I'm not sure, I was reading before I was in kindergarten. Charlotte's Web is the first book I fell in love with though.
Flowers in the attic. Kinda a twisted book but it did make me fall in love with reading when I was about 13'ish. I read every V.C. Andrews book until I ran out during my early teens.
The earliest book I can remember reading was Peppo the Pony when I was about 5 or 6. I've been reading ever since. Started with kids books and comics, progressed to Westerns and penny dreadfuls (and some of them were dreadful indeed) and just kept going.
Probably, The Diary of Anne Frank. It really made me think about how this happy young girl made the best of a horrible situation. So inspirational.
When I was in second grade, the teacher brought bring me up to 5th grade, handed me a bible, and had me start reading. After about a minute, she said that was enough and I could return to second grade.
I had never actually read the bible itself prior to that. Her point was to make the fifth graders ashamed of themselves. (No real harm intended, but probably not a good idea for her to do so.)
At any rate, b the time I was 8 years old I already had a big old box of "age appropriate" books in my closet. So I can only say I have enjoyed reading for as long as I can remember.
No one book stands out as THE book, but I don't think I have ever thrown a book away in my adult life.
The Cat In The 🎩.
A book named Zotz. It's about a man that gets hit by lightening and develops super human powers.
I found it in my dads library when I was a kid. It was in the "seldom read" section.
I no longer have passion for reading novels. Good times.
The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew series.
Flight of the Old Dog and Raise the Titanic ! Two great books that really got me into it for good.
I've always enjoyed reading, but the series that got me back in to reading was The Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R.Ward.
The Poky Little Puppy. It was a Little Golden Book.
Are You There God? It's me, Margaret by Judy Blume
That Was Then, This is Now by S. E. Hinton
The first book I fell in love with was probably 'Storm Boy' by Colin Theile, and then 'International Velvet' by Bryon Forbes.
When I was little, I used to love the "Magic Tree House" series. In fact, I collected almost all of them, and still have most of them to this day, hahah. The books also got me into writing my own stories!
If you like reading classics, I would recommend you to check Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brone. It is my favourite book.