Library Loot-38

More Cybils books… this will be a theme for the next couple of months. The non-fiction is for M’s English class, and the one, lone non-Cybils book is next month’s read for C’s mother-daughter book club. M was SUPER excited about the Riordan (C’s grumbling because she hasn’t read it yet, but M got to it first), and I’m excited about the new Wendy Mass. And the rest of them look really good, too…

Picture Books:
Small Florence, Piggy Pop Star, by Claire Alexander
The Eensy Weensy Spider Freaks Out (Big Time), by Troy Cummings
Buy My Hats, by Dave Horowitz
Brownie & Pearl See the Sights, by Cynthia Ryland/Illus. by Brian Biggs

Middle Grade:
The Lost Hero, by Rick Riordan
Nobody Was Here: Seventh Grade in the Life of Me, Penelope, by Alison Pollet
The Candymakers, by Wendy Mass
My Life as a Book, by Janet Tashjian
The Dreamer, by Pam Munoz Ryan
The Kneebone Boy, by Ellen Potter
Blessing’s Bead , by Debby Dahl Edwardson
Nuts, by Kacy Cook
The Wonder of Charlie Anne, by Kimberly Newton Fusco
Emily’s Fortune, by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
The Pickle King, by Rebecca Promitzer

Non-Fiction:
How to Read Literature Like a Professor: A Lively and Entertaining Guide to Reading Between the Lines, by Thomas C. Foster

The roundup is either at Adventures of an Intrepid Reader or The Captive Reader. Obligatory FTC note: the links are provided through my Amazon Associates account. If you click through and actually purchase one of these books, I’ll get a teeny, tiny payment. But, since no one ever does, and it’s SO much easier using the associates account to put up these links, I’m going to keep doing it.

3 thoughts on “Library Loot-38

  1. we are number 23 out of 72 on the Request List for The Lost Hero at the library. and the Library doesn't even have The Kneebone Boy–and I really look forward to reading it. May have to hit the bookstore.

    Looks like another good week at the Library! been enjoying your remarks on the Cybils reads.

    ~L

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  2. We lucked out, being near the top of the line for Lost Hero; the trick is everyone finishing it before it's due. And I'm also curious (and looking forward to the Kneebone Boy. It does look interesting, doesn't it?

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