#IMWAYR


It's been a few weeks since I've joined in on this weekly meme. Suffice it to say that there was an accident involving a knife, my foot, and resulted in a surgery and a clunky black boot that's my fashion accessory for four full weeks.

On to happier topics! You'd think that I would have read a ton of books, but I've had some concentration issues with the medication. Anyway, I have lots of fantastic picture books and a couple of middle/high school books as well.

WHAT I'VE BEEN READING:




What will I read this week? I'm really not sure! I have several that must be finished by the end of the month for my state YA committee. It's go time! Time to really get to reading!

Hope you have a great week filled with good books & time to read!

Oh, .... wear shoes in the kitchen!  :)


Comments

  1. I also read Journey this week and loved it. I am looking forward to reading Carnivores and The Very Inappropriate Word. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. So many lovely picture books here, how nice! I've read The Dark and Bluebird as well. Very beautiful books. I'm also excited to read Tom Angleberger's new book. :) Have a great reading week ahead of you!

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  3. Cannot wait to read Journey!! Take care with some rxr plus reading = healing... I'm wearing shoes in my kitchen because of you...

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  4. Oh! I see you really liked THE VERY INAPPROPRIATE WORD. There's an event for that book in Ann Arbor this week. I think I might have to go to that. :)

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  5. I just put myself on hold for Crankenstein. I made me think of Cranky Doodle! http://wp.me/zUn5

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  6. I was sort of disappointed with the Star Wars book. My Star Wars readers are VERY SERIOUS about SW, and I don't know that they would approve! Hope the foot is better. Perhaps you can Bedazzle the boot!

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  7. Yes, shoes in the kitchen is very excellent advice. Hope the downtime of recovery isn't driving you insane yet! You did get some really awesome picture book reading in, though, including some of my favorites, Scaredy Squirrel and The Dark. Jabba the Puppet will be the first title that I share as the Book Fairy with my daughter's fourth grade class. Origami Yoda fans will love the scheming!

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  8. Wow! What a great list of picture books. I am looking forward to Jedi Academy and Jabba. I hope your injury heals quickly!

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  9. Carnivores was surprisingly good. I just read it the other day. I'll need to check out The Very Inappropriate Word.

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  10. Whew! That's quite the list! Pinned was one of my "book gap" sports books a while back. I wasn't super excited by it. Lots of other GREAT ones!

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