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Offline TresaC Reading Submissions! A N Other
09 Dec 2012, 09:34 PM | Post: #11

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Offline LindaGruchy Reading The Chandelier Ballroom by Elizabeth Lord
09 Dec 2012, 10:15 PM | Post: #12

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RE: Book suggestions please.

(09 Dec 2012 09:01 PM)TresaC Wrote:  
(09 Dec 2012 08:57 PM)LindaGruchy Wrote:  And Kate Stewart's Dragon stuff.

Hi Linda, coupld you possibly give me a title please? The link brought up all sorts of stuff and when I narrowed it to Kindle, the books were shall we say, a little too adult!Omg

I meant our Kate. http://www.kuforum.co.uk...
Offline TresaC Reading Submissions! A N Other
09 Dec 2012, 10:19 PM | Post: #13

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RE: Book suggestions please.

(09 Dec 2012 10:15 PM)LindaGruchy Wrote:  
(09 Dec 2012 09:01 PM)TresaC Wrote:  
(09 Dec 2012 08:57 PM)LindaGruchy Wrote:  And Kate Stewart's Dragon stuff.

Hi Linda, coupld you possibly give me a title please? The link brought up all sorts of stuff and when I narrowed it to Kindle, the books were shall we say, a little too adult!Omg

I meant our Kate. http://www.kuforum.co.uk...

Yes, this looks far more suitable! Thanks they look great. Smile
Offline Baggins Reading Diary of a Witchcraft Shop by Liz Williams
10 Dec 2012, 02:43 AM | Post: #14

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RE: Book suggestions please.

Hi Tresa
Try Kit Berry http://www.stonewylde.com/
a very creative author with so much talent, highly recommended.
Five books in the series and everyone has you hanging for more
Stonewylde..... There's no escape
Offline lyndawrites Reading The Twopenny-Hat Detective by Brian Sellars
10 Dec 2012, 04:03 AM | Post: #15

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RE: Book suggestions please.

Hi, Tresa,

I'll second (or is it third, now?) Katie Stewart's Dragon Box. The best kid's book I've read all year.

Your son might also like my Chamaeleon series (links in my signnature) which are written for the 10-13 age group. The third in the series (Chamaeleon: The Time Walker) is due out next spring.
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RE: Book suggestions please.

Thanks for all the suggestions, so far. Keep them coming. I took your advice Joo and nabbed Dragon Box while it was free (Yes, I know, cheapskate mother!) especially after the comments here.

I will look through all the others later. Thanks again for all your help. Smile

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