About

We’re a teacher (teaching grade 3) and a student (6th grade) writing book reviews. We started reading books together 4 years ago and have been sharing ever since. We thought it would be great to have a place to go to find out about books and get recommendations. Historical Fiction and Realistic Fiction are our favorite genres right now. But we like to read all types of books too. Right now we are reading Inkheart by Cornelia Funke, The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller and The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: Book Two – The Hidden Gallery by Maryrose Wood. We LOVED the book The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict. (We’re HUGE fans of the series!)

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  1. Congratulations on 100 posts! I use your suggestions for my own reading and also to find gift ideas. I thank you very much for that!

  2. we just finished Hugo- but we read it while listening to the audio- it was very cool because the audio had sounds that matched the pictures in the book- trains and creaky clocks- we loved it- you should check it out!

  3. I have to say you are hooking me in! I love being able to share books this way. Thanks. I think you would like the Around the World. I put it with the biographies in our room even though it is a graphic novel. Mrs. Eaves

  4. hi- It’s better so far. kallik has not met with toklo, urjick(not how to spell his name) and lusa.There tavaling in a group. kallik just found a new bear. Thats where i left off.

  5. I’m so glad you found the site. We have fun doing it. I will put The Seekers on my list. How is the second one going? Is it as good as the first? Mrs. Eaves

  6. great website! I just checked out some titles – we are going to use this as a resource at our house when we want a new book! Thanks!

    Mrs. eaves- i like the snow!!! 🙂 you should read the seekers series! wd

  7. hey matt it’s sky checked out your website I think it rocks what a great idea I’m always hungry for new books thanks for showing me this TOTALLY AWESOME site by the way I got Morphpeus Road (have no idea how to spell it) I can’t wait to start it Thanks!

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