Book Journey, Jen over at Teach Mentor Texts along with Kellee and Ricki at Unleashing Readers also host a kidlit version of It's Monday! What are You Reading?
My Monday posts are generally just a highlight of what I've been reading
during the week so if you'd like to see all that I've been reading,
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We've come to that point in the semester where I'm starting to get overwhelmed and that is clearly reflected in my reading for this week, which is pretty negligible.
I finished reading:
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
Just as special as the first time I read it.
Currently reading with my ears:
Anatomy of a Misfit by Andrea Portes
A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park
On my teaching blog I wrote:
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I loved Aristotle and Dante too, and A long Walk To Water is one classrooms should own, except for the youngest, I suppose. I looked up Anatomy of A Misfit-looks good, have bookmarked it! Thanks Beth, best wishes to you in finding a little more time for you!ReplyDelete
Overdrive had Anatomy as the Big Read pick this year. I was going to listen to it as well but got busy. Can't wait to hear your thoughts!ReplyDelete
Anatomy of a Misfit sounds interesting - perhaps as a book on tape, too.ReplyDelete
I've wanted to read/listen to A Long Walk to Water for quite some time now. I am looking forward to your thoughts about it. Have you read the hard copy?ReplyDelete
I just recently saw Anatomy of a Misfit. I'll be interested in seeing your thoughts!ReplyDelete
Aristotle and Dante is just one of those quiet, perfect books. I love it.ReplyDelete
Enjoy A Long Walk to Water. It is a book that makes me want to change the world. You should read The Milk of Birds if you like A Long Walk to Water.
Happy reading this week! :)
Aristotle and Dante is one that I read more than once and know I will revisit. I really enjoyed A Long Walk to Water. I wish you quality reading if you can't have quantity. :)ReplyDelete
I can imagine that Aristotle and Dante would be an amazing reread. Good luck in this busy time.ReplyDelete
I still need to read Aristotle and Dante. I started it but set it aside when other books grabbed my attention. I do love the cover!ReplyDelete
I definitely need to put Aristotle and Dante on my 2015 list....ReplyDelete
We just fell in love with Ari and Dante at GatheringBooks. All three of us ladies. We had a virtual Google Chat discussion because of this beautiful book. Saenz' Last Night I sang to the monster is also particularly powerful. Have a great reading week!ReplyDelete