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June Reading List

Man, I read a lot during June. Probably because I wasn't taking any classes and I did the 48 Hour Book Challenge! I get one more month of summer and then it's off to my children's lit class, which means LOTS of required reading.

June 2009
1. Slept Away by Julie Kraut
2. Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O'Malley
3. Lovestruck Summer by Melissa Walker
4. Forget Me Not by Colleen Murtagh Paratore
5. Wings by Aprilynne Pike
6. Something, Borrowed by Emily Giffin
7. Eternal Smile by Gene Luen Yang
8. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw by Jeff Kinney
9. Knocked Out by my Nunga Nungas by Louise Rennison (Audiobook CD)
10. Crazy Hair by Neil Gaiman (picture books)
11. Dancing in my Nuddy Pants (Audiobook CD)
12. Lament by Maggie Stiefvater
13. Something, Maybe by Elizabeth Scott
14. Dramarama by E. Lockhart (Audiobook CD)
15. Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
16. Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson
17. Ghostgirl by Tonya Hurley
18. Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler
19. Get Well Soon by Julie Halpern

Comments

  1. Wow you did read a ton. I also read Wings last month and I read Twenty Boy Summer in May. =]

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  2. 19 books! That's fantastic. And they look like great ones, too.

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  3. You have a rockin' awesome award here: http://readingrocks4me.blogspot.com/2009/07/couple-awards.html

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  4. Have you been seen the vlogs from the Scott Pilgrim movie set? They are really getting me pumped. Scott Pilgrim is the funniest thing I have ever read.

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