Mark of The Thief. Jennifer A. Nielsen. 2015. Scholastic. 352 pages. [Source: Review copy]
The Hired Girl. Laura Amy Schlitz. 2015. Candlewick. 400 pages. [Source: Review copy]
Arthur, For The Very First Time. Patricia MacLachlan. Illustrated by
Lloyd Bloom. 1980/2002. HarperCollins. 128 pages. [Source: Library]
Electrical Wizard: How Nikola Tesla Lit Up the World. Elizabeth Rusch.
Illustrated by Oliver Dominguez. 2013/2015. Candlewick. 40 pages.
[Source: Review copy]
Whittington. Alan Armstrong. 2005. Random House. 208 pages. [Source: Library]
Pizza Pat. Rita Golden Gelman. Illustrated by Will Terry. (A Bright
& Early Book) 1999. Random House. 32 pages. [Source: Bought]
Oh, The Thinks You Can Think. Dr. Seuss. 1975. Random House. 41 pages. [Source: Library]
Criss Cross. Lynne Rae Perkins. 2005. 337 pages. [Source: Library]
The Memory Weaver. Jane Kirkpatrick. 2015. Revell. 352 pages. [Source: Review copy]
Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts. Douglas Bond. 2013. Reformation Trust. 163 pages. [Source: Borrowed]
Exalting Jesus in Galatians (Christ-Centered Exposition) David Platt and Tony Merida. 2014. B&H. 288 pages. [Source: Bought]
This week's recommendation(s):
I enjoyed Mark of the Thief and it's oh-so-easy to recommend. I also enjoyed The Hired Girl, but not wholeheartedly from cover to cover. So few books are absolutely perfectly perfect cover to cover though.
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