Wednesday, June 15, 2011

What We're Reading...

Farley is pictured here reading his favorite comic.
 Go figure!
Garfield is a favorite in our house.
Can you guess why?  ;p

What the rest of the house is reading...

Darling Daughter
Fancy Nancy - Jane O'Connor

C-man (10 y/o)
Ranger's Apprentice (series) - John Flanagan
The Giving Tree - Shel Silverstein  (family favorite)

The Bryster
Scorpia Rising (last book in series)- Anthony Horowitz

The Teenager
A Walk In The Woods - Bill Bryson
(taken from Mom's bookshelf & highly recommended) 

Man's Search For Meaning - Viktor E. Frankl (hugs John)

What is your family reading?

p.s. thank you for all of your kind thoughts and prayers. Second born is feeling better and was happy to hear so many were caring for him. He has a ways to go but is certainly getting there!


John said...

Good news re Bryce. Great to see such avid readers. I´ve just finished Terry Pratchett´s book "unseen academicals", he is a great author who takes life and creates a world where the truth can be seen in the most funny of ways! I am now reading "The Boy Who Saw True". I have read it a number of times, bought it a number of times and lent it out a number of times never to see it again. It is a diary of a young boy in Victorian England, he was a natural clairvoyant and medium, of course no one realized this at the time thinking he was seeing things. It is very funny to read even without the mediumistic content as it is a view of life by a young boy in words that he used at the time.

nacherluver said...

Sounds like a good book John! Thanks for sharing. :)

Jess said...

That picture is so fun!

Juliette Crane said...

just read neil gaiman and charles vess...INSTRUCTIONS. it's a lovely picture book! also recommend their book blueberry girl (for light summer reading...)

enjoy the weekend!

lilabraga said...

Sounds like a good book ! Thanks for sharing. :)

rachel awes said...

hilarious photo!
& great book list...
that walk in the woods looks intriguing & i LOVE man's search for meaning. our fam has recently ate up the hunger games series (which doesn't sound so "nice" but was captivating!).

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