Thursday 13: 13 Library Books

Yesterday the power was out in the afternoon.  It was hot.  The kids and I went to the library and as luck would have it, they checked out 13 books between the two of them!

  1. Geronimo Stilton:  The Wild Wild West
  2. Geronimo Stilton: Surf’s Up, Geronimo
  3. Magic Tree House #8: Midnight on the Moon
  4. Magic Tree House #18: Buffalo Before Breakfast
  5. Magic Tree House #3: Mummies in the Morning
  6. Henry & Ribsy;  Beverly Cleary
  7. Freckle Juice;  Judy Blume
  8. The Turnip;  retold by Harriet Ziefert
  9. A Fly Went By;  Mike McClintock
  10. Luke’s Own Ladder;  Su Swallow & Barbara Nascimbeni
  11. An Elephant & Piggie Book:  Watch Me Thrown the Ball;  Mo Willems
  12. The Prince’s Tooth is Loose;  Harriet Ziefert
  13. Emma’s Yucky Brother;  Jean Little

The Boy has also read James and the Giant Peach and is also currently reading Superfudge. I’m so proud of my little reader!  He just turned 7 in June.

Thursday 13

8 Responses

  1. Good books. Be lucky you get away with 13, we’ve been known to check out 20! I just can’t turn them down then it’s a book they want! lol!

  2. This list is so nostalgic for me. Hey, when did Judy Blume branch out from the Junie B books?

  3. whao you are such a good reader 😀

  4. The only two I recognized were those by Cleary and Blume. Hope the kids enjoy them!

  5. Great list. My kids have read most (of not all) of these. Magic Tree House was a favorite series in our house.

  6. LOVE the Elephant and Piggie books. LOVE.

    My favorite is the party one.

    “A fancy swimming costume party?”
    –“I know parties.”
    “He had BETTER know parties.”


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