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    Default Chapter books for 6-7 year old

    My dear niece is 6, will be 7 in February. She is a good reader and SIL said she likes chapter books like Billy B Brown series (I have no idea what this is lol!)

    I need idea for a chapter series to start her on for Xmas or her 7th bday.

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    I have the opposite sex so only know about the 'boy' series.

    Hopefully others will reply with some great answers, but another way you could find out is to pop down or call your local library and ask what their most popular chapter books are for young girl readers.

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    EJ12 are popular. DD also loved clementine rose books. The faraway tree books are really fun (although I don't like the reprints)

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    If she's reading really well, I would recommend Matilda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    If she's reading really well, I would recommend Matilda.
    DD1 (who is 9) just read Matilda. It might be a bit mature in some of the concepts for that age? She was fine with it but I remember finding it confronting as a child (I was 6 I think when I read it).

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