Thursday, December 30, 2010

Books Read in December

I didn't read as many books this month as I did in November.  I did finish up Cybils and Inspys so I had those books as well as a few I managed to read and review after all of the judging.  I did read a total of 40 books this month.

1.   Anna Mei, Cartoon Girl - Carol A. Grund
2.   Because of Mr. Terupt - Rob Buyea
3.   Betti on the High Wire - Lisa Railsback
4.   Countdown - Deborah Wiles
5.   Crunch - Leslie Connor
6.   Emma's River - Alison Hart
7.   How to Survive Middle School - Donna Gephart
8.   Penny Dreadful - Laurel Snyder
9.   President of the Whole Fifth Grade - Sherri Winston
10. Ray Reflected - eric elkins
11. Sir Seth Thistlethwaite and the Soothesayers Shoes - Richard Thake
12. The Burglar Who Bit the Big Apple - Steve Brezenoff
13. The Candy Makers - Wendy Mass
14. The Kneebone Boy - Ellen Potter
15. The Strange Case of Origami Yoda - Tom Angleberger
16. Turtle in Paradise - Jennifer L. Holm
17. Violet in Bloom - Lauren Myracle
18. What I learned From Being a Cheerleader - Adrienne Ambrose
19. When Molly Was a Harvey Girl - Frances M. Wood
20. Wildfire Run - Dee Garretson
21. The Young Chieftain - Ken Howard
22. The Anatomy of Ghosts - Andrew Taylor
23. In the Shadow of Evil - Robin Caroll
24. The Reindeer Keeper - Barbara Briggs Ward
25. Life Without Limits - Nick Vujicic
26. Kevin's Point of View - Del Shannon
27.  A Path Less Traveled - Cathy Bryant
28.  Glimpse - Stacey Wallace Benefiel
29.  A Simple Amish Christmas - Vannetta Chapman
30.  Powerless:  The Synthesis - Jason Letts
31.  Choker - Elizabeth Woods
32.  Trash - Andy Mulligan
33.  Mary Mae and the Gospel Truth - Sandra Dutton
34.  Love Finds You in Charm Ohio - Annalisa Daughety
35.  An Honest Love - Kathleen Fuller
36.  Winter's Awakening - Shelley Shepard Gray
37.  Plain Paradise - Beth Wiseman
38.  Anna's Return - Marta Perry
39.  The Fourth Fisherman - Joe Kissack
40.  Storm Mountain - Tom Birdseye

1 comment:

  1. Wow! You read a lot of books! I'm happy to see that mine made the list. I hope you enjoyed it.

    Middle grade is such a huge time of change for kids. It must be interesting, but also challenging to be a middle grade teacher.

    Of the books you read in December, which one do you most recommend? - besides mine, of course ;O)