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March 23, 2015

Back to Reading SOLC #23


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This year I haven't spent enough time with books.  Yes, I'm reading picture books to my class every day (it's the BEST part of our day), but I haven't done much reading for myself.

Before I tackled shoveling the 5 inches of snow that fell today (UGGGHHH), I spent a good amount of time on Goodreads, trying to find my next read.  My favorite genre is young adult/teen fiction.  Give me a juicy boy-meets-girl story any day and I'm one happy camper.  (I'm a hopeless romantic.)

Thanks to spring break, I already devoured Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins.  I'm pretty sure I've read this book before, but that didn't matter -- it was great.  I was excited to learn that there are three more books in this series (hooray!).

If you have any teen or young adult reads that I need to binge read this week, please leave them in the comments!  I have read most of John Green's and Sarah Dessen's books, the Hunger Games and Divergent triologies. 

On to my next book!  

6 comments:

  1. No matter which book you choose, you will enjoy it - just because it's for you. Enjoy

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  2. I'm just assuming you've read all of Rainbow Rowell - and if not, do!! Lucky, lucky you to have so much time to read!

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  3. Having time to read a good book is the best treat of all! Enjoy your reading and your spring break.

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  4. I have Andrew Smith's books on my list. I have never read any of his but so much has been in the media I think I need to. Enjoy your reading time - I know how sacred it is.

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  5. I have a whole stack here but no extra time. One day I will get that time to just sit and read and no one to interrupt a full day of binge reading ... one day. Enjoy your one day today, tomorrow and the next!

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  6. The best part of reading is getting away to someplace else! Enjoy your "time away"!

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