My DD that is 8 just this year started following them well enough that we can have discussions about the book!
We just started Junie B Jones, age 7 end of first grade. But we only do a chapter a day then she has a small reflective writing to do on the chapter.
I'm doing almost the same thing with my 6 year old daughter. She reads a chapter a day and then writes about it. I trying to include some questions like, "How do you think the character felt when a certain event happened?" She loves the Junie B. Jones books. She also reads to her younger sisters (2,3, and 5). Now I am noticing that she's mimicking me and asking them similar questions.
I read them to Ava 5, but Lucy 8 reads them her self.
i'd say around 6 here, we started reading them together
DD could in first but DS is in first and can't do it, independently.
My daughter was about 3 listening and I think an older 4 reading them independently.
My son was probably 5 listening and 5 reading independently.
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