Reading List Summary, June

Family List
Brown Rabbit in the City (Natalie Russell)
Buzz (Eileen Spinelli)
Horace and Morris Join the Chorus (but what about Dolores?) (James Howe)
Farm Flu (Teresa Bateman)
Zinnia's Flower Garden (Monica Wellington)
How Do We Live Together? Raccoons (Lucia Raatma)
It Could Still Be a Robot (Allan Fowler)
Turtle Splash, Countdown at the Pond (Cathryn Falwell)
That's Not Funny! (Jeanne Willis)
I Love My Dad (Anna Walker)
Rescue Bunnies (Doreen Cronin)
I Love My Mom (Anna Walker)
Swim! Swim! (Lerch)
Banana! (Ed Verde)
Adventure Annie Goes To Kindergarten (Toni Buzzeo)
I'm Not (Pam Smallcomb)
Oh, Daddy! (Bob Shea)
Mr. Popper's Penguins (Richard & Florence Atwater)
Amanda & Her Alligator! (Mo Willems)
Mr. Elephanter (Lark Pien)
A Is for Salad (Mike Lester)
Olivia and the Missing Toy (Ian Falconer)
The Quiet Book (Deborah Underwood)

Jack's List
A to Z Mysteries: The Unwilling Umpire (Ron Roy)
The Boxcar Children: The Mystery on the Train (Gertrude Chandler Warner)
A to Z Mysteries: The Jaguar's Jewel (Ron Roy)
The Boxcar Children: The Mystery of the Stolen Sword (Gertrude Chandler Warner)
Happy Birthday Bad Kitty (Nick Bruel)
Looking Closely in the Rainforest (Frank Serafini)
The Boxcar Children: Blue Bay Mystery (Gertrude Chandler Warner)

Mom's List
The Night Bookmobile (Audrey Niffenegger) 
The Wilder Life: My Adventures in the Lost World of Little House on the Prairie (Wendy McClure) 
The Girl Who Threw Butterflies (Mick Cochrane) 
One Day (David Nicholls) 
Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk (David Sedaris)
Flesh Wounds (Mick Cochrane)
Do You Like to Read a Little? said...

My current reading includes an Accounting textbook and a gaming strategy book. Yours list is slightly cooler.

nora said...

I love your reading list! Fantastic. I'm tempted now to post ours - if I can hunt them all down. How do you keep track with library books (do you?)

Cathryn Falwell said...

So happy to see my book "Turtle Splash!" on your list!
I went to school, from kindergarten until half-way through 3rd grade--in Milwaukee. Now live in Maine.
Happy Reading!

AEK said...

David Sedaris is the bomb! We saw him speak once in Milwaukee. It was shortly after 9/11 or so and he kept asking people if they were a patriot. Have you seen him speak?
Also, that is too cool that an author commented on your blog! You rock.

Karri said...

Did you like One Day??
Have you read Sarah's Key? I am reading Room. Holy moly. Have you read yet??
Did you like The Night Bookmobile? I loved Time Traveler's Wife, so when I read Her Fearful Symmetry, I was so disappointed.

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