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Post time 2018-9-17 22:03:12 | Show all posts |Read mode
Eh figured if anyone is into reading as much as myself then this would be nice to have. I've read a few kid friendly ones. And we'll have to follow the rules of the forum too so kid friendly books only.

List of some books i've read:
Pony Pals
Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg
The Bearnstien Bears
I spy books (They were my favorite at one point)

I'll look around and see what else i have that's kid friendly XD
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i legit read that series still hence why i recommend it >-> good books no matter how old you are
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Post time 2018-9-18 01:28:13 Posted on mobile device. | Show all posts
Edited by ScarIet at 2018-9-18 06:41 AM

The Fairy Oak series by Elizabetta Gnone. Made me turn the tide and realize just how much I love fairytales and then served as inspiration for my writing own. Extremely comfortable and sweet reads that turn pretty dark and menacing at the end of the main series.
Oh yes, also if you're into picture books with detailed art and majestic colorful unicorns I'd fully recommend the Melowy series as well. A physical copy. There is just so much glitter. It's a mid-way between a picture book and a novel that leaves the storytelling aspect a bit short but enjoyable nonetheless.
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Post time 2018-9-18 02:36:07 | Show all posts
I understand that you're trying to follow the forum rules but you don't have to go to the extreme where as we're literally recommending each other these kindergarten reading levels like The Berenstain Bears.
On a serious note: The Phantom Tollbooth is a good book that plays around with rhetoric devices and whatnot.  
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Post time 2018-9-18 19:01:37 | Show all posts
I am currently reading the Series of Unfortunate Events and I am enjoying it so much! Probably my favorite book series I read so far, it is really interesting!

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A fantastic book series!  Post time 2018-9-18 22:05
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Nighty replied at 2018-9-18 01:36 AM
I understand that you're trying to follow the forum rules but you don't have to go to the extreme wh ...

The Phantom Tollbooth is one of my favorite reads for just that reason! My favorite wordplay moment is the cart that goes without saying.
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