There are certain books (and movies, but that's a different story), that I will read over and over again. I know people who think that life is too short to read the same book more than once, but I find that there's a certain peace and enjoyment found in spending more time with characters you really like in an appealing imaginary world, where nothing bad ever happens for which you're not prepared. I think of them as security blanket books and imagine Linus  in my head.
It started with Ramona . Then the Chronicles of Narnia . By the time I'd finished high school, I'd read Pride and Prejudice  nine times. Many of Hercule Poirot's  adventures I've visited more than once and Sherlock Holmes'  so many times I picture myself next to Watson. More recently, it's been books that involve a great deal of world-building on the part of the author. After Hurricane Ike, I re-read all of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse series  and Jim Butcher's Harry Dresden series  by the light of a lantern.
Are there any other re-readers out there or should I seek (additional) bibliotherapy?