Sunday, October 11, 2009

Sunday Salon: Reading, Read, To Read #41

Happy Sunday everyone! I *really* need to start planning for the 24 Hour Read-a-thon. I'd love to get a happy little post (do you think it will be a *little* post?) about which books I want to read for the read-a-thon.

Dewey's 24 Hour Read-a-thon is coming up soon. October 24th. Will you be participating?

Nominations are open for the Cybils. They'll remain open through October 15th.

What I read in a previous week, but reviewed this week:

Sunny Holiday by Coleen Murtagh Paratore. 2009. Scholastic. 160 pages.
(Re)Cycler by Lauren McLaughlin. 2009. Random House. 273 pages.
A Killing Frost by John Marsden. 1995. Houghton Mifflin. 275 pages.
Vampire Kisses: The Beginning. Ellen Schreiber. 2003. 2005. 2006. HarperCollins. 562 pages.
Almost Perfect. Brian Katcher. 2009. Random House. 360 pages.
The Jewish Husband by Lia Levi. 2009 (date of the translation) 2001 (original publication). Europa. 209 pages.
Lips Touch Three Times. Laini Taylor. Illustrations by Jim Di Bartolo. Scholastic. 272 pages.

What I read this past week and reviewed:

A Walk Down Sesame Street. 2009. Candlewick Press (Pop-Up/Novelty.) 16 pages.
Baby Polar by Yannick Murphy. 2009. Clarion Books.
Creature ABC by Andrew Zuckerman. 2009. Chronicle Books.
Alvin Ho: Allergic to Girls, School, and Other Scary Things. Lenore Look. Random House. 2008. 172 pages.
Alvin Ho: Allergic to Camping, Hiking, and Other Natural Disasters. Lenore Look. 2009. Random House. 170 pages.
The Tudor Rose: A Novel of Elizabeth of York. Margaret Campbell Barnes. Sourcebooks. 336 pages.
Though Waters Roar. Lynn Austin. 2009. Bethany House. 430 pages.
The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. (Audio Dramatization) Focus on the Family. 2009.
A Measure of Mercy by Lauraine Snelling. 2009. Bethany House. 367 pages.
Princess Tea: Parties and Treats for Little Girls. 2009. Janeen A. Sarlin with Noelle Shipley. Chronicle Books. 120 pages.
Paula Deen's Cookbook for the Lunch-Box Set. Paula Deen. 2009. Simon & Schuster. 192 pages.

What I read this past week and haven't reviewed yet:

Jemma Hartman: Camper Extraordinaire. Brenda A. Ferber. 2009. FSG. 215 pages.
Emily's Ghost. Denise Giardina. 2009. W.W. Norton & Company. 335 pages.
Love, Aubrey by Suzanne LaFleur. 2009. Random House. 262 pages.
The Sisters 8: Annie's Adventures. 2008. Houghton Mifflin. 136 pages.

What I've read and really, really need to review:

Girl in the Arena. Lise Haines. 2009. Bloomsbury. 384 pages.

What I'm currently reading:

Umbrella Summer by Lisa Graff
Darkness Be My Friend by John Marsden
Girl in A Blue Dress by Gaynor Arnold

What I'm just fooling around that I'm reading:

A Thread of Grace by Mary Doria Russell
Dracula by Bram Stoker
The Monk by Matthew Lewis

What I've abandoned:

Graveyard for Lunatics by Ray Bradbury (started off promising, but began to lose interest)
Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck (not forever, I just ran out of time for the library book)
Monsters And The Curse of Frankenstein by Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler (probably not forever, I'm just not in the mood for this nonfiction title)
Putting the Amazing Back Into Grace by Michael Horton (not forever--it's a reread anyway--but I just need to pick this one up later and stop pretending it's even a mid-priority read.)
The Way We Live Now by Anthony Trollope (need to pick this one up again later--maybe in a week or two)
Going Bovine by Libba Bray (need to get back to this one, but not an immediate, immediate priority)

© Becky Laney of Becky's Book Reviews


Anonymous said...

This is Imani is there a fourth Vladimir Tod book coming out or do you not know

Becky said...

I checked with Amazon and saw that you can even pre-order it. It's Eleventh Grade Burns.