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12 December 2011

Its Monday! What are you Reading? From picture books to YA

Its Monday!  What are you reading? From picture books to YA is a new weekly meme inspired by the Its Monday! What are you reading? posts by Sheila @ Book Journeys but adapted by Jennifer and Kellee of Teach Mentor Texts to really focus on children's to YA books. 

Here is a recap of what I've posted this past week:
*A review of Mr. Putter and Tabby Ring the Bell (a Cybils nominee)
*A Seasons Readings review of Once There Was a Christmas Tree
*Top 10 Tuesday post of my Top 10 favorite childhood books
*A Seasons Readings review of Santa Claus is Comin' to Town
*A review of A Green, Green Garden (a Cybils nominee)
*A Seasons Readings review of Santa Cows
*A review of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
*A Seasons Readings Review of Merry Christmas Amelia Bedelia
*YA Scavenger Hunt question
*A Seasons Readings review of The Legend of the Candy Cane
*I cast my Friday Night Mental Movie of Merry Christmas Amelia Bedelia
*This week on pinterest!
*A Seasons Readings review of Pinata in a Pine Tree
*In My Mailbox
*A Seasons Readings review of The Gift of the Magi

This coming week (I don't have much planned out---yipes!  I know what I'm doing tonight when I get home!):
*A Seasons Readings review for every night this week! 
            *Tonights is The Virgin of Guadalupe
            *I'm hoping to have one tomorrow about St. Lucia's Day
             (I don't have one in mind for Wednesday or Thursday yet, or Saturday and Sunday!)
            *Friday, The Night of Las Posadas
*I don't have a Top 10 Tuesday written up ( I don't think I liked the question or something....)
*Friday Night Mental Movie
*This week on pinterest
*In My Mailbox

I also started and finished Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare...loved it!  Will hopefully have a review to come this week, too.

*Seasons Readings is a holiday book challenge that I'm hosting.  I'm trying to read and review a different Chrsitmas or winter holiday book every day in the month of December (if you'd like to join, there is a little linky for your review!)  Click above for more info!

2 comments:

  1. I'm currently reading Wildefire by Karsten Knight and really like it!!! wow I couldn't plan my reads even if my life depended on it!

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  2. I think you are so awesome for reading a holiday book every day in December - and reviewing them! I would seriously need to plan that out ahead of time. I just read Alison Jay's version of The Nutcracker with J last night and it's beautiful. I'm excited to read it with kids this week.

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