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Old 12-03-2007, 02:07 AM
 
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I showed this to hubby and he seemed very excited about it!! Thanks for posting the link!



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Grayson's is getting this for Christmas.
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My BIL is getting this, too.

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I just bought it for my boys (the Girls one that is -- we already had the boys) DS was dubious at first, but once he actually started reading it he was interested (14 versions of tag!!)
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If we ever get this book (which I think we will when the kids are older, I've read a lot about it), I'm sure that my daughter will love it, too. And I'll just tell her, "A dad of boys wrote this book about all the things he loved doing as a kid and loves doing with his boys. Isn't it great that girls can love these things too?"
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My brothers got "Dangerous Book for Boys" last christmas, and I read it cover to cover in about a week! Although I definitely wouldn't call myself a tomboy I love that book and my brothers and sisters plan on doing a lot of the activities together. I'm excited to hear that there is a "Daring Book for Girls." I'll probably buy it for me and my three sisters, but of course we'll share with our brothers like they share "Dangerous Book for Boys" with us. I also agree with prior poster that said it really is a "Dangerous Book FOR Boys!"

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