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5/6 year old bOYS who haev DONE picture books? walk this way........

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FluffyMummy123 Tue 17-Jun-08 17:15:20

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Enid Tue 17-Jun-08 17:18:27

also these

FluffyMummy123 Tue 17-Jun-08 17:19:26

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DrNortherner Tue 17-Jun-08 17:20:59

Is it me or are Horrid Henry strories really craply written?

<is craply even a word?>

Love2bake Tue 17-Jun-08 17:21:49

Flat Stanley

FluffyMummy123 Tue 17-Jun-08 17:22:23

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DrNortherner Tue 17-Jun-08 17:23:31

Emil is that? Not heard of that one. Will investigate.

Love2bake Tue 17-Jun-08 17:24:34

I hate reading HH - it's like a tongue twister.

mummypig Tue 17-Jun-08 17:32:01

Thanks Cod and Enid, I wasn't aware of either of those series and think they will be ideal for my 6yo this summer.

flyingmum Mon 23-Jun-08 22:33:38

Zac Powers - 7 year old really loves them. Dinosaur cove also very good. Waterstones was doing a buy one get one free a while back.

Jake Cake books also favs at mo.

Fizzylemonade Wed 23-Jul-08 20:45:34

My ds1 is just 5 and was bought a dinosaur cove book which I read to him, but sadly it isn't the first in the series so we are thinking of buying him some for Christmas.

Even though I read "complete with growl" I had forgotten I had turned volume up on my laptop for ds2 aged 2 to play "in the night garden" on cbeebies.

Growl scared the pants off me blush

filthymindedvixen Wed 23-Jul-08 20:47:23

mine likes whatever 10 year old likes. Hence garfield at Triskellion....

Twiglett Wed 23-Jul-08 20:50:09

mine loved captain underpants .. you can't beat puerile humour imo

roisin Wed 23-Jul-08 20:52:51

I loathe HH and packed away all the books some years ago. But at half term found myself attending a talk at Hay Festival by Francesca Simon, and she was surprisingly entertaining.

Califrau Wed 23-Jul-08 20:53:06

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rezmum Wed 23-Jul-08 22:56:59

Emil books on offer with the bookpeople this month.

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