Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sunday Salon: Reading, Read, To Read #38

Happy Sunday! If you like Sesame Street and you like libraries, you should definitely visit this little post at Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and Books.

What I've Reviewed This Week:

The Disappeared. Kim Echlin. 2009. Grove/Atlantic. 224 pages.
Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood Up By Sitting Down. Andrea Davis Pinkney. Illustrated by Brian Pinkney. 2010. February 2010. Little, Brown. 40 pages.
The War to End All Wars: World War I. Russell Freedman. 2010. August 2010. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 192 pages.
Switching on the Moon. A Very First Book of Bedtime Poems. Collected by Jane Yolen and Andrew Fusek Peters. Illustrated by G. Brian Karas. 2010. September 2010. Candlewick Press. 96 pages.
Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature's Survivors. Joyce Sidman. Illustrated by Beckie Prange. 2010. April 2010. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 40 pages.
Elephants Cannot Dance! (An Elephant & Piggie Book). Mo Willems. 2009. Hyperion. 64 pages.
Can and I Play Too? Mo Willems. 2010. Hyperion. 57 pages.
Love That Kitty: The Story of a Boy Who Wanted to Be A Cat. Jeff Jarka. 2010. Henry Holt. 32 pages.
Sleepy, Oh So Sleepy by Denise Fleming. 2010. August 2010. Henry Holt. 32 pages.
A Pirate's Guide to First Grade. By James Preller. Illustrated by Greg Ruth. Feiwel and Friends. 48 pages.
More Than Words by Judith Miller. 2010. Bethany House. 368 pages.

Coming Soon:

Ninth Ward. Jewell Parker Rhodes. 2010. August 2010. Little, Brown. 217 pages.

Sir Charlie: Chaplin, the Funniest Man in the World by Sid Fleischman. 2010. June 2010. HarperCollins. 268 pages.

In Every Heartbeat. Kim Vogel Sawyer. 2010. September 2010. Bethany House. 352 pages.

Currently Reading:

Bleak House. Charles Dickens. 1852-1853. 912 pages.

The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins. 1868. 544 pages.

Reckless by Cornelia Funke. 2010. Little, Brown. 394 pages.

The Knife of Never Letting Go. Patrick Ness. 2008. Candlewick Press. 496 pages.

Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. Alan Bradley. 2009. Doubleday Canada. 304 pages.

Fallen. Lauren Kate. 2009. Random House. 464 pages.

The Stories of Ray Bradbury. Introduction by Christopher Buckley. 2010. April 2010. Knopf, Doubleday. 1112 pages.

© Becky Laney of Becky's Book Reviews


Heidenkind said...

Thanks for the linkage, Becky! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)

In Every Heartbeat looks like it might be a good book...

Julie P said...

That is a lot of books to be reading at one time! I honestly don't know how you do it!

Kate Scott said...

Wow, I had no idea Cornelia Funke came out with a new novel this year! I'll have to check this out!

ana said...

what a great site, really useful and you so clearly love reading and sharing this love. great!

DesLily said...

ohhh i just got Reckless from Amazon! I am looking forward to the book since I loved the inkheart books so much!