First Sunday Daughter Reviews: October 2015

I got distracted this morning and forgot to put this up partially because Hubby was gone and I didn’t sleep well and partially because I was busy making cinnamon rolls. Because that’s what you do when your husband is gone.

I did eventually remember… better late than never, right?

Also: it’s October! Which means Cybils time. I’m hoping to hold my own on the Elementary/Middle Grade Speculative Fiction category. I think if I read half the books, I’ll be doing good. BUT, we need your nominations!  You don’t have to be a blogger to nominate. You just have to have read a book that was published in the past year (from October 16, 2014 to October 15, 2015). Please take 15 minutes and give us some good books to read!

Onto the kids… K and Hubby started reading this:

Which makes my heart happy. K loves Batty (I knew she would) and even Hubby’s enjoying the story line.

A picked up this on a whim (I think M recommended it to her ages ago):

She loved it. She kept saying it was really hard to explain to all her friends how INTENSE it was. It seems I’ve got another Shannon Hale fan in the house.

I threw this at E

and she says it’s really good so far. Reminds her of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.

And C is inbetween books because of being in the school musical (which is FAME this year. And if you didn’t sing “I’m gonna live forever” I will be sad). But she’s really looking forward to the poetry unit in her language arts class. They started with this slam poem, which she really thought was intriguing.

What are you reading?

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