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This was a fairly light week for me, but I'm not complaining. I spent the week reading at leisure and drafting up my reviews. A very productive and enjoyable endeavor I must say, however since I have so many books to read for myself, I decided to give myself a break.
This week, my books are centered around my children. I have three children 11, 8 and 4 and while I try to read with them every night, they are all at obviously at different phases of reading so it's a little difficult sometimes to find books that engage them all.
Thanks to some free books to review and a trip to our local B&N, I got three different books to read with my children.
Kate DiCamillo is a favorite in our household (Think The tale of Despereaux and Because of Winn Dixie). My daughter asked that I read this with her so we could talk about it. Seeing that I'm about to enter the teen years where requests to share activities with my daughter will be few and far between, I jumped on this request.
This was my 8-yr old's request. This series is fairly popular in the third grade this year and since the school library only had books 1 & 2 of the series, we got book 3 to read and discuss. It looks like fun!
This I received to review courtesy of my fab goodreads group, Read it and Reap. I plan to read this to my youngest, and hopefully my other two as well.
A few weeks ago, I posted that I deplored reading more than one book at once (this post right here) but I guess, I'm a big fat hypocrite because I do it every day when I read with my children! Ha! There's egg on my face. Ah well, it could be worse couldn't it?
That's my IMM for the week! I'm always looking for the next best read, so please share what you're reading with me!