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Re: So many good suggestions! Daisym

Posted by All Done on October 16, 2006, at 14:15:29

In reply to Re: So many good suggestions! Dinah, posted by Daisym on October 12, 2006, at 0:47:23

> Nobody mentioned the Alexander books... I loved those and want them when I'm having a "very bad, no good day". Also Wayside School and Magic school bus books are great to read together.

We have the first Alexander book. I don't know who loves it more, me or him. Somedays he tells me he's "going to go to Australia today" and that's when I know we're in for an interesting day. :)

I'd never heard of the Wayside School books but they look really cute. I'm definitely going to keep them on my list for when he doesn't mind that the books don't have pictures on each page.

> 4 is a great age for non-fiction books, especially about insects and dinasaurs and stars. I love how they think, and the questions they come up with when reading them facts are hilarious.

Yep. I thought we had every dinosaur book ever made until he found yet another one the other day. Unfortunately, I didn't do quite enough checking and it's more about the food chain than anything else. A bit too graphic for a four-year old. Hmm...what am I talking about? I think it's too graphic for me!




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