Monday, February 15, 2010

It's Monday! What are you reading 2-15-10

This is my favorite meme, now hosted by Sheila @ One Person's Journey Through a World of Books
It's easy and it makes me realize that unlike a lot of other bloggers, I am a one book a week reader. Yes, it's sad, but after camping with 96 8th graders from Tuesday to Friday last week, I realize that when I'm responsible for that many kids, there's no time to read. 
My Most Excellent Year by Steve Kluger
Still reading:
Ghost Girl: Homecoming by Tonya Hurley
The Choice by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Up next:
based on last week's comments and suggestions from others
Graceling by Kristin Cashore

Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

I'll check the other blogs to see what everyone's reading, but I still need to be ok with being a one book a week reader. Please add to my TBR list. Mahalo!


Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Ghost Girl sounds good and I hope you enjoy The Choice. I did. :)

Have a really good week!

susan said...

I'm not a fast reader so you're not the only one.

I haven't read any of these but I recognize a few. I posted my first It's Monday post.


Cathy (Minding the Middle) said...

Sheila - I must say Ghost Girl is getting better as I go along. Thanks

Cathy (Minding the Middle) said...

Susan -
Cool - you'll like this meme. I'll check out your site and give you a holler.

Kristen said...

Great books coming up this week! Enjoy!

Cathy Ikeda said...

Thanks for commenting back, Kristen. Have a great week.

bookmagic said...

Ghost Girl sounds interesting. I hope you like Beautiful Creatures. I think I am one of the few that didn't love it. I want to read Graceling at soem point.

robby (once upon a book blog/fourteen years) said...

The Choice sounds great! I hope you enjoy it. :]

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I keep seeing Beautiful Creatures all around...sounds like something to check out.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Ella Press said...

I can't wait to read BC!
Happy Reading, and thanks for having stopped by my blog!

everybookandcranny said...

The comments that I've heard about Graceling are a mixed bag - but definitely lean more towards the positive side. Great picks!

everybookandcranny said...

OOps! I didn't mean to post twice - not sure why that happened.

Cathy (Minding the Middle) said...

The mixed reviews for BC makes it more intriguing. A lot of people loved Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher and I just didn't find it appealing. Guess I'll see.
The Choice was fabulous. My review will be out soon. Thanks!
Creations by Laurel Rain-Snow, Ella Press,
we should read BC together.
Everybook and cranny,
So Graceling may be a mix bag too? That makes great press for the authors. Not a problem on the double post. Thanks!


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