1. Julie Geoffrion

    No spoilers for me 🙂 I won’t be reading those books. I think they are on the same level as “Hunger Games” and “Harry Potter” so I figure why bother.
    Anyway, the “39 Clues”…Tim listened to one on an MP3 borrowed from the library and liked it enough to choose another one as his price at the library. Emilie has listened to one, too.
    Stef is reading the “Keeker” series which makes me VERY proud as she is only 6 and reading what I think is a Grade 3 level book.
    Genevieve is re-reading the “In Grandma’s Attic” series and I got this book on Richard the Lionheart from the library. It is about 600 pages and I was thinking how am I going to lay in bed and read this…haha…Well, I checked on my library apps on my phone and galaxy and voila – they had it so now I can lay in bed with my itty-bitty phone and read it 🙂 I should see how many pages it translates to on my phone – probably like 2,000 hahaha.
    Of course, Tim is still into Garfield and Em has been at camp. Last I saw, she and Jon were reading Spiderman (SOOOOO deep)

    • JenSchon

      I have to say that the “Hunger Games” and “Divergent” are not the same genre as “Harry Potter”. It’s nice the children all enjoy reading – it’s a quiet activity. 🙂

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