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The Indian in the Cupboard is one of those rare books that is equally appealing to children and adults. The story of Omri and the Indian, Little Bear, is replete with subtle reminders of the responsibilities that accompany friendship and love. For kids, it's a great yarn; for most parents, it's also a reminder that Omri's wrenching decision to send his toy back to its own world is not so different from the recognition of their children's emerging independence.
The Indian in the Cupboard is also available in Spanish (La Llave Magica.) (The publisher recommends this book for children ages 9-12, although younger kids will enjoy hearing it read aloud.) --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
We end another book with this one. The girls (11, 8, & 5) loved it. We all know it's a good book when it invokes an emotion form the group of us, and this book did. Read morePublished 20 days ago by ryanerickson
Wasn't sure if this was a children's story or not, but I had to keep reading to see what happened to he Indian.Published 23 days ago by B. Anderson
My nine year old liked this summer reading book because it had a lot of adventure. We highly recommend itPublished 25 days ago by Kristen Palmer
This book had lots of adventure and sadness that's why I chose it to read for the summer! I loved it! That's why I'm going to read The return of the Indian!Published 29 days ago by SuND0Wn32
So the cupboard and other words of the fruit and vegetable oils are not allowed contact with your friends and other hand over to the fruit is Dr Congo's first of fish and wildlife... Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Vonder
I'm 10 and think it's a great book when your reading it you can't stop throughout the entire book you wounded what will happen nextPublished 1 month ago by mason peters