Friday, February 5, 2016

February READER Time

February 2016
Follow along with us as we try to make reading more a part of our days; more a part of our lives.  If you would like to learn more about what READER Time is for us, read my original READER Time post.  You can also pick up some great bookmarks/reader lists there, too!
This year, I am determined to be more purposeful with our reading lists, as well making the time to read.  So I will continue what I started in January and share my reading plans with you.  Although, I set my plan in motion far enough into last month that we did not complete all that was on our list, which is the reason for several repeats listed this month.  But I can see the progress that we are making in reading and I am very pleased. 
Without further ado, here is a glimpse at our bookshelf for February:
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Read Alouds for the whole family to enjoy:
Madeleine Takes Command (Ethel Brill)
We are half way through this book and on the edge of our seats with suspense!  We are listening to the audio version and I love the French accent of the narrator, it really adds more to the book than I could give reading it aloud myself.
Buttons for General Washington (Peter and Connie Roop)
Paul Revere's Ride (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow / Illustrated by Ted Rand) Love this version!
The Fourth of July Story (Alice Dalgliesh)
Yankee Doodle (Gary Chalk)
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7th Grader: Ben and Me (Robert Lawson)
5th Grader: Phoebe the Spy (Judith Griffin)
The Robinson Crusoe Reader (Julia Darrow Cowles)
2nd Grader: Sam the Minuteman (Nathaniel Benchley)
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Toddler: (various winter and valentine books including, but not limited to:)
Winnie the Pooh's Valentine (Bruce Talkington)
Bear Hugs (Karma Wilson)
How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You? (Jane Yolen)
Time for a Hug (Phillis Gershator and Mim Green)

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Mom: The Reading Promise (Alice Omza)
Dad: Wheel of Time, book 1 (Robert Jordan)

What are your reading plans?  I'd love to hear from you!

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