Reading List Summary, May

Family List
Easter in Harwick
From Seed to Dandelion (Jan Kottke)
Giant Pandas (Lyn A. Sirota)
Martha Doesn't Share! (Samantha Berger)
Oceans and Seas (Stephen Savage)
What Can You Do with Money? (Jennifer S. Larson)
My Friend Has Dyslexia (Amanda Doering Tourville)
Mosquitoes (Christine Webster)
Pierre the Penguin: A True Story (Jean Marzollo)
It Could Still Be a Flower (Allan Fowler)
You Are What You Eat and Other Mealtime Hazards (Serge Bloch)
Water Safety (Dana Meachen Rau)
Bob the Alien Discovers the Dewey Decimal System (Sandy Donovan)
The Goodnight Train (June Sobel)
People in My Community: Veterinarian (JoAnn Early Macken)
Albert's Gift for Grandmother (Barbara Williams)
A Grand Old Tree (Mary Newell DePalma)
Of Thee I Sing (Barack Obama)
Meeow and the Big Box (Sebastien Braun)
Kittens! Kittens! Kittens! (Susan Meyers)
Wisconsin (Lisa Trumbauer)
Madeline (Ludwig Bemelmans)
Happy Dog (Lisa Grubb)
Trouble in the Barkers' Class (Tomie DePaola)
Puerto Rico (Elizabeth Zapata)
The Ugly Duckling (Sebastien Braun)
I Love Cats (Sue Stainton)
Helen Keller (Sean Dolan)
I Am a T. Rex! (Dinosaur Train)
Miss Lina's Ballerinas (Grace Maccarone)
Laura Ingalls Wilder (Wil Mara)
The Growing-Up Feet (Beverly Cleary)
The Story Blanket (Ferida Wolff)
Giraffes Can't Dance (Giles Andreae)

Jack's List
(clearly its baseball and soccer season)
A to Z Mysteries: The Kidnapped King (Ron Roy) 

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Roald Dahl)

Mom's List
Lips Unsealed (Belinda Carlisle)
Celebrity Detox (Rosie O'Donnell)
Townie (Andre Dubus III)
southern daze said...

How was the Belinda Carlisle book?

AEK said...

How is Townie?

heather said...

Belinda's book was okay, but not an awesome read by any means. Interesting, but I probably wouldn't recommend it.

Townie was really good! Never read Dubus' fiction but really loved learning of how he came to writing and how it transformed him (or how he realized writing was what he needed to do). Also, interesting look at violence (which explains why it is not my normal read). I would definitely recommend it!

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