Elza. Thanks for coming by.
It does for me too, Poinsettia.
I liked the movie too, Diedra.
Thanks for coming by, Tanya.
Great list! I love Where the Redfern Grows, although the ending always makes me cry. :)
Sometimes a good cry helps. Thanks for coming by, Lark.
Great list. Old Yeller brings back memories...Here's my TTT list this week!
Yes it does, Lectrice
Loved The Hunt for Red October! There's a lot of books with red in the title, right? Great list and thanks for visiting my TTT! :)
Where The Red Fern Grows and Old Yeller were a big part of my childhood reading.
Good choices! I had forgotten about The Hunt for Red October. Anne of Green Gables made my list, though!
It was my pleasure, Rachel. Red does seem to be a popular color for books.
As mine as well, Greg. Thanks for coming by.
Glad we had one in common, Lark. Thanks for coming by.
Today I learned that The Hunt For Red October, a movie title I've always thought sounded really cool without ever really knowing what it was about (and frequently mixing it up in my head with October Sky) is based on a Jack Ryan novel. Neat.I can't believe I forgot that the name Old Yeller comes from his coat color (at least partially). Good idea! I go back and forth on whether I love that book or whether it's too gut-wrenching.
I almost chose Where the Red Fern grows for my list, too!
So many great choices this week! I spot a few favorites that I didn't even think about for my own list—Where the Red Fern Grows, in particular!
Rs, I'm with you on Old Yeller, shocking, sad and understandable.
Thanks for coming by, Michael.
Glad too bring back some memories, Christopher.
'Anne' is the ideal pick for this past week's topic - plus it's a classic! Never read any of the Jack Ryan books, but I have liked the film/TV adaptations I've seen. :) Thanks so much for the visit to Finding Wonderland.
Yes, it is, Rissi. With Clancy,the books are better than the movies.
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