Monday, July 13, 2015

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? (The Summer Edition)

Hi Friends.  

Yes.  I'm going to make a graduate school reference, again.  Sorry.  But now that we are done for the summer, watch out!  There will be plenty of time to share thoughts and blog away!
In the middle of the studying, we did take time to make stops at the library and book stores.  

My purchases so far this summer (from Indies please!):



The Most Magnificent Thing and What Do You Do With An Idea? are books I've used before.  I'm starting at a new school in the fall, and wanted to make sure I had my own copies.  

I've also made time to read a few books for me.  In true fashion, I'm in the library more, so I'm picking up recommendations from all of you!

What I've Read So Far:



And Finally, my TBR pile from the library:



Have a great week!  Happy Reading!



  1. Enjoy Bone Gap! My favorite 2015 read thus far.

  2. I am reading Jack this week as well! The Thickety is AWESOME. I have book 2 on my Kindle and now I've been reminded how much I want to read that one. LOVE The Magnificent Thing. Must remind myself to not glare at a student that lost our library copy and never paid to replace it. Student can't help it if parents won't help (and I know they could have, had they chose).

  3. I have heard so much about Bone Gap! I have Jack on my pile too. I have not heard of Thickety - a new one for me!

  4. Oh look at these wonderful titles. I read and loved both Bone Gap and Jack (aloud to my class). Awesome picture book choices!

  5. Magnificent Thing and What to do With an Idea are both such brilliant books to use in the classroom. So special!
    I want to read Bone Gap, Fourteenth Golfish, and Jack, but just haven't gotten around to it yet. Hope to soon!

    Happy reading this week! :) Enjoy your summer :)
    And thank you for taking part in IMWAYR!

    Unleashing Readers

  6. I've been looking forward to reading The Girl on the Train - I have a feeling it would be made into a film very soon. I'm really looking forward to reading Bone Gap - I already have my copy.