It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? 10-17-16

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Books I finished last week:

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The Princess and the Pony by Kate Beaton

This is such an adorable and funny book. I highly recommend it as a read aloud. The Princess and the Pony was at my Scholastic book fair and it was a big hit.

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Dory Fantasmagory: Dory Dory Black Sheep by Abby Hanlon

I love Dory. She is so quirky, creative and funny. Abby Hanlon really understands kids as a former first grade teacher. I know this series is a hit as a read aloud! Run don’t walk to pick up the series now. And while you are running….run over to All The Wonders for a great podcast and more resources about Dory Fantasmagory!

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A Perfectly Messed-Up Story by Patrick McDonnell

My mentor and fellow librarian, Travis Jonker recommended that I read A Perfectly Messed-Up Story at the beginning of the year to talk about book care in the library. There could not be a more perfect book for this discussion. The students just love the book. It is hilarious and shows how messed up a book can get if you don’t take care of it. A great read aloud for the library!

So what have you enjoyed reading recently?


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6 Responses to It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? 10-17-16

  1. Poem Fanatic says:

    A perfect messed-up story sounds interesting- just from the title!

  2. carriegelson says:

    I am currently listening to this All the Wonders podcast with Abby! I am a big Dory fan!

  3. cweichel says:

    Dory is right up there with Piper Green as some of my favourite fictional characters.

  4. I LOVED The Princess and the Pony – so many picture books encourage girls to be adventurous, tough and brave, which is great, but it’s also great to see male characters being sensitive, caring and sweet – we should all feel comfortable being our true selves!

  5. Michele says:

    The Dory books are some of my favorites. I’m hoping to get some third graders reading her this year.

  6. Robyn Matus says:

    The Dory book series are also my favorite book. Great story and even better characters.
    Robyn

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