Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The Second Section of the Book List--

To continue on with my attempt of reading 500 books to my boys this school year. I have put together my list that I am reading this week for everyone. Here you go--

18. Rhinos Who Skateboard by Julie Mammano
19. Dumpy To The Rescue by Julie Andrews Edwards
20. Dumpy's Apple Shop by Julie Andrews Edwards
21. Zen Shorts by Jon J. Muth
22. The End by David LaRochelle
23. Here Come The Pirates! by Martina LeyKamm
24. Shiver Me Letters--A Pirate ABC by June Sobel
25. Fix-It Duck by Jez Alborough
26. Winter is the Warmest Season by Lauren Stringer
27. The Biggest Frog in Australia by Susan Roth
28. Miss Mouse Takes Off by Jan Ormerod
29. Trouble at the Dinosaur Cafe by Brian Moses
30. Elusive Moose by Joan Gannij
31. Below by Nina Crews
32. A Treasure at Sea for Dragon and Me by Jean Pendziwol
33. Pancakes for Supper by Anne Issacs
34. Actual Size by Steve Jenkins
35. Letters From A Desperate Dog by Eileen Christelow
36. Wild About Books by Judy Sierra

I hope that everyone enjoys the new additions to the list. Sammy wanted me to let everyone know that Winter is the Warmest Season is his favorite on the list. For everyone with the younger kids I enjoyed reading Shiver Me Letters--A Pirate ABC to Gabe. When ever I came to the part that said what letter they were looking for he got to read it. Make sure to check back for entry #3 next week.

4 comments:

Fun Mommy of 2 said...

oohh I like Shiver me letters. This is killing me not going to the library. We have so much stuff we are doing, we are not able to go to the library. :( I love your book list

Kate in NJ said...

Great books! We'll have to try to check out the ones we are not familiar with! I loved Zen Shorts, but P thought it was just "ok".

Daphne said...

I thought trying to finish the list Nina posted and the 100 books to read to your child before they start school was an ambitious... you definitely take the prize! You probably already thought of this, but you should keep a running list somewhere of your favorites so when you start getting to the end of the list you can "celebrate" by remembering (ie re-reading) those favorites. Just an idea after 4 hours of sleep. Can't promise it's a good one. ;)

Heather said...

Thanks everyone we are having a great time with the list.