Answer by Anonymous at 3:40 PM on Dec. 6, 2009
I haven't read them so I can't say for those specific books. But I do remember reading books with "adult content" when I was her age. It pretty much just went over my head. I reread some of Judy Blume's book as an adult and laughed at how I didn't realize some of what was going on. Tell her if anything is confusing to ask you about it, not her friends. I personally would have my child get information from books than other sources.
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English TEACHERS are so excited by these books b/c it's bringing younger children back to reading. Definitely let her read them.Nine is NOT too young, I've always been a reader and at NINE I was reading Steven King, it set up a lifetime of reading for me.
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