First Sunday Daughter Reviews: September 2016

It’s September, and we’re off! Full-swing into school, musical rehearsals starting up this week, post-Labor Day (almost) move into fall.

And what are the girls reading?

C and E are buried in school work, but C did pick this up after K had it out reading it a while back:


She said she’d forgotten how awesome it was.

A picked up one of my ARCs and has been reading it:


It’s Sherlock and Moriarty, and she’s really enjoying it, even if Sherlock is annoying.

K has been bouncing around old books and graphic novels lately, re-reading some of her favorites. When I asked why, she said it was because she loves them so much. Can’t argue with that!

What are your kids reading?

3 thoughts on “First Sunday Daughter Reviews: September 2016

  1. I read Rapunzel’s Revenge a few years back and really enjoyed it…my kids did as well. We never got around to picking up the sequel.

    Lock and Key sounds intriguing. I’ve enjoyed Pearson’s work and the concept sounds fun. I’ll have to check it out. 🙂


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