You counted correctly, there are 14 pseudo-chapter books in that photo.
It's true. I have a sickness and am merrily passing it along to my daughter.
I l-o-v-e love the library.
We also discovered books on tape. Or CD. Or whatever. I can already tell this section of the library will be a fast favorite! I don't really know why we never investigated this area before, but sadly we did not.
We immediately started listening to Junie B. Jones on the ride home and Annelise was entranced. I can't say I'm impressed by the author's obsession with using words like stupid, dumb, hate, funner and bestest, so we shall see if Junie B. ever visits again. The narrator is great though and Annelise is really enjoying listening (and has promised NOT to start talking like Junie B. in the slightest manner).
For a read-aloud we checked out Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (also making a promise of a movie day to watch the Willy Wonka movie--the Gene Wilder version, not Johhny Depp though).
I also went a little literary crazy. Thanks to the Goodreads iPhone app. I was able to browse my to-read shelf and then wander the library aisles with purpose.
It felt so good.
I think we floated out of the library. Well, in all honesty our bulging tote bag kept us somewhat grounded.
That felt good too.
What's on your summer reading list? Please spill...
Do you listen to books on CD? Any suggestions for children's must reads?