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Miss Pippi
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January 20th, 2011

What a weekend! I don't think I have read so many books in one sitting. My emotions were to the extremes of sleepiness, happiness, wakefulness and crankiness. Would I do this challenge again? I am not certain. I'm cheering myself to "yes, yes, YES," but also shouting, "Are you nuts!?" I would encourage everyone to try it at least once. It's a great experience to test your reading strength.

Now the final counts...

Miss Pippi
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January 20th, 2011

An afternoon of reading in the rain next to a fireplace.

Zorgamazoo by Robert Paul Weston

     This was just a fun story to follow. It's a complete story in rhyme! Round of applause for Robert Paul Weston. I would also recommend this book as a read-a-loud or forensics piece.

The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

Miss Pippi
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January 20th, 2011

One last post for the evening! I went a different route in literature, one graphic novel and a short series.

Miss Pippi
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January 20th, 2011

The final night of reading and the last early morning update...

I dug out an old classic to read before taking a sleeping break. One of my classic childhood books is Mandy by Julie (Andrews) Edwards. Throughout childhood Mandy always inspired me to dream big. It's a fantastic story about a little girl who discovers a special place and makes it her own. I should read this book every year.

Miss Pippi
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January 20th, 2011

Another day, another book! It's a great day to read in WI! Today is wet and gray and here's what I've been reading...

Tell Me Who by Jessica Wollman

The "newest" book I have ever read. The children talked about IPhones, High School Musical and American Idol. I really stick to different time periods so this blew my mind. The book is a nice shape and a fun read. Who doesn't want to find out who they'll marry?

Up and Down the Scrathy Mountains by Laurel Snyder

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