I'd like to know what books you have enjoyed lately. Let's use this blog as a place to exchange ideas. I encourage you to write a response to my post -- It's easy, just click on the word "comments" at the end of this post.
We definitely have readers in this school -- Some of you prefer mysteries, some prefer fantasies, some prefer romance, and some prefer to read nonfiction. So, what have you read recently that you might recommend?
For those of you who believe it would be good for you to read more, but you're not sure where to start, you might find some suggestions in my blog posts. Of course, I would love to chat with you about your interests and see if I can make some book suggestions for you. Again, as I mentioned last post, please take a look at www.shelfari.com or www.goodreads.com to get some other ideas. If you scroll down my blog page, and look to the right, you will see my Shelfari bookshelf. Please click "next" to see more of the books on my shelf. If you hover your mouse over any of the books, you will see either my review or the publisher's blurb about the book.
Do any of you use a Kindle or another e-reader? Feel free to post a comment on this blog to let us know how you like using it.
As for me, I have just finished reading Sarah's Key. It is Holocaust fiction, and it is very moving. Next up? I will read BookChat!'s next book, Wintergirls. I also want to read John Grisham's short story collection - all with a legal theme -Ford County. Jodi Picoult's newest book, House Rules, is now available too.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon!!!!
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