There have been several new challenges announced in the past few weeks that are tempting to me. Among them, the "I'm Mad for Maisie" read-a-long at Book Club Girl and Red Headed Book Child's A-Z Mystery Author Challenge. And I just discovered the Wordsworth Classics Reading Challenge.
What I've Reviewed:
Prom & Prejudice. Elizabeth Eulberg. 2011. [January 2011] Scholastic. 288 pages.
The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen by Syrie James. 2007. HarperCollins. 352 pages.
What Happens in London. Julia Quinn. 2009. HarperCollins. 384 pages.
Ten Things I Love About You. Julia Quinn. 2010. HarperCollins. 384 pages.
Death of a Gossip. A Hamish Macbeth Murder Mystery. M.C. Beaton. 1985/2008. Robinson. 210 pages.
Your Baby Is Speaking To You: A Visual Guide to the Amazing Behaviors of Your Newborn and Growing Baby. Dr. Kevin Nugent. Photographs by Abelardo Morell. 2011. January 2011. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 106 pages.
Rags and Riches: Kids in the Time of Charles Dickens. Magic Tree House Research Guide #22. Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce. 2010. Random House. 128 pages.
Turkey Day (School Reader Level 1) Grace Maccarone. Illustrated by John Manders. 2010. Scholastic. 32 pages.
There's A Mouse in the House! (School Reader Level 1). Wendy Cheyette Lewison. Illustrated by Hans Wilhelm. 2010. Scholastic. 32 pages.
Who Wears Glasses? (School Reader Level One) Ana Galan. Illustrated by Sebastian Burnett. 2010. Scholastic. 32 pages.
A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time. Mary Pope Osborne. Illustrated by Sal Murdocca. 2010. Random House. 128 pages.
Horrid Henry and the Abominable Snowman. Francesca Simon. Illustrated by Tony Ross. 2010. Sourcebooks. 112 pages.
The Emperor's Code. (The 39 Clues #8). Gordon Korman. 2010. Scholastic. 176 pages.
The Christmas Giant. Steve Light. 2010. Candlewick. 32 pages.
Baby Nose to Baby Toes. Vicky Ceelen. 2009. Random House. 24 pages.
The Scorch Trials. James Dashner. 2010. Random House. 368 pages.
My Fair Godmother. Janette Rallison. 2009. Walker. 320 pages.
Rot and Ruin. Jonathan Maberry. 2010. Simon & Schuster. 458 pages.
The Passage. Justin Cronin. 2010. Random House. 766 pages.
Captivate. Carrie Jones. 2010. Bloomsbury. 276 pages.
© Becky Laney of Becky's Book Reviews