If you still need ideas - my 10 year old daughter is into the "Warrior" book series these days. Author is Erin Hunter, and they are about a clan of cats. Each time my daughter gets toward the end of one book, she lets me know the title of the next so I can get it from the library.
She is also requesting jewelry this year. Mood rings, charm bracelets and such. Not so much into toys, dolls anymore. She asked for a game called Pictionary Man. Not sure what it is, my brother in law got it for her - so we'll see in a few weeks.
Edited by: STACI_HEREFORME at: 12/1/2010 (16:27)
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LOL, funny that our 9/10 year olds all want the Diary of a Wimpy Kid! That and craft ideas are what I am doing. Miss also LOVES making meals from easy recipes, so if you can find a cool recipe book (Hannah Montanah did one for Scholastic)
You are doing a great thing:)
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I just went thru my 10 year old daughter's list...here are some ideas: Any Whimpy Kid book (there is a series of 4, the last one came out a few weeks ago). American Girl books, The Sisters Grimm series. And you cannot go wrong with arts and crafts.
If you go to Barnes & Noble the kids sections have books by ages, so that may help. I know the books like Diary of a Whimpy Kid are very popular. Try this Barnes & Noble site out and see if it can at least help give you ideas. Good luck and you are very kind to help her.
My gym does this thing every year where they encourage members to pick a name of a less fortunate child off a tree and buy them Christmas gifts. I have a 10 year old girl who wants books and games, and I don't know what to get for her. Any suggestions would be great!
Thank you all!
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