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It depends on your child's maturity level, but Azumanga Daioh is pretty great for all age groups.
It depends on your child's maturity level, but Azumanga Daioh is pretty great for all age groups.She has readYotsuba&!but I'm not sure if she is ready for Azumanga Daioh yet.
She has no problem reading subtitles. She watched the entireCardcaptor Sakuraseries via Netflix and most of them were subtitled only.
We have the Hamtaros. In fact we have a draw full of the eraser sized Hamtaro figures and some of the hard plastic play sets.I'll have to rent the Azumanga Daioh DVDs and pre-watch them. I did see the Omnibus manga at Borders for $25.
Hare and Guu is very silly.
I like Kodocha. It's pretty tame (although the child-star main character always says the word "pimp" when referring to her manager and everyone is like "THAT'S NOT THE RIGHT WORD! DON'T SAY THAT!") It has the kind of wacky humor that I appreciated as a 9 year old. Check out the opening on Youtube.
Ojamajo Doremi if you can find fansubs.
How about Animals that Suck?
Legend of the Over
Magic User's Club
She has no problem reading subtitles.