ha ha if you've read it you will thank me for reminding you this cute comedy exists if not you are about to discover a tasty morsel

ha ha if you've read it you will thank me for reminding you this cute comedy exists if not you are about to discover a tasty morsel

Crazy, but we got this book for a future daughter before we were even married. I want the nursery to remind me of this cover.

Crazy, but we got this book for a future daughter before we were even married. I want the nursery to remind me of this cover.

The BFG - While she quietly sleeps Sophie has no idea of the 'other world' waiting for her and the fact that she's about to set forth on an adventure and save the day with the help of her new rather large best friend. A classic and must read book for children (age 7 to 12)

The BFG - While she quietly sleeps Sophie has no idea of the 'other world' waiting for her and the fact that she's about to set forth on an adventure and save the day with the help of her new rather large best friend. A classic and must read book for children (age 7 to 12)

The Wishing Chair by Enid Blyton - Short stories for children - Classics books to read - Kids.jpg

The Wishing Chair by Enid Blyton - Short stories for children - Classics books to read - Kids.jpg

Not only books BY Roald Dahl, but books ABOUT him. All at the 3rd Grade level.

Not only books BY Roald Dahl, but books ABOUT him. All at the 3rd Grade level.

Enid Blyton is another author who dominated my child hood. I used to long to get into the wishing chair and wish my way anywhere around the world

Enid Blyton is another author who dominated my child hood. I used to long to get into the wishing chair and wish my way anywhere around the world

Natalie McDonald, who appears on page 159 of Harry Potter and The Goblet Of Fire, was a real person. She was a nine-year-old girl from Toronto, Canada, who was dying of leukemia. She wrote to JK Rowling asking what was going to happen in the next Harry Potter book as she would not live long enough to read it. JK Rowling emailed back, but Natalie had died a day earlier. In tribute, she became a first-year student at Hogwarts named by the Sorting Hat in Gryffindor - the house for the brave at…

Natalie McDonald, who appears on page 159 of Harry Potter and The Goblet Of Fire, was a real person. She was a nine-year-old girl from Toronto, Canada, who was dying of leukemia. She wrote to JK Rowling asking what was going to happen in the next Harry Potter book as she would not live long enough to read it. JK Rowling emailed back, but Natalie had died a day earlier. In tribute, she became a first-year student at Hogwarts named by the Sorting Hat in Gryffindor - the house for the brave at…

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