freddy the pig books: a must read series for kids

December 18, 2007 at 9:02 pm Leave a comment

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freddy.jpgHave you seen the Freddy the Pig books written by Walter Brooks? Have you even heard of them? They’re hilarious. Long out of print, they have recently been republished. My boys love Freddy because he writes silly poems and has many disguises. They’ve read all the books in our library system and the couple that we have at home are all worn out from being read so much. The reading level is about age 8-12, but even my husband enjoys them.

For everything Freddy including a newsletter, illustrations from the books, a fan club and a whole lot more, go to the Freddy the Pig’s home pen.

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Entry filed under: book reviews, books, homeschooling, kids.

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