Thursday, December 15, 2011

What's on Your Night-stand?

SLO Classical Academy took to the streets, er playground, to ask a question: What books are on your night-stand?  


Donna Jacobson, Track B
Radical by David Platt, 
The Flint Heart by Eden Phillpotts (to read with the kids)
Paul by Walter Wangerin
Black by Ted Dekker









Penny Malley, Track B


Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien (family read-aloud in the big bed)
A Voice in the Wind by Francine Rivers






Edie Overduin, Track A

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak 
Reveille in Washington 1861-1865 by Margaret Leech
The Disappearing Spoon by 
Sam Kean
Except for Thee and Me by Jessamyn West
Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel




Jenny Curzan, Track B
Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp in rhyme byArthur Ransome
Dinotopia by James Gurney
The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairytales Retold by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch






Perhaps you'll find a new vacation read among these titles.  Thank you, ladies!

Our winner for the Kindness drawing is Jenny Bischoff.  Thank you for sharing your character traits pdf, Jenny! Enjoy your Starbucks gift card.

2 comments:

pennymalley said...

Great idea for a blog post! besides my own, I only recognize a few of these titles... I will need to remedy that! I'd especially love to hear what families are choosing for their read-alouds. We love reading books that aren't "assigned", but it's a bonus if they take place in the same time period we are currently studying. Of course, my kids were DYING the other night as Ted read, "Walter the Farting Dog" to them. Funny thing- the description on the cover says "a family classic"! :-)

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