Tuesday, May 31, 2016

What I Hope to Read This Summer

Here's what I'm planning to read this summer:


 







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20 comments:

  1. There's a couple here I could read for Paris in July :)

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    1. Yes, I'm really, really trying to hold off on Pancakes and Nanette!

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  2. Great list! The Summer Before the War looks like the perfect historical fiction title to read during the summer, I hope to check it out at some point :)

    My TTT

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    1. Summer Before the War is perfect for summer. Very gentle story, yet with enough kick to keep you reading.

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  3. Lots of goodies there. Pancakes in Paris appeals. I googled that and found an old kids book called Pancakes-Paris, it is particularly difficult to find and I suspect long out of print, but I long to find it now.

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    1. If I'd been born in Paris (as I should have been), I'd have read all the old children's books from Paris.

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  4. Huh I have not heard of any of these titles but some look fun and that is key in a summer read!

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  5. Sounds like great summer books. I hope you enjoy them. :)
    Thanks for sharing, and for stopping by my TTT earlier.

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  6. I did not know there was a new Telgemeier graphic novel coming out! My students will be so pleased.

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    1. Yes. I got it and a very cute Raina book bag at the library conference.

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  7. sounds like a great plan! enjoy! I will probably post mine on June 2 or 3

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    1. I hope to see your plan for summer reading.

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  8. What is laughable about this list is I know you will read triple or quadruple numbers of books to those you've listed. I am going to try to be very precious with my list this year and dump any clunkers that come along before I invest too much time on them.

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    1. Of course you are right....I've already finished two of these!

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  9. These look like a good variety of fun summer reads - enjoy!

    Reading With Jade

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  10. Great picks for this week! They sound interesting and there's definitely a couple I'll be adding to my to-read list! :D

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  11. My daughter will want to read Ghosts for sure.

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