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We are fast approaching the end of October. Crazy isn’t it? Today I would like to share the books I am currently reading through. I’ll admit I am at this time reading three books simultaneously. Luckily for me, they all very different, so I don’t get the plot-lines and characters mixed up : )
At the top of the stack is my Kindle Paperwhite. I am reading through the Green Ember Series on that. The next book down is The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo. Under that is Charlotte Sometimes by Penelope Farmer. Then Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden, Farm Boy ( sequel to War Horse) also by Michael Morpurgo, When Hitler stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr, and finally another Michael Morpurgo An Eagle in the Snow.
Out of all of those books right now I am reading, Charlotte Sometimes (it’s really good so far…) , and Carrie’s War. If you haven’t noticed a pattern yet, all of these books (except the Green Ember series) take place during either World War I such as Charlotte Sometimes and Farm Boy, or World War II, such as all the rest. I will be recommending all of these (granted they are as good as everyone says) in an upcoming post, in preparation of Remembrance Day coming up on November 11.
I have other stack of books waiting to be read by me. Too many books, not enough time!
I would love to hear from you, what you and your kiddos are reading through right now. Feel free to share in the comment section below, or on Anne’s Book Basket Facebook page.
Till next time!
All of the book links above lead to amazon.ca where you can purchase them.
If you live in the U.S.A. here are the links to all of the books mentioned above at amazon.com:
The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo, Charlotte Sometimes by Penelope Farmer, Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden, Farm Boy ( sequel to War Horse) by Michael Morpurgo, When Hitler stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr, and An Eagle in the Snow by Michael Morpurgo.