We read a few picture books this week, but nothing very memorable. I had planned a big library trip on Saturday–only to find that the library was CLOSED. So now we are on the dregs of our last library stash–a few random books left that nobody remembers now why we wanted to check out in the first place. But perhaps there will be some surprises.
I’ve read The Thief probably six or seven times now. This series is one of my very favorites. Jeff Woodman does a wonderful job narrating this series on audio. The Queen of Attolia is up next, and then The King of Attolia, my favorite of the series.
I have been in the middle of this book since shortly after it was published. I finally made a push this week to finish it. It made for an enjoyable bedtime read.
Sally Warner’s chapter book was a big hit with my two boys. They’re excited to read the rest of the series. And I love a book featuring black kids that isn’t about slavery or Civil Rights!
Maggie loaned me this very entertaining epistolary novel written by Kate Klise and delightfully illustrated by Sarah Klise. It’s really rare for anyone to pick out a book with me in mind, and I have to say, I loved it! (Probably because I’m usually the one loaning out the books.) Such fun! And there are more in the series! Will definitely be looking for more books by Klise. Thanks, Maggie!
What are you planning to read this week?