The past month or so has been pretty busy around our house. My husband has been studying for a test he's taking while going to night class twice a week to prepare.
Obviously I've been a bit busy with school and assignments.
And the pups are all riled up to catch and destroy one of their vile enemies.
I will be posting a review on Friday though for TLC Book Tours (so exciting and cool!) so check back for that.
AND the husband and I are going away for the weekend and tomorrow I'll let you know where. I know you just can't stand the suspense. ;)
But for now I thought I'd post a list of some of those classic children's books that kept me up at night reading...I know I'll remember more as I go on:
So I loved this book and its sequel. I really wanted to take off to a mountain and figure out what food to eat and how to sustain myself. I always thought it was weird though that he wasn't angry or "running away"...this is just how he wanted to live and his parents let him. Maybe I'm not remembering it right.
I also loved this book...well the first few times I read it. It was required reading growing up in school but I moved so much that it was required reading for me THREE times. Yeah...after the third time it started getting a bit old. Still...how she survived and took care of herself just amazed me.
And who didn't read and love this one...and its sequel. I really really wanted that cupboard.
And I read this one over and over even though after the first read you know what's going on. I still loved the main character...
I stole this one from my sister, I think. So I tried to find the cover that we had so the picture is a bit small. It's about a girl who has to move away from her friends...to the MOON! Since I moved around a lot I totally related to that (the moving part) and, well, I still would move to the moon if someone asked.
Since I LOVE history, I am definitely the type who would love to live in a museum.
And this was one of my all-time favorites. It's takes place in the future where high school graduates don't have a bright future because most of the jobs are automated so they are issued a "block" in a city to live in and figure out how to survive. But then they are invited to play a virtual reality game which changes their lives. Just LOVED this book.
What were some of the books your read and re-read growing up?