Anyone who knows Little-N will know how he and his books are inseparable. He reads so much, almost too much. He will read when he wakes up, read when he goes to bed, read when eating, read when walking and any other opportunity. Once he was asked if he would like to try a friends trampoline, he got on and stood there reading all the warnings and notices, he didn't even try and jump!! He really makes me laugh. He has a huge selection of fiction and fact books, and he will happily read both. He has that balanced just right.
In the fiction section so far he has read most of Roald Dahl's books, all of the Chronicles of Narnia, the complete series of Little Nose, many animal tales and other library books. However I am finding it so difficult to find literature that I am happy with him reading. I want him to read stories with meanings, morals and something beneficial. I recently bought him a series of books by Michael Morpurgo however after getting a friend to proof read them I have decided not to give the books to Little-N. The stories are well written but don't convey they same morals or benefits that I would like become part of Little-N. Roald Dahl's literature is well written, however I was not happy with some of the language or ideas that came across from them. I have been searching everywhere for good books that I can happily give to Little-N to read without worrying. If you know of a good story or series of the books, please leave a comment and let me know, you'll make Little-N very happy!!!