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buckytom 01-07-2012 11:32 PM

not yet. we're going skating with the cub scouts tomorrow, then off to pick up his skis from the shop, so we'll look for a book store in town near the ski shop.

can you recommend one, especially if it's kid oriented?

PrincessFiona60 01-07-2012 11:45 PM

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Originally Posted by buckytom (Post 1093092)
not yet. we're going skating with the cub scouts tomorrow, then off to pick up his skis from the shop, so we'll look for a book store in town near the ski shop.

can you recommend one, especially if it's kid oriented?

There are so many, I haven't looked for a kids Dictionary for a long time and am not sure what is out there. I am fond of Merriam Webster, here is an Elementary Dictionary. I like the looks of it, make sure to take a look inside.
Amazon.com: Merriam-Webster's Elementary Dictionary (9780877796756): Merriam-Webster: Books

buckytom 01-07-2012 11:57 PM

thank you.

i'll look for some to suggest, but i think he wants some big, scary, gothic looking tome. :smile:

afterall, it is THE dictionary.

PrincessFiona60 01-07-2012 11:58 PM

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Originally Posted by buckytom (Post 1093099)
thank you.

i'll look for some to suggest, but i think he wants some big, scary, gothic looking tome. :smile:

afterall, it is THE dictionary.


LOL! At least it will last him a lifetime! Make sure the one you buy has his new words in it!


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