Three things:

1. I have piles of books – everywhere. They get read, eventually, but I don’t keep track. There is really no time table.

2. I keep reading in blogs how upping your book consumption can change your teaching practice.

3. Blogging and twitter challenges work.

Now add in the #MustReadin2014Challenge and voilà!

My #MustReadin2014 

Doll Bones,   Holly Black

The Boy on the Porch, Sharon Creech

Flora & Ulysses, Kate DiCamillo

The Truth of Me, Patricia MacLachlan

Small Medium at Large, Joanne Levy

Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library, Chris Grabenstein

Double Dog Dare, Lisa Graff

Hokey Pokey, Jerry Spinelli

Greetings from Nowhere, Barbara O’Connor

Capture the Flag, Kate Messner

The Year of Shadows, Claire Legrand

My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish, Mo O’Hara

Fourteenth Goldfish, Jennifer Holm

Hold Fast, Blue Balliett

Pi in the Sky, Wendy Mass

Wild Delicate Seconds, Charles Finn

Dog Songs, Mary Oliver

Adult Lit

Andrew’s Brain, E.L. Doctrow

 Cooking a Natural Transformation, Michael Pollan

Happier at Home, Gretchen Rubin

Professional Lit 

Reading in the Wild, Donalyn Miller

Finding the Heart of Nonfiction, Georgia Heard

Celebrations, Ruth Ayers

Thank you  Maria Selke from Maria’s Melange and Carrie Gelson from There’s a Book for That putting the challenge together.

Looking forward to blogging updates on April 1st, July 1st, October 1st

and a year end review.

Here’s to


5 thoughts on “#MustReadin2014

  1. So lovely you are joining us and I love your reasons. Believe in the last two and have the same issues with the first – books everywhere! It is why I made one of these lists last year – to be sure some titles didn’t get pushed to the bottom of my ever growing list! So happy to see Barbara O’Connor’s Greetings from Nowhere on your list. What a book. Happy Reading!

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