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I don't have any idea how this site works so this is probably the wrong thing. Recently, I remembered a book I read about 2 years ago but I can only remember vague details such as the main character had an eating disorder, she was staying with her cousin, and that same cousin was called Ed.



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I'm going to move this thread to the Fiction General Discussion forum. You'll probably need to give us more info about what you remember about the book. And why do you want to remember this book? Just curious.



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Because it'll bother me me if I don't.



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I know the feeling. There are a few books I read long ago that I just cannot seem to locate. One was a green-colored children's book with really wonderful fables and I have searched years and years to no avail. This book meant a lot to me as a young boy and I sure would love to have a copy today.



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Yo I know it's been a while but I found the book I wanted not too long ago! The book was called "How I Live Now" by Meg Rosoff. At that point in late 2018, I had such an obsession with finding this book because I remember the book confusing the hell out of me because I just didn't understand what was going on since I read it somewhere in middle school.
Did you ever find your childhood fable book though?



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I know the feeling. There are a few books I read long ago that I just cannot seem to locate. One was a green-colored children's book with really wonderful fables and I have searched years and years to no avail. This book meant a lot to me as a young boy and I sure would love to have a copy today.



Several variations of 'AESOP'S FABLES' had green covers.


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