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If your DC loves reading Mr Gum/Jeremy Strong/Captain Underpants

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amicable · 17/04/2011 13:30

what else do they enjoy?


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jimswifein1964 · 17/04/2011 15:23

How about the funny stories by Anthony Horowitz; Diamond Brothers series, Granny etc?

madamehooch · 17/04/2011 15:39

You don't say how old they are but Michael Lawrence and Andy Griffiths are good authors for 9+.

Carrotsandcelery · 17/04/2011 15:41

Humphrey the Hamster has gone down well here as well.

Carrotsandcelery · 17/04/2011 15:41

The Daisy books are favourites too eg Daisy and the trouble with...

Carrotsandcelery · 17/04/2011 15:41

Oh and Clarice Bean by Lauren Child

cazzybabs · 17/04/2011 20:21

David Williams book

Pippi longsticking

how to train your dragon

ottaline books

KarlWrenbury · 17/04/2011 20:23

clarice bean definnitely

oi caveboy
nate and the big head or something

JeffVadar · 20/04/2011 19:04

The Hiccup books by Cressida Cowell, and Eion Colfer's books, If Artemis Fowl is a bit old, there are others aimed at slightly younger readers.

SecretSpi · 04/05/2011 16:29

I can recommend the author John Dougherty - he has a series of books about a boy who conjures up the Greek God Zeus. The first is called "Zeus on the Loose". It's Percy Jackson with bags more humour for younger readers 7-9.

RosieRed · 24/05/2011 21:28

The Terry Pratchett books for kids. Not the 'Hatful of Sky' lot yet (they're more girly anyway) but The Carpet People, Truckers, Diggers, Wings. So clever and funny.

Hulababy · 24/05/2011 21:31

David Walliams books

Oblomov · 24/05/2011 21:36

Watching with interest. Ds1(7) likes Captains Underpants. Wondering what else will be suitable.

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