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comment What should I be aware of when introducing 7-8 year old to Harry Potter book?
You say you think the books are intended for a slightly older age, but it is my firm conviction that children will want to read about kids slightly senior to them.
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comment What should I be aware of when introducing 7-8 year old to Harry Potter book?
Also, on point 4, while Harry is indeed rich, his close friend Ron's family, the Weasley family, is actually a bit poor. This contrast and the issues it causes are dealt with in the books.
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comment What should I be aware of when introducing 7-8 year old to Harry Potter book?
I disagree with point 5. It sure looks like it in the first book, but as we move along (beware: spoilers!), we find out Snape is reluctantly good, while still mean. The Marauders are revealed to have been bullying jocks at times, and even Dumbledore is shown as having made bad decisions because he puts his personal desires ahead of what was right.
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comment How should I respond to a child asking to have as much spending money as her friends do?
Not everyone thinks this book is a great resource; see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rich_Dad_Poor_Dad#Criticism
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comment My son wants to bring a present to a birthday party where “no presents” was specified on the invitation
@Beofett that sounds bizarre indeed. I can think of several reasons for that, but none of them make sense nor should they be discussed here. Just mention me in chat if you feel like it.