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This week, I posted:
-To Be Read 2015– Also My Must Read in 2015
-Cybils– The lessons I learned
-My Cybils Shortlist– Reviews for 10 middle grade novels that made an impact on me in 2014.
I’ve been posting everyday since December 24th!
Super adorable story about a boy and his bear. When you literally outgrow your friend will things change much? Where do you go from there?
Many of our customers love this book so I wanted to finally see what it was about. A wonderful book about individuality and letting your house be an extension of who you are.
I loved their collaboration, The Library, so it was kind of odd I haven’t read this. A story told through letters about a little girl who loves to garden and her uncle who loves to bake. A very special book.
Another easy-to-love book, this time about manners. Mr. Panda is offering free donuts but not actually giving them away. Why? And, who will say the magic words to get him to share?
A beloved classic. The illustrations were definitely the strong suit of this picture book. The actual execution fell short of the idea it was going for.
In this fun imagining, the author tackles what Albie’s First Word may have been- and what it took to get the bushy haired genius to finally speak after three years. The illustrations are delightful!
Expect reviews for these books during Wednesday’s Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge post:
*= It was OK
**= Liked it
****= Highly Recommended
I’m reading the following:
-Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life by Karen Armstrong
-The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie
-Guys Read: True Stories Edited by Jon Scieszka
What are you reading?