April 13, 2015

It's Monday! What are you reading? 04/13/15



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I'm re-reading Dept. of Speculation for an upcoming Socratic Salon Book Breakdown. This was one of my very favorite books last year and I'm so glad to be diving in again.

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What are you reading? 

21 comments:

  1. I haven't read Dept of Speculation yet, but would like to at some point. Just need to find the time!

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    1. It's a quick (but powerful!!) read. I'm so glad to be re-reading it. I knew I loved it but now I can really remember why.

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  2. I'm so excited that I read Dept. of Speculation and can actually chime on at a Socratic Salon chat! Hooray!

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    1. I'm super glad too, Lindsey!! I can't wait to chat about it!

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  3. I've got to read Dept. of Speculation; sounds too intriguing to miss! I'm currently reading Dear Carolina, a debut, by Kristy Woodson Harvey; it's great, so far. Hope you have a great day!

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    1. You really ought to. It's a complete gem from start to finish. :D

      Same to you!

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  4. I'm SO excited for you to read Citizen. I just checked it out from the library (again) for a re-read during Readathon.

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    1. Hey, I'll read my copy that day too! Smart thinking, chickadee. I'm going to be very happy that I bought a copy aren't I?

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  5. You have some amazing books listed here! I haven't read Dept. of Speculation, so I'll miss out on the discussion. :( Born with Teeth really looks appealing, and that one is new to me. *tick* That's the sound of another book added to my list. *sigh*

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    1. I'm glad that the Salon is going to tackle that book. I loved it the first time I read it and I love it even more this time.

      Ha ha ha, so sorry about your tbr list ;) (And yes, Born with Teeth was wonderful.)

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  6. Dept of Speculation keeps popping up on blogs, but it has completely flown under the radar here in Australia. I'll have to keep an eye out for it.

    Since Sheila is off-blog right now I will post my Monday link here Brona's Books

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    1. It's a wonderful little book. I can't recommend it highly enough :D

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  7. I heard of El Deafo when it became a Newbery Honor book, but I haven't seen it around on many blogs yet. I'm hoping it was a good one!

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    1. I don't think I've seen it around the blogs either. Hmm, that's a shame! I really liked it a lot. :D

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  8. I haven't read Dept. of Speculation. Wish I had - would love to take part in the Socratic Salon discussions!

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    1. There's still time ;) We won't be discussing it until the end of the month and it's a short little thing! But if you don't have a chance to get to it now I do hope you will at some point. It's so, so good!

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  9. I just received Citizen from the library! I can't wait to start reading it. My kids loved El Deafo. Maybe I should put it in my pile for the read-a-thon. Have a good week.

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    1. Fantastic!! I hope you like it. Mostly, I hope I like it! I hope we're able to have a great conversation afterwards.

      El Deafo would be perfect for the readathon. Graphic novels are my jam on that day :D

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  10. I really want to get to Dept. of Speculation; I'm pretty sure I have a copy of it somewhere...

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    1. I bet you do :D It's a super little read. Short and powerful!

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  11. I've got to pick up a copy of Dept. of Speculation and get to reading!!

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