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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 2:04 pm 
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I think we're clear now. HEY PEOPLE...the major confusion here has finally been cleared up...We can move on now... :lol:

Sorry, I had to throw some humor in here.

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Wow! I'm a quote master and I finally discovered color. Really don't mind me.

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You just discovered color?!?
RAINBOWS!!!
I love colour!
Especially pink!


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couldnt tell! hehe sorry for being a smart ass. really any way can i ask you how you got your signiture colored? i cant figure it out! :cry:

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My daughter read The Little Prince when she was little and she liked it and again when she was older (maybe in French) and liked it on a different level.


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level is in people's heart. that book isnt just only a child book and most of the grown up's "level" isnt enough to understand it by heart too.


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bir.x.kisisi, I can't say whether or not it was interpreted correctly and as intended by the author.

Just added a comma.


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you dont need to say it tough..
i dont mean it, you know.


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For pre-school to K-3 kids, you have to look at books by Roy Gerrard and those by Barbara Helen Berger--especially Grandfather Twilight. AWESOME on many many levels.


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The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Stories is awesome, one of my favourites to read my daughter.

For young adult books, The Giver IS an amazing book. So is Touching Spirit Bear. And Holes, as someone said earlier, can't be a more engaging book for children to read.


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My favourite books when I was little was the Faraway Tree Series that my mum had brought over from the UK with her when she moved to Australia. I have read them so many times, I love it. I used to pretend I was in the book, and had my own Faraway Tree and everything!!

My other faves where the Narnia Chronicles, which were absolute treasures. The Horse and His Boy was always my fave, along with The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
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I loved the Narnia books when I was a kid too. Plus lots of others, lol.

Let's see...

The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
The Witches by Roald Dahl
The Gammage Cup by Carrol Kendall
Only You Can Save Mankind by Terry Pratchett
the Bromeliad trilogy by Terry Pratchett
Harperhall trilogy by Anne McCaffrey
The Dark is Rising series by Susan Cooper
The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley
The Perilous Gard by Elizabeth Marie Pope

And then I'd say absolutely everything by Jane Yolen and Tamora Pierce.


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Tamora Pierce? Have you read the second book in the Lioness quartet? or the third and fourth now that i think about it, or the second in the Protector of the Small, or the fourth in Wildmagic?

What age kids are you thinking?

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All the Water in the World. By George Ella Lyon, Illus. by Katherine Tillotson, Atheneum Books for Young Readers.

From deserts to the kitchen sink, the water cycle is lyrically yet economically described in Lyon’s poem emphasizing the importance of water conservation. Katherine Tillotson’s digital paintings splash, surge and drip off the page.

this is my favorite book for my child ..


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