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

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.



  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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