Would like to know what other parents are buying for their kids as far as good 'learning' books go? I just bought my 6 & 9 year olds a new book and they loved it, called: Kidpreneurs - Young Entrepreneurs with Big Ideas. I'm looking for more books along these lines.

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It's a slightly different question but check out http://moms4mom.com/questions/101/favorite-books-for-babies-and-toddlers

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I am not sure whether you can classify this as a learning range but I plan to give my daughter Nicholas range of story books by Rene Goscinny when she is older. (around 8-9).

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We like Earth Story and Life Story - they explain the Big Bang and Evolution respectively clearly and at a young child's level. I think we first got them when our eldest was four years old.

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