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It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

It's Monday again! I hope you had a great week. I finished a great book ~ although I haven't written the review yet. I didn't get many reviews done at all, actually. Maybe I'll do more this week! This meme is being hosted by Sheila at One Persons Journey Through a World of Books, so hop over there if you'd like to see what others are reading too. Here's what I've been up to this week:

Book completed last week:
My Name Is Asher Lev by Chaim Potok ~ review to come soon

Up next:
This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Trotter
First Daughter by Eric Van Lustbader
Last Snow by Eric Van Lustbader

Reviews written last week:
Sleep, Baby, Sleep by Marianne Cusimano Love
What My Children Are Reading This Week:
  • Ten Apples Up On Top by Dr. Seuss
  • Dancing Dinos Go to School by Sally Lucas and Margeaux Lucas
  • Baby Giraffe Learn Colors with Me
Visit One Persons Journey through a world of Books to see what others are reading.


  1. I remember my parents reading My Name is Asher Lev when I was a kid-I tried it then, but wasn't really old enough. Thanks for reminding me of an oldie I should maybe get back to. Have a great reading week!

  2. Definitely try Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. It's so good! Thanks for your comment. Asher Lev's book is excellent.

  3. This is Where I Leave You is one that is on my list to read this year!!

    Have a great reading week!

  4. I tried leaving a comment earlier but blogger was being fussy so if this is a duplicate - sorry about that but I think my comment didnt go through. :)

    I look forward to your review of My Name Is Asher.

    Have a great week of reading opportunities!

  5. I haven't read any of Lustbader's for ages - I used to like them.

    Happy reading!

  6. Sleep, Baby, Sleep sounds like one I might like.

    My post:

  7. My first time visiting your blog, hope you have a great week, happy reading!

  8. Hope you have a great reading week! Here's mine for this week:


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