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Happy New Year!
Can you believe it is 2019 already? To welcome the new year I am going to share with you my reading list for 2019, and I encourage you to make one too. This can also be a fun activity to do with the kids.
Encourage them to look for books that interest them, and write them down. These can be books that they can read themselves right now, or books that they will be able to read later in the year, or books they would like to hear you read to them or listen to as audiobooks.
I know when I was little, I loved to look at our bookshelves, and at the Sonlight catalogue and just right this extensive list of titles I wanted to read (more than I could possibly ever read in one year ) and it was a lot of fun!
I have been making to – read lists for years. This year is no different. I will try to keep the list fairly short, and I will add to it during the year as I discover more great books. So, here is this years reading list:
- Inside Out and Back Again by Thannha Lai
- The Red Pencil by Andrea Pinkney
- Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan
- Mio My Son by Astrid Lindgren
- Louisiana’s Way Home by Kate DiCamilo
- Shakespeare’s Scribe by Gary Blackwood
- Shakespeare’s Spy by Gary Blackwood
- All the World’s a Stage by Gretchen Woelfle
- The Chestry Oak by Kate Seredy
- The White Stag by Kate Seredy
- Catherine Called Birdy by Karen Cushman
- The Sword in the Tree by Clyde Robert Bulla
- The King’s Equal by Katherine Paterson
- The Great and Terrible Quest by Margaret Lovett
- Wulf the Saxon by G. A. Henty
- The Boy Knight by G. A. Henty
- Master Cornhill by Eloise Jarvis
- To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
- Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk
- Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate
- Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild
- Adam of the Road by Elizabeth Janet Gray
- The Trumpeter of Krakow by Eric P. Kelly
- The Vanderbeekers of 141st by Karina Yan Glaser
- The Willoughbys by Lois Lowry
Well, there is my current reading list for 2019. It is subject to change of course, and will probably grow substantially.
I would love to hear from you which books you or your kids are excited to read this year!
Happy New Year!