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Updated List of Books Read! February 22, 2009

Filed under: good news,life is flippin suh-weet — Rachel @ 11:42 am

Books Read In 2009

1.” Possible Side Effects” by Augusten Burroughs

2. “Sellevision” by Augusten Burroughs

3. “A Wolf At The Table” by Augusten Burroughs

4. * “Ramona The Pest” by Beverly Cleary* ( My mom first read this to me when I was five years old. I love children’s literature.)

5.*”Beezus and Ramona” by Beverly Cleary *

6. *”Ramona and Her Mother” by Beverly Cleary*

7. *”Ramona’s World” by Beverly Cleary*

8. “The Miner’s Daughter” by  Gretchen Moran Laskas

9. “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” by Sherman Alexie

10.  “What Happened to Cass McBride?” by Gail Giles

11.  “A Girl Named Zippy” by Haven Kimmel

12. “Mermaids In the Basement” by Michael Lee West

13. “Schooled” by Anisha Lakhani

14. “Looking For Alaska” by John Green

15. “Sold” by Patricia McCormick

16.* “Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer (yes, AGAIN!)*

17. *”New Moon”* by Stephenie Meyer (ditto!)*

18 *”Eclipse”* by Stephenie Meyer*

19.*”Breaking Dawn”* by Stephenie Meyer*

20. “Waiting for Normal” by Leslie Connor

21. *”Tales of a Fourth-Grade Nothing” by Judy Blume*

22.* “Fudge-a-Mania” by Judy Blume*

23. “Double Fudge” by Judy Blume

24. “Pretty Little Devils” by Nancy Holder

25. “Skylark” by Patricia MacLachlan

25 down…175 to go….I think I can do it! I have several more lined up to read, and got behind on my new book reading while I took a break to re-read the “Twilight” series. There have also been a few that, honestly, I just wasn’t loving it and read them about half-way through, and then just returned them to the library. Oops. I don’t think that that is so bad though…can’t waste our time reading books we don’t like!

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2 Responses to “Updated List of Books Read!”

  1. Sara Says:

    Yeah. I’m at like… Eleven. Way to go though!

  2. Rachel Says:

    Ha, thank you, 11 is great too! (Several of these were like 100-150 pages long, so it’s not like they were all day long reads).


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