Groovy 60's Books
Here is a list of the top books of the 60's. It would be great if you would review some of these. There are children's books, plays, a bit of nonfiction and lots of superb fiction books here. Just click on the purple button and away you go. I've read most of these books and plan to return soon and reread them.
You will see some authors appear several times like Philip K. DIck (Speaking of whom, here's sebtanic's lens on Philip K. Dick).
They were life-changing books at the time. So when I say it would be great if you reviewed them, I mean I really believe you will enjoy reading these books so it would be great fun for you to get to know these books or revisit them.
If you already have reviews of these books, let me know. Post a comment or contact me through my profile page.
And the reviews are coming in!
Green Eggs and Ham reviewed by patgoltz.
Also Green Eggs and Ham reviewed by marsha32
Where the Wild Things Are reviewed by DonHels.
The Last Unicorn (animated film) reviewed by stuwawa.
The Sneetches and Other Stories reviewed by kimmilai.
The Sneetches and Other Stories reviewed also by jennabeezer.
The Giving Tree reviewed by PaigSr.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory reviewed by sybil-watson.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory also reviewed by Becksta.
Fox in Socks reviewed by chaltom.
A Clockwork Orange (movie review) by reasonablerobinson.
The Dune Chronicles reviewed by kimmilai.
Valley of the Dolls reviewed by britflorida.
To Kill a Mockingbird reviewed by tonyleather.
Franny and Zooey reviewed by lookandsee,
The Andromeda Strain reviewed by tonyleather.
Slaughterhouse Five reviewed by Coleton.
Flowers for Algernon reviewed by thatgrrl.
Rosemary's Baby reviewed by fullofshoes.
Silent Spring reviewed by tonyleather.
Related books reviewed but not on this list:
Charlotte's Web reviewed by kat-harris.
Lord of the Flies. It was published in 1954 but made into a movie in 1963 and was on many required reading lists in schools in the 60's. Tonyleather remembers how terrifying it was.
Shel Silverstein's Where the Sidewalk Ends reviewed by christa-swope
There's a Wocket in my Pocket, a Dr. Seuss book reviewed by tonyleather.
Ira Levin's The Stepford Wives reviewed by britflorida.
Last updated on March 18, 2014
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