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funny books for 7 year old

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any suggestions please, he's a fantastic reader and got a great sense of humour and looking for something funny, not looking for a deal on a specific book, just suggestions please, he does have lots a…
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banned7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
any suggestions please, he's a fantastic reader and got a great sense of humour and looking for something funny, not looking for a deal on a specific book, just suggestions please, he does have lots and lots of books but looking for xmas pressies
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banned7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Flat stanley ( if he's not already read them)
banned#2
Horrid Henry or Captain Underpants :thumbsup:
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lisat
Flat stanley ( if he's not already read them)


thank you, will check them out at smiths
sculpturatus
Horrid Henry or Captain Underpants :thumbsup:


already done the horrid henry, he has enough - lol

will look at the captain underpants though :thumbsup:
#4
they are both great suggestions - also my little fella loved the Jeremy Strong books - they are shorter storise-but really funny.
#5
sassie have you got any of the dr suss books: the cat in the hat, green eggs and ham, wacky wednesday etc...
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lucerysmum
they are both great suggestions - also my little fella loved the Jeremy Strong books - they are shorter storise-but really funny.


another added to the list to look for :thumbsup:
superskilly
sassie have you got any of the dr suss books: the cat in the hat, green eggs and ham, wacky wednesday etc...


had a few of them ones and never seemd interested in them, but thanks for the suggestion:thumbsup:
#8
anything by Roald Dahl, i loved his books as a kid :)
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lucerysmum
they are both great suggestions - also my little fella loved the Jeremy Strong books - they are shorter storise-but really funny.

Seconded - and if he's seven he might be able to read them himself..........
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gari189
Seconded - and if he's seven he might be able to read them himself..........


what you mean :thinking:
banned#11


thanks mike :thumbsup:

treble99
anything by Roald Dahl, i loved his books as a kid :)


thanks treble :thumbsup:

looks like i going to be spending the day in smiths - lol
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sassie
what you mean :thinking:

.........what I was trying to say is that they are written in a simple enough style for 7 year olds to read :thumbsup:
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gari189
.........what I was trying to say is that they are written in a simple enough style for 7 year olds to read :thumbsup:


he is fine with reading, he wants to read the harry potters, but hes to young
#15
book people usually have deals on roald dahl boxsets - keep an eye out and you'll prob get 10 or 15 books for around a quid each
#16
Astrosaurs books, they are a combination of Dinosaurs and space. My son loves this range and eagerly looks forward to the next one.

We are currently reading Harry Potter but these books are getting a bit scary for him now we have reached book 5, so we might wait a while to start book 6.

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