Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (03/13/19)
to kill a mockingbird-harper lee...the mid 90's
took 8 hours
13/03/18 The Ballad of the Sad Café - Carson McCullers
Met dank aan de ohmybookathon.
I got this book as a gift for Christmas 2016 off a friend, she knows I like dogs, although it looks like a children's book it's not, it's just really funny about dogs.
On holiday, read Code Name: Blondie and The Lady In The Van in the sam day.
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone: Illustrated Edition
Christmas with Billy & Me - Giovanna Fletcher
Read The Heir by Kiera Cass on 5 September 2015
Fredrik Backman - Saker min son behöver veta om världen
The Old Man and The Sea read in Tenerife
The 100, Kass Morgan
Qué hacer cuando en la pantalla aparece The End, Paula Bonet
Found this on Facebook but couldn't find the original source
I read Playing it Safe, a pretty stereotypical romantic comedy sort of book. All done while flying home for Thanksgiving!
Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck
Read Black Butler 1 on August 8th, 2014.
the fault in our stars - john green (eh)
i finished a book called hebta by M.Sadeq
The book was "Ido in Autismland", and I highly recommend it to anyone that works with individuals with autism. Wonderful book. I may have met this with Ido, but I plan on reading "A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" in a day sometime soon.
A Free Country by George Mahood
Meg Cabot - Aber bitte für immer
Animal Farm by George Orwell
I started reading Veronika decides to die by Paulo Coelho after I put the kids to bed yesterday. Still not sure if I like Coelho but it's an easy read so I figured I might as well keep reading till I was done. It only took about 3 1/2 hours and I went to bed before midnight...
Evig Søndag - Linnea Myhre
I've elected the book IV by Arjen Lubach for this goal, since I've heard it's bloodcurdlingly good. It's in Dutch, but /care.
Crazy Dangerous. While in Fredericton. I read it in an evening after supper
Did this several times!
Yesterday: The Hunger Games (Book 1)