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I’m currently reading The Second Summer of the Sisterhood (gotta finish the series…) and I’m enjoying it, while also wondering how there are 4 books! But soon I will find out. 🙂 I’m planning on finishing it tonight.
One of my favorite times of the day is getting the kids all snuggled in and listening to my husband read Harry Potter to them. Even though I’ve read the series multiple times, I can’t help but listen in and enjoy the story. Currently, we are on Harry Potter And the Order Of The Phoenix . I’m going to go ahead and assume you’ve read it. But if you haven’t, please do. I’m forever awed, entertained and inspired by the Harry Potter series.
While cleaning up my classroom today, I took a short break to read A Splash of Red: The Life and Art of Horace Pippin by Jen Bryant and Illustrated by Melissa Sweet. I ordered it months ago, and it’s been in my “To Read” pile ever since. I can’t wait to read it to my students next year. I love that it is non fiction, I love that it is beautifully written and illustrated, I love the theme and the word choice, and the lessons. “The biggest part of you…is inside, where no one can see.”
What will I read next? I was a little worried that I hadn’t created my TBR pile. . . and then I went in my classroom and gathered the books I have been waiting to read, need to read, want to read…
I think I’ll be fine.
I’ll happily post my TBR pile later, but I’ve got to go finish The Second Summer of the Sisterhood!
Happy Monday, Happy Reading!
3 thoughts on “It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?”
Looks like a healthy stash of books from your classroom–glad you will post your TBR pile 🙂
Done! 🙂 Now I just want to sit and read from my piles… Not sure my children would appreciate it though. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!
I loved A Splash of Red – anything done by Melissa Sweet is bound to be beautiful. Great to see your TBR stack – it’s always lovely to have lots of books waiting in the wings. 🙂