Are you late to the Percy party? Don’t worry, we can be fashionably late together.
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A list of books you can read with your children, siblings, cousins, and families as a whole that are family friendly. As a plus, most have either a movie or tv series adaptation–in hopes you will read and then watch together!
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My favorite R.L. Stine books 🙂
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Coraline is a children’s novel, but the tale is timeless. I loved it. If you enjoy slightly creepy dark stories, this is for you.
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