Friday, July 10, 2009

Here's a list of books I've read since this blog began almost 3 years ago. I'd appreciate comments and dialogue on any you have also read:

Anne of Green Gables - Montgomery
Bad Boy - Walter Dean Myers
Bluish - Virginia Hamilton
Heat - Mike Lupica
Olive's Ocean - Kevin Henkes
An Abundance of Katherines - Green
Dragonrider - Cornelia Funke
Dairy Queen - Murdock
Time Traveler's Wife
Memory Keeper's Daughter - Kim Edwards
Born to Rock - Gordon Korman
Feed - M.T. Anderson
Dark Hills Divide - Carman
Vanishing Act - Feinstein
I'd tell you I love you but then I'd have to kill you - Ally Carter
The Thief - Turner
The Book Thief - Zusak
Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid - Bill Bryson
Buddha Boy - Kathe Koja
Last Shot - Feinstein
The World is Flat - Friedman
Evans Above - Rhys Bowen
Evan Help Us - Rhys Bowen
The Lightning Thief - Rick Riordan
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince - Rowling
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Rowling
Neither Here Nor There - Bryson
Amulet of Samarkind - Jonathon Stroud
Emma Jean Laqarus Fell Out of a Tree - Tarshis
A Brief chapter in my impossible life - Reinhardt
Cripsin at the Edge of the World - Avi
Escape: The Story of the Great Houdini - Fleischman
Here Lies the Librarian - Richard Peck
Matilda - Dahl
Phantom Tollbooth - Juster
Born Confused - Tanuja Desai Hidier
Touching Spirit Bear - Mikaelson
The Kite Runner - Hosseini
Airborn - Oppell
Alana - The 1st Adventure
Avalon High - Meg Cabot
Be More Chill - Ned Vizzini
Dead Guys Talk - Barbara Joose
Toad Heaven - Gleitzman
Catalyst - Anderson
Doing It - Burgess
Adam Canfield Watch Your Back
Eat, Pray, Love - Gilbert
The View From Mt. Joy - Lorna Landvik
The Alchemyst - Michael Scott
Forever in Blue - Ann Brashares
Snowflower and the Secret Fan - Lisa See
The Penderwicks - Birdsall
Our Only May Amelia - Jennifer L. Holm
The Off Season - Murdoch
Austenland - Hale
Miracle on 49th Street - Lupica
A Year in Provence - Mayle
The Friday Night Knitting CLub - Jacobs
A Good Year - Peter Myle
Cupid - Julius Lester
Two Old Women - Wallis
26 Fairmont Avenue - Tomie de Paola
The Priest and the Senator - Greeley
A Thousand Splendid Suns - Hosseini
Oh My Stars - Landvik
Away - Amy Bloom
The Namesake - Jhumpa Lahiri
Clementine - Sara Pennypacker
Pants on Fire - Meg Cabot
Big Boned - Heather Wells
Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana - Ann Rice
The Willoughbys - Lois Lowry
Your Oasis on Flame Lake - Lorna Landvik
Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt - Rice
Marley: A Dog Like No Other - Grogan
Run - Ann Patchett
On the Wings of Heroes - Peck
Fairest - Levine
Pontoon - Garrison Keillor
Swindle - Korman
The Magician - Michael Scott
The Invention of Hugo Cabret - Selznick
Whiteth0rn Woods - Maeve Binchy
Grace (Eventually) - Anne Lamott
The River Between Us - Richard Peck
Inkdeath - Cornelia Funke
The Uncommon Reader - Bennett
They Came to Bahgdad - Agatha Cristie
The Penderwicks on Gardam Street - Birdsall
Chains - Laurie Halse Anderson
The Tales of Beedle the Bard - J.K. Rowling
One True Thing - Anna Quindlen
Loving Frank - Nancy Horan
Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox - Colfer
The Soloist - Steve Lopez
The Underneath - Appelt
The Graveyard Book - Gaiman
Jesus - A Life of Enlightenment - Chopra
Bloody Jack - L.A. Meyer
The Shack - William Paul Young
Curse of the BLue Tattoo - L.A. Meyer
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
Evanly Choirs - Rhys Bowen
The Game of Silence - Louise Erdrich
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks - Lockhart
Among the Hidden - Haddix
My Side of the Mountain - George
The Last Book in the Universe - Rodman Philbrick
Eggs - Jerry Spinelli
Three Cups of Tea - Thomson
The Glass Castle - Jeannette Walls
Rules - Cynthia Lord
Anything But Typical - Baskin
Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth... - Konigsburg
Harry: A History - Anelli
The Cat Who Came to Breakfast - Braun
Minders of Make-Believe - Leonard Marcus

I'm always looking for good books for my adult book group as well as suggestions of new chapter books for students in grades 2-6.

~Jan J



At 7:42 PM , Blogger Joyce said...

Jan, your list of books you have read it really impressive. When do you find the time to read?


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