Well, I'm glad, Cottage
, though I suppose there's always a first time...
I hope you like her books as much as I do. I spent the morning of our snow day yesterday in bed finishing Withering Heights
. It was delicious! I'm now working on Goodbye Ms. Chips
, which is the next one in the series. It definitely has potential.
I also read Junie B. Jones, First Grader: Shipwrecked!
and it made me laugh as much as her other books. My favorite line: "A little glitter can turn your whole day around."
Mango Shaped Space
sounds fascinating! I'll definitely add it to my TBR list. I'll have to look for Mass's other books, too.
, I'm so impressed that you read the Newberry winner before it won! I've never done that before...how cool! What's The Graveyard Book
about? What are dystopian books usually about? Would The Giver
being a dystopian book? Handmaid's Tale
And I'm reading I can make you thin
, I read this line in your post and thought it said, "And what I'm reading can make you thin." I did a major double take!
, a friend of mine absolutely loves that show (Jon and Kate). Sounds like fascinating reading. I can't imagine. My sisters are twins and helping my mom raise them was enough to make me sure I never want a multiple birth of any kind. They are SOOOO much work for their entire lives (my sisters turned 30 last weekend and they are STILL so much work for all of us!).
I'm almost done with America
, too. I have just a couple of pages to skim from the "election guide" for the 2004 election.