Have you scrolled through the #Read15in15 twitter hashtag? You can find a wide selection of book recommendations from educators across the globe. Because I tend to lose track of the books I read, I decided to capture my reads in blog updates for myself along the year. Reading on Oyster has been so much fun this year. So far in 2015 I have read:
Outviews by Brandt Legg – Fun YA book if you like fantasy, dystopian society, style stories with many complicated details.
Stuck in Downward Dog by Chantel Guertin – Simple, light-hearted, easy to read chic lit!
Panic by Sharon Draper – From one of my all time favorite YA authors, this was a surprise. The story is meant for older teenagers, and no one younger. There are so adult-content details and scary-because-they-could-happen plots that had me cringing, but grateful someone was willing to tackle.
- Word After Word After Word by Patricia MacLachlan – I wrote about my love of this book as a mentor text already.
I have a million books on my “to be read” pile (whether real books or virtual!). Who knows what I will finish next.
What are you reading? Any great recommendations?
I’m reading Gone Girl didn’t see movie because it ruins the book for me
I loved Gone Girl (the book)!
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