Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Surprise another book list.....
Ok so we are over 800 books now and I am very happy to see people still reading. I had a question from last week that I thought I would answer. It was asked if I read all of the books. The answer is no. I did try reading all of them personally to the boys when I started but that became way to much. We actually go the library every week so it is hard for me to get all of them read. I promise though all of them have been read by individuals in the family. My dh and I read bedtime stories to the boys everynight. Then Gabe brings random books to me through out the week asking for a reading, and of course I have to oblige that request. I mean come on wash dishes or curl up on the couch and read to that cutie pie. Then of course we have Sam. Everyday we have down time and he brings in a huge stack of book to read to him and Gabe. So that covers all of the books for us. Because of Sam reading them during down time, we usually have a hard time reading one to him after 2 days of having the books that he has not heard. In other words the books get reread alot during the week. Sam is the main reason that we go through so many books. He always craves knowledge and he believes that he can get it from any book he reads. He tries to learn something from every book he reads. He makes me so proud.

786.) King Arthur by Jeff Limke
787.) Chang and the Bamboo Flute by Elizabeth Starr Hill
788.) The Berenstain Bears and the Papa’s Day Surprise by Stan and Jan Berenstain
789.) Sail away, Little Boat by Janet Buell
790.) Chopsticks by Jon Berkeley
791.) The Berenstain Bears Help around the House by Jan and Stan Berenstain
792.) The Chinese Book Of Animal Powers by Al Chung-Liang Hung
793.) Peanut Butter and Jellyfishes by Brian P. Cleary
794.) Tub-boo-boo by Margie Palatini
795.) The Web Files by Margie Palatini
796.) Ellis Island by Steven Kroll
797.) SuperDog by Caralyn Buehner
798.) Beautiful Warrior by Emily Arnold McCully
799.)The Runaway Rice Cake by Ying Chang Compestine
800.)My Life With the Wave by Catherine Cowan
801.) Frogs Jump by Alan Brooks
802.) My Senator and Me by Edward Kennedy
803.) Paper Doorway by Dean Koontz
804.) Earthquack by Margie Palatini
805.) Robert E. Lee by Patricia Grabowski
806.) The Berenstain Bears Dollar$ and $en$e by Stan and Jan Berenstain
807.) Mooseltoe by Margie Palatini
808.) Three French Hens by Margie Palatini

As you can see from the list there are a few books about China on here. We are starting to gather up things to start the new school year and China is up first. Please check them out. They are really good stories and have stunning pictures on them. Hopefully I will have other china books next week.

3 comments:

Mrs. Darling said...

I could only wish that Tink would crave knowledge. sigh
Great book list.

Kate in NJ said...

Great list! We love M. Palatini
around here and Web Files is our fave. ;-)
I was a lot like your Sammy...

School for Us said...

Wow! I wish my daughter would "crave knowledge", too. She craves playtime. :-)