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What are the best books for primary school children?

Here are some of out favourite books for kids aged 7-11:
  • Care of Henry by Anne Fine
  • Horrid Henry by Francesca Simon
  • Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl
  • The Finger Eater by Dick King Smith
  • Thomas and the thinners by Jill Paton Walsh
  • Albert the Magician by Leon Mc Auley
  • Cows are Vegetarians by Siobhan Parkinson
  • The Fight for Plover Hill by Eilis Dillon
  • Worst Witch by Jill Murphy
  • Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White
  • Rover Saves Christmas by Roddy Doyle
  • The Ghost behind the Wall by Melvin Burgess
  • The Demon Headmaster by Gillian Cross
  • Bills New Frock by Anne Fine

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Here are some of out favourite books for kids aged 7-11
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