It’s Monday! What are you reading?

What fun! I had more time than usual to read this week as I headed across the country for my cousin’s wedding, but I unfortunately spent most of my time reading trashy magazines and sleeping. I fly out to Seattle tonight, so if I can’t sleep, you know what I’ll be doing.

Each image links to my GoodReads review.


I read several upcoming/recently released books on NetGalley this week. I still need to figure out how to get Adobe Digital Editions onto my iPad, but until then, I’m going through every book on my laptop…

ElefanteSquish #3: The Power of the ParasiteSquish #4: Captain DisasterKatie Woo Rules the School It Jes' Happened: When Bill Traylor Started to DrawInfinity and MeAmerican Hip Hop: Rappers, DJs, and Hard BeatsButterfly, Flea, Beetle, and Bee: What Is an Insect


The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School


Buckyworks: Buckminster Fuller's Ideas for Today

I’m not actually anywhere near done with BuckyWorks, but I’ve skimmed every chapter and now I’m going back and reading it. So I’ll be reading it more this coming week.

As far as what I’ll be reading this week, I’m not planning on setting any lofty goals as I need to hunker down and get my classroom packed and my gradebook organized as the end of the year swiftly approaches. It’s also the first week for Teachers Write, which should be pretty rad.

4 thoughts on “It’s Monday! What are you reading?”

  1. Katie Woo looks hysterical! I just love the cover!

    Squish is just awesome, how can you not look at those covers and think awesome?

    I really like the Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School! I haven’t read any more but I thought it was really cute.

    1. Squish 4 is seriously my favorite yet, and I’m not usually someone who says, no, now THIS is my favorite, no, now THIS IS my favorite as new books are released. :)

  2. A lot of your picture books look really intriguing. I’ve only read the first Squish book – I need to catch up with that series! I claim Candace Fleming as my favorite author, but I still have never read The Fabled Fourth Graders. Shameful, I know!

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