Quite a few have:
Bridge to Terribithia
A Walk To Remember
Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes (i didnt fully cry but just about ans i'm still readin this but its sad)
A Child Called It (real or not real it made me cry and almost sick)
umm and i know theres a few others but I can't think of them right now... crycrying
All books make me cry. When I'm on the home-stretch in the book... I just want to bawl. The adventure's almost over... my time with the characters is ending... everything's resolved... the characters go their seperate ways... *tear*
Bridge To Terabithia was the first book that made me cry ever. I think I was around eight or nine. Soon after Where The Red Fern Grows got me. Reading everyone else's lists reminded that A Child Called It not only made me cry but messed me up a whole lot. *shudder* I'm still not okay after that one.
There have been several books that have made me cry that I just can't remember.
The most recent one was Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince. I was a bit embarrassed since I was in front of my family at the time, but then I talked to one of my friends a day later who was still crying. She cried non-stop for three days.
I can't remeber all of the books that make me cry, but Narnia because of the religous Jesus dying for us, Bride To Terabirthia, and I think Gaurdian Of Honor-I think I cried readsing that. If I did, probably because of deaths or almost having the main character die.
When I was younger I used to cry every time someone died. For example "Anne of Green Gables" and other parts about Anne's adventures.
Now I am rather incredibly sad when I finish some books, but I cry sometimes too:
- "Attic" W.Wasilewska (I'm sure no one knows that old Polish book ^_~) Sad story about the orphans.
- "The Little Prince"
- "About a dog which took a train" (I was really young and it was shock for me, I remember when my mum cheered me up)
- "Kalamburka" Malgorzata Musierowicz
I don't remember the rest but I am sure that there are more...