Sunday, February 12, 2012

It's Monday! What are you reading?




 I’m joining Jen & Kellee (and many other bloggers) in discussing what we are reading this week. Join us! Go to their site and link up your own blog.

Welcome back my beloved picture books, I have missed you so. This week did end with several books being read – many great ones – but no #nerdbery or #nerdcott. I have several requested at the library, we’ll see when they all arrive.

Here’s what I read this week, favorites are indicated by an *

·      Wonder by R.J. Palacio * (This is amazing. I’m buying five copies when it comes out on Tuesday. No exaggeration.)
·      Looking for Alaska by John Green * (I now have a crush on John Green. The man is brilliant.)
·      Grandpa’s Tractor by Michael Garland
·      A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg
·      Desk Stories by Kevin O’Malley
·      The Day Tiger Rose Said Goodbye by Jane Yolen *
·      Fox and Hen Together by Beatrice Rodriguez
·      Smile, Lily by Candace Fleming
·      Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! By Candace Fleming
·      Clever Jack takes the Cake by Candace Fleming
·      Seven Hungry Babies by Candace Fleming
·      Brother Sun, Sister Moon by Katherine Paterson *
·      How the Dinosaur Got to the Museum by Jessie Hartland
·      Harry Houdini: The Legend of the World’s Greatest Escape Artist by Janice Weaver
·      Two Bobbies: A True Story of Hurricane Katrina, Friendship, and Survival by Kirby Larson *

This week I want to finish my current book:




And read this:



And whatever comes in from the library. Have a wonderful week!
Katherine

11 comments:

  1. I think I'm going to have to read more John Green, right? I did love the latest, & An Abundance of Katherines, so more to read, but when? I also want to read Wonder, & all those other good books. Anyway, thanks for telling about these-good list. I loved Kirby Larson's book Two Bobbies-such a great story. I have or have read a few of your others, will look up the others, Katherine. Thanks!

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  2. I have Wonder on my radar to order and read when it comes out, and have put John Green on my wish list as well to try.

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  3. I need to read Wonder but I am psychologically preparing myself since I need to be in the right place for a sad book.

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  4. Now I have to go figure out who John Green is...

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  5. Ack! There goes my vow to avoid buying more books until I read the ones I have now! *chuckles*

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  6. That is a never ending battle for me. :)

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  7. Good luck - I'm a bit obsessive so once I discovered he and his brother Hank's vlog (vlogbrothers on YouTube), several hours of my life disappeared. :)

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  8. It was sad but wonderful. The Fault in Our Stars was "sadder", if that makes sense.

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  9. Yay! Wonder and anything by John Green are great ways to spend your reading time.

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  10. I know! It's hard to find the time to read it all. Some of the picture books I read this week were ok at best. Better to find out when I borrow them from the library rather than buying them, though.

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  11. Yay John Green!!!!! I was pretty sure you would love him. Wait until you read The Fault In Our Stars! I say read everything else first and then TFiOS. It's amazing. I love him.

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