I’ve been busy reading for me, with the kids, and for work.
First the great books I’ve been reading just for me.. I started this one because I had read a lot of positive teen librarian responses about it, so at first I thought it would be my attempt at keeping up on some newer teen fiction for my job. After about 50 pages, I knew I was reading it for me and just couldn’t put it down. I finished the second in the series with the same result! Even if you are a grown-up… read it if you like exciting dystopian novels.
And of course a couple of knitting books to browse. Then there are the kids books. We’ve been hooked on a couple to celebrate the season.
The work related books have been fun and interesting too. I am moderating the Woolly Bookworms at my library. It’s for kids & adults and they’re encouraged to bring any fiber project to work on. (Hmmm…. notice how I slipped in a hobby at work?) But seriously, everyone who attends enjoys themselves, talks about the book and their projects and attendance has grown (yes, my boss might be reading this!)
Now to get started on a few new kids fiction titles…. I’m loking forward to reading the 39 Clues series and The Olympians series. I’m always looking for suggestions no matter what age they are for!