What are your summer reading goals?
As I have several weddings to attend this summer, I thought my goals should reflect the tradition of "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue" that brides follow.
Something Old-I'm going to read a Faulkner title that I've never read (probably Absalom, Absalom).
Something New-I've got so many new books from TLA and Sync Audiobooks to choose from that I'm sure I'll read many new books!
Something Borrowed-hmmm...does it count if I check it out of the school library?
Something Blue-I think this applies to cover and not mood, so I'm going to try Gayle Forman's If I Stay.
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The overall "Best Book to Movie" winner! Congrats to Ryan Hess, Kyden Luck, Trinity Pack, Sophia Ramos, Leslie Romero, Valeria Sena-Villarreal, Peyton Skinner, and Dallas Williams for picking this book from the beginning of the game. Come up to the library to claim your prize.
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Enjoyed re-reading this classic before the movie opens. Loved the teacher that read it to me first.
Published a long time ago, but a new author to me, this is a neat throw back detective story. Book 6 in my 2018 Reading Challenge.
Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush share some of their twin connection and give the reader a peak into their lives growing up in a political family. Photos included.
Jason Reynolds--novel in verse--surprising--enjoyable
CREEPY, classic. Listened to this on a quick trip to the metroplex.
Listened to this on the way to Houston. It's about Alaskan Indians, Eskimos and white kids who attend a boarding school in the mid 20th century. I liked hearing the names pronounced and the students' stories.