For fun or for school?
We're supposed to be reading the first book in The Mysterious Benedict Society series; but Autumn is out of town at the fun parks with her grandparents until tomorrow. Lol.
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dd1 (7) just started reading Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary. dd2 is 5 and readinga bunch of early readers :)
All 4 of mine love when I read books from the magic treehouse series.
My 14 yo son is reading Duncan's War. My 11 yo son just finished up Anne of Avonlee. And I am reading Grimm's Fairy Tales to them.
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We're covering a plant book I bought for science this month, and they each have their history they read for school.
For fun: 1st child is reading Pretty Monsters; 2nd child is reading book 3 (The Wide Window) of A Series of Unfortunate Events; 3rd child is reading This Totally Bites; and 4th child is reading Roverandom.
Quoting Jinx-Troublex3:DS1 is on book 4, Inheritance, of the Inheritance cycle (Eragon books)
DS2 is reading a Halo novel.
DD and I are reading Black Beauty. She's reading SO well! Its older english so it has some difficult words and the history ha been fun explaining the times and the setting.
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