Children's books that will also engage adults

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Miss Fen W. Gamp

Miss Fen W. Gamp

15 November at 08:48

I love the theme title and the beautiful colours. This is a great section to visit

Chris Conrad

Chris Conrad

21 October at 00:10

I like what C.S. Lewis said, that a good book is one that you can enjoy as a child and again as an adult, for entirely different reasons.
My "Fisheye Files" (YA Christian mysteries) are good, clean, tightly woven stories for young readers...or just the young at heart.
I hope you like them too. :)

Prabhat Mohanty

Prabhat Mohanty

25 August at 12:17

This is a wonderful section. I know many adults who enjoy reading children comics. Perhaps that's why at a ripe age I decided to rediscover myself by writing children comic books.

Jan Hurst-Nicholson

Jan Hurst-Nicholson

17 July at 17:42

Leon Chameleon PI and the case of the missing canary eggs by Jan Hurst-Nicholson.

“At the age of nine I found the story easy to read and very funny too. My mother read it to my younger brother and laughed a lot as the author, she says, has written the book in a way that makes it funny for parents to read.”
Rebecca van Zyl (9) – Time Out, Daily News.

Simon Paul Woodward

Simon Paul Woodward

17 November at 22:11

'All The Dead Things' has been enjoyed by children, teens and adults (although it is thew adults that sometimes find it a little too scary!)

William Holley

William Holley

6 October at 06:39

I think my book 'Wychetts' fits this category perfectly. Although originally written with 9-12 year olds in mind I've found it also appeals to people of any age; anyone in fact who enjoys magical adventure with a liberal sprinkling of humour.

M.P. Jones

M.P. Jones

14 September at 18:56

Brilliant idea for a category! My book is aimed at kids, but the feedback I have had from parents and grandparents is that they really enjoyed it as well! Perhaps part of the success is because it doesn't try to dumb things down and includes lots of interesting facts that appeal to everybody..

Jaime Buckley

Jaime Buckley

31 August at 00:23

I love the category. The iAuthor team is very talented, I'm learning =)
Prelude to a Hero was written for kids...but I have parents quoting passages of the book (and the other books in the series) to one another! Go figure. Not complaining....but it goes to show that readers have a WIDE RANGE of tastes. =)

Simon O-Corra

Simon O-Corra

9 July at 15:56

Bandar, a book set at the Pushkar Camel Fair in India and dealing with conflict and reconciliation on the personal level.

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