Friday, April 15, 2011

Show Us Your Life: Reading List


Yay!!! Another post about books! Kelly's Korner is hosting her Show Us Your Life and this week she wants bloggers to share their reading list.




Here are some books that I have read lately that were really good:



I am currently reading:



These are some that I hope to read in the near future:



I can't wait to see what other people are reading. I love getting suggestions from other book lovers!

10 comments:

Mrs. Davis @ The Carolina Housewife said...

I just finished The Hunger Games trilogy--loved it!

Wow, I'm seriously impressed by your reading list :-)

The Marshes said...

loving your list..I will have to get busy. I would have devoured the Help in my "pre baby" days, but with a 2 year old in the house, I am finding it very difficult to make time

Leslie said...

I loved water for elephants and the help! those were both such great books!

Jules said...

I LOVED Water for Elephants and The Help. Both are coming out as movies soon and I can't wait to see them! Jodi Piccoult is one of my favoirte authors. Have you read 19 Minutes? I loved that one.
Thanks for the recommendations. I think I know what I'll be doing this weekend :)

Cool Gal said...

I loved "The Help." I might have to read "Water for Elephants" next. Sounds like it's a good one! :)

Tickled Pink said...

Thanks for some of the suggestions!! I have added them to my list!!

Sonya said...

I read the Help and I'm currently reading Water For Elephants. The Hunger Games is one of my favorite series of all time! I really enjoyed Sing You Home even though I was torn about which side I was on through the whole book.

Katie@Yoga Gal said...

My 6th grade neighbor asked me the other day if I had read the Hunger Games yet. I had heard about the subject matter and thought that it might be a little heavy for an eleven year old! I have heard really good things about The Help.

The nice thing about the Sweet Valley book was that I had not read one since junior high, but the author made it easy to jump back in and I remembered all of the characters. Even if it was ridiculous, I am glad that I read it too- it was nice to be back in Sweet Valley. :D

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Erin said...

The Hunger Games is a must must must read! You have got to read that series!

Healthy Branscoms said...

I love Diane Chamberlain's books! Great choice! :) Erin

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