Magic or Real Life stories

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Chirlerona
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Magic or Real Life stories

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Do your children prefer magical stories (fairies, wizards, unicorn, trolls you name it!) , or real life stories (school life, adventures with friends, etc)?

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I have four children my girls are more into fantasy and ny boys more into life stuff cars etc

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My girl reads both, I think she likes fantasy and magic stories a lot, but believes that reading the life stories is more cool 8)

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The girl prefers magic and fairytales while the boy appreciates both classes.

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I try to read both to my kids but of course they prefer fantasy right now as they are still young.

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I have no children, but as a child I started out with more fantasy related things, and it branched out to all genres of children's fiction. A love of reading is translatable!

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