Wednesday, October 1, 2008

September Recap

Here's what I read this past month:

Magyk by Angie Sage: Babies are switched in the night. Jenna ends up with the Heap family. Who is she really? And what happened to the Heap's baby?

Revenge of the Cheerleaders by Janette Rallison: A not-so-nice guy makes up mean songs about his girlfriend's sister, who's a cheerleader. She decides to beat him in an American Idol style contest.

The Loser's Guide to Life and Love by A.E. Cannon: Ed is stuck with the video store name tag "Sergio." He decides to pretend to be someone he's not when a cute girl comes into the store.

A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson: Bryson's adventures walking the Appalachian Trail.

Found by Margaret Peterson Haddix: A plane lands out of nowhere with 30 babies on board. What happened to them and where did they come from?

Deep and Dark and Dangerous by Mary Downing Hahn: Ali spends the summer with her aunt on at a lake resort and meets a very strange girl named Cissy.

Schooled by Gordon Korman: Cap has been raised by his hippie grandma. When she gets hurt, he has to go to regular school and he has to deal with the kids there, but more interestingly, they have to deal with him.

The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson: Jenna wakes up from an accident with amnesia. Then the questions start flying. Who is she really?

A Crooked Kind of Perfect by Linda Urban: Zoe wants to play the piano, but has to settle for the organ instead.

The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery: Valency is an old maid with a newly found attitude about how she wants to live her life.

Elephant Run by Roland Smith: Nick is sent to his father's teak plantation in Burma to be safe from WWII bombing in London. It turns out that it's much more dangerous in Burma!

ARRGGHH! I can't pick a favorite this month! They were all great!


  1. I haven't read a single one of these books yet but I've got about half of them on my TBR list! Glad to know you recommend them so highly!

  2. Wow! You did a lot of reading last month! I should probably start keeping track of what I read each month. I just tally everything up for the year.




Related Posts with Thumbnails