Sunday, November 30, 2014

Taking Stock - November

Total posts: 14

Total books this month: 31

Total books this year: 318


Audio: 7/63

Debut: 0/8

Picture books: 13/86

The Good:  Went to the weekend of NCTE and then the ALAN workshop. Got a ton of books and arc that will send the tbr into the stratosphere. I read a lot but posted only two reviews.

The Bad:  Way, way, way behind in my reviews! Need to get a few more debuts read before year's end.

The Books:
288. El Deafo by Cece Bell (11/2)*
289. Here Comes the Easter Cat by Deborah Underwood (11/4)
290. Firefly July: a year of very short poems by Paul B. Janeczko (11/4)
291. My Teacher is a Monster by Peter Brown (11/4)
292. Quest by Aaron Becker (11/4)
293. The Farmer and the Clown by Marla Frazee (11/4)
294. Sparky! by Jenny Offill & Chris Applehaus (11/4)
295. Josephine by Patricia Hruby Powell (11/5)
296. Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross (11/7)
297. The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima (11/8)
298. Tequila Mockingbird by Tim Federle (11/9)*
299. The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher by Dana Alison Levy (11/9)
300. Wall by Tom Clohosy Cole (11/9)
301. The Long Haul by Jeff Kinney (11/11)
302. Beautiful Moon: a child's prayer by Tonya Bolden (11/13)
303. The Swift Boys and Me by Kody Keplinger (11/16)
304. Popular: a memoir, vintage wisdom for a modern geek by Maya Van Wegenen (11/17)*
305. Poisoned Apples: poems for you, my pretty by Christine Heppermann (11/18)*
306. Santa Clauses: short poems from the North Pole by Bob Raczka (11/19)
307.Winter Bees & Other Poems of the Cold by Joyce Sidman (11/19)
308. The Iron Trials by Holly Black & Cassandra Clare (11/21)*
309. Lost in Babylon by Peter Lerangis (Seven Wonders #2) 11/21
310. Honey by Sarah Weeks (11/23)*
311. The Categorical Universe of Candace McPhee by Barry Jonsberg (11/23)*
312. The Boundless by Kenneth Oppel (11/24)*
313. Return of the Padawan by Jeffrey Brown (11/28)
314. Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld (11/29)
315. Glamourpuss by Sarah Weeks (11/29)
316. Please, Mr. Panda by Steve Antony (11/29)
317. Should You Be a River: a poem about love by Ed Young (11/30)

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