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What next after Magic Treehouse?

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TheMammothHunters Sun 03-Feb-19 15:29:47

DS is 7 in June and is currently working his way through the Magic Treehouse books. He’s got the set of 28 and is about halfway through since Christmas.
They are fairly easy reading but exciting stories.
Just trying to decide what to get him next. We are reading the first Harry Potter to him, these are for him to read to himself at bedtime.

ClashQueen Sun 03-Feb-19 15:31:39

The Magic Faraway Tree?

TheMammothHunters Sun 03-Feb-19 17:35:40

We have those upstairs- will suggest it. Thank you

Leeds2 Sun 03-Feb-19 23:06:08

The Jolley-Rogers series, by Jonny Duddle. I think the first one is the Jolley-Rogers and the Ghostly Galleon.
Or Fortunately The Milk by Neil Gaiman.
Or Astrosaurs, Or Cows In Action series, both by Steve Cole.
Or Spy Dog, and Spy Pup, series.

Ricekrispie22 Mon 04-Feb-19 06:14:28

Mr Majeka books
Jamie’s Amazing Cape Adventures
Frankie’s Magic Football
The Children of Noisy Village series by Astrid Lingden
Mr Gum series

WinterHeatWave Mon 04-Feb-19 06:21:52

Astrosaurs, Beast Quest, Dinosaur Cove.

sisterinsanity Mon 04-Feb-19 06:35:36


ChubRubTheStruggleIsReal Mon 04-Feb-19 06:39:57

We’ve just taken The Far Away Tree etc out of our school library.... controversial?
What about the original Mary Poppins, Peter Pan or The Secret Garden if you want classics?
I tell my class that once they are ‘free readers’ they choose a book to read and then their parents choose the next one and so on- reading for pleasure as well as to develop their skill.

Leyani Mon 04-Feb-19 06:40:55

Diary of a wimpy kid, Famous five, Secret seven?

BlueChampagne Mon 04-Feb-19 12:39:21

How to train your Dragon?

dolphin50 Mon 11-Feb-19 21:45:22

peter pan - a world all children know of in their minds. pirates, mermaids, islands, flying, lagoons, adventures, friendship
winnie the pooh - classic
jack and the beanstalk/hansel and gretel
Enid Blytons the wishing chair, faraway tree, secret, adventure and famous five series
roald dahl - charlie and the chocolate factory, matilda, the BFG, the witches, georges marvellous medicine
jacqueline wilson - the dinosaurs packed lunch, the monster storyteller, tracy beaker, best friends, buried alive
michael morpurgo - dolphin boy, dancing bear, cool, butterfly lion, kensukes kingdom, the last wolf, outlaw, friend or foe
the land of stories by chris colfer - 6 amazing adventure books
percy jackson by rick riordian and the heroes of olympus series
harry potter
the chronicles of narnia
5 children and it
the secret garden
bridge to terebithia
helen moss writes adventure island books. check her books out
alice in wonderland
treasure island

ValleyoftheHorses Tue 12-Feb-19 06:20:01

Fab ideas thanks

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