Monday, July 30, 2012

It's Monday, what are you reading?

This great meme is hosted by One Persons Journey Through a World of Books. Each week will share with you the books we are reading, just finished reading and those books we are planning to read this week. 


This week I am reading:


Taken by Storm (Raised by Wolves #3)
 by Jennifer Lynn Barnes






















Wither (The Chemical Garden #1)
Audiobook
by Lauren DeStafano
Narrated by Angela Lin









I just finished reading:

The Raven Boys
by Maggie Stiefvater

(review closer to publication date)












So, what do you think?  Any of these on your TBR list? Any you are thinking of adding? Let us know what you are reading and looking forward to reading.

9 comments:

  1. Oh, how was The Raven Boys?

    Hope you're enjoying Wither & TBS :)

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  2. What did you think of The Raven Boys? I have a copy of it somewhere, but I'm scared to read it! I don't to want to be let down :/

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  3. I truly, thoroughly, liked the Raven Boys. It was such a well thought out/written story. I will not be posting my actual review though, until a little bit closer to the release date. Although I can see this book maybe not being for everyone. I would say give it a try though and see what you think before you make the decision. I, personally, would say to definitely read it.

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  4. Like everyone else, I want to read The Raven Boys! I loved Stiefvater's Wolves of Calla series, and The Scorpio Races.

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  5. I have a 8 year-old boy, and I´d like to know what´s the best way to teach him how to read and write. Is it buy flash card, pc software educational games, what could I do to help him understand the sound of each word and letter?Thanks in advance..

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  6. Lots of kids who are delayed in speech and language have a very difficult time with phonics - first with learning the sounds associated with the different consonants, vowels, blends, digraphs, etc., and then with the ability to fluently merge those sounds into a word...

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  7. I would still encourage phonics-based activities, because a truly fluent reader needs to be able to sound words out. And you can do it in lots of fun ways; I have collected boxes of different items that begin with different letters..

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  8. Sonomanona gave me good ideas to help teach my son how to write and read. especially because she/he, is a teacher. I have been making a lot of research about better ways to help my son, and people like Sonomanona have a lot of good ideas to help me help him!

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  9. My nephew loves the X-Men and wants to start reading them.I know there are many different versions of the X-Men series, but which one is the best to start off with?Thanks.

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