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These are the books we have read for bedtime stories, rated on the following:

* Peril * Violence * Death * Character Development * Relationships * Behavior * Sex * Language * Consumerism * Drugs/Alcohol/Smoking * Positive Messages * Overall


* the_familiars trilogy by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson * the_girl_who_circumnavigated_fairyland_in_a_ship_of_her_own_making by Catherynne M. Valente

=Science Fiction=

=Realistic Fiction That E Likes (age 7)=

* Judy Moody * Clementine

=Other Useful Sites=

* http://www.doesthedogdie.com/ - lets viewers learn the fate of a movie pet without spoiling the rest of the film. The icons offer a quick way to find out what happens. You can click on the title of the film for an explanation which will only contain spoilers relevant to the fate of pets (and occasionally other animal characters) in the film. We don't give the Does the Dog Die treatment to every movie. The only reason we bother with the happy dog rating is for movies where it seems like a pet might get hurt or die but doesn't.

oldwiki/spoilerific_book_reviews_for_sensitive_kids.txt · Last modified: 2017/12/19 19:52 by admin

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