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Dolphins at Daybreak by Mary Pope Osborne
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message 1: by Ed (new)

Ed This is a tough one. I hope you bought the companion.


message 2: by James (new) - added it

James Martin :) Yeah. I've been reading these to my son. He's four, and he's really big on this series of chapter books. There are 30-some-odd of them. They're all about sixty pages long. We read half of one or better in a sitting.


message 3: by Ed (new)

Ed I'm just busting chops. My daughter is moving to chapter books and loves these. We have most of them, from when my son read them. The one about Pompeii is my favorite.


message 4: by James (new) - added it

James Martin Oh, I know. I figured you'd accuse me of padding my reading challenge. :) These are fun because they actually add a bit of historical info. Nice fantasy + history vibe. I can't wait until Haden is old enough to read them on his own.


message 5: by Ed (new)

Ed Padding? Nah, I'm reading Letters to a Young Poet right now.


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