It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?
is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
Check out my previous Monday reading posts here.
If this post doesn’t look remarkably like last week’s, then I’m not sure you’re paying attention! Another slow reading week. Seriously, slow. I’m only about 50 pages into Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Farmer Boy. SLOW!
Anyway, on my Nook I’m reading
On my nightstand, I have
By Matthew Kelly
On my living room end table, I have
By Laura Ingalls Wilder
In my car I’m listening to
The Glass Castle
By Jeannette Walls
Read By Julia Gibson
Posts From Last Week
Gender Stereotyping on the Bookshelves
Book Discussion: The Accidental Creative by Todd Henry
Do you have anything good planned this week?
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4 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What I’m Reading!”
Oh I loved the Little House books… you inspire me to read them again!
I’m thrilled if I was able to inspire you! I’ve really enjoyed my reread even with the odd looks I get in public. An ebook would be great so I could hide my children’s book, but it would NEED to have Garth Williams’ illustrations. Those bring back just as many memories as the stories Laura told. Thanks for commenting!
How do you manage to read more than two books at one time? I sometimes struggle with that minimum!
I hope you enjoy your reads this week 🙂
I wrote about reading multiple books at once here. I can’t really tell you how I manage to do it; I’ve just done it for as long as I can remember. I don’t do it all the time, but it’s nice to get some variety while I’m reading something that I need to process (Rediscovering Catholicism). I will say that when one of the books is a children’s book, it’s much easier to manage! 🙂 Thanks for commenting.