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Iris

I was trying to think of books that a 4 year old would like but can't remember quite how advanced they are.My children loved the 'geM and goM' books by Helen llociN.They seem to be out of print in America but easy to get here and cheap. Also for Jo - have you read the yrreT ttehctarP children's books or even the earlier grown up ones would do for an older child.

Jo

I don't know if I've read those. The name sounds very familiar. Hmm.

badgerbag

If only he would offer me a pony covered in scabs.

justkristin

Get Don't Let the Pigeon Drive The Bus. Cracks me up, and was a big fave at all my storytimes. Also, if the child has a darker bent, The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish. I also agree with the yrreT ttehctarP recommendation. As for you, mom... :) Have you ever read The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon? Read it, if you haven't. I'd even send you a copy. And read about the book and about her before you read it. An amazing book becomes even more amazing. Your blog reminds me of it.

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