Sunday, August 08, 2010

Sunday Salon: Reading, Read, To Read #32

Happy Sunday!

What I've Reviewed This Week:

A Tale Dark and Grimm. Adam Gidwitz. 2010. November 2010. Penguin. 192 pages.
Leaving Gee's Bend. Irene Latham. 2010. Penguin. 240 pages.
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda. Tom Angleberger. 2010. Harry N. Abrams. 141 pages.
Kiss of Life. Daniel Waters. 2009. Hyperion. 416 pages.
Glimpse. Carol Lynch Williams. 2010. June 2010. Simon & Schuster. 496 pages.
Passing Strange (Generation Dead #3). Daniel Waters. Hyperion. 400 pages.
The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment. Tim Challies. 2007. Crossway Publishers. 208 pages.
The Convenient Marriage. By Georgette Heyer. (1934) Read by Richard Armitage. 2010. August 2010. Naxos Audiobooks. 5 hrs. 6 minutes.
Baby's Book Tower. By Leslie Patricelli. 2010. August 2010. Candlewick. 96 pages.
Count My Kisses, Little One. Ruthie May. Illustrated by Tamsin Ainslie. 2010. August 2010. Scholastic. 24 pages.
Five Little Ducks. Beth Harwood. Illustrated by Emma Dodd. 2008. Amazing Baby. 10 pages.
Time for Bed. Mem Fox. Illustrated by Jane Dyer. 1993/2010. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 28 pages.
Dog Loves Books. Louise Yates. 2010. July 2010. Random House. 32 pages.
Too Pickley! By Jean Reidy. Illustrated by Genevieve Leloup. 2010. July 2010. Bloomsbury. 32 pages.
In Too Deep (The 39 Clues #6) Jude Watson. 2009. Scholastic. 206 pages.

Currently Reading:

Emma and the Vampires by Wayne Josephson. 2010. Sourcebooks. 304 pages.

Masquerade by Nancy Moser. 2010. Bethany House. 368 pages.

What I Hope To Begin/Finish Soon:

The Half-Life of Planets. Emily Franklin and Brendan Halpin. 2010. Hyperion. 256 pages.

© Becky Laney of Becky's Book Reviews


Steph said...

You put me to shame with how much you review! Great job, Becky!!!

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

I'm amazed at how many books you read, Becky!

My Sunday Salon:

Julie P said...

The sheer number of books you read each week never fails to amaze me! Very impressive indeed.....

Eden the StorySnoop said...

I'm just about to start The Half Life of Planets too--I'll check back to see what you thought. My write up should be up next week.