Have you found yours?
How does anyone define a favourite book? for me, it would be a book that I read again and again. This is something I simply don't do, therefore I cannot have a favourite book.
A Day No Pigs Would Die by Robert Newton Peck. Tears my heart out all the time, and I gain something new every time I read it. That's what makes it a classic.
My favorite book is usually what I am currently reading. In this case, it's a thought provoking book by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, The Angel's Game.
You're going to need to calm down.
"Other pet peeves: "are" instead of "our"; could/would/should "of" instead of "have"; the wrong usage of they're/there/their; "to" when it should be "too"; and "then" instead of "than"... just to name a few..."
"That is so frustrating! I proofread and then I post. When I see a posted comment with an error I wonder, "Who typed that!?" Yep, me, but I can't change it if I'm not on my desktop. AKKK!"
"I wish a few of my college professors had read this. One actually required that the blue book be full. Did he read all of them or just looked at the first and last pages? lol"