14 January 2011

Books I've been meaning to read...

I keep track of all good book recommendations like the ones
My honestly on to pals,

Star,

Carrie,

Many nerdy English friends and fellow teachers,

and Melissa,

tell me about. So I put all these on my "book list" on the Hawaii public library homepage!

Do you see a theme in my blog posts lately... besides frequency... get it done!

Why talk about it when you could do it. Which one should I read first? Any other recommendations?

7 comments:

liko said...

i hear capture the castle is really good! so i think i'm gonna read that one, too.

liko said...

*I capture the castle

Christina said...

'The Book of Negroes' and 'The 5 Love Languages' are great books!

star said...

Jeff and I read P&P and Zombies aloud, but I've been thinking of re-reading it. I need something easy and fun, since my brain can't handle anything too serious right now. I also read I Capture the Castle thanks to Miss Carrie and I liked it.

echo said...

i plan on reading born to run on the recommendation from my aunt and jon stewart.
i am reading everyday greatness right now by steven covey and david hatch. and i started the brothers karamazov before christmas got about 200 pages in. i need to finish that one.

melissa marie said...

ohoh read mine first!

not only is it interesting material, but it's also nicely written. i forgot to mention that. i've decided the easiest genre for me to read fast (besides the harry potter genre) is creative nonfiction. which this is.

Carrie said...

I WAS MENTIONED ON STEPHANIE'S BLOOOOOOG!!

I'm practically famous.

You should also read "In a Sunburned Country." It's really funny. And it's about Australia so you'll want to travel there after you read the book.