March 14, 2011

It's Monday: What Are You Reading? (35)

What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted over at Book Journey where bloggers gather to share what we have recently read and what we are currently reading. 

I finished: 

Building Treehouses for Learning by Annette Lamb (textbook)
Building Treehouses for Learning: Technology in Today's Classroom

The Reader's Advisory Guide to Genre Fiction by Joyce G. Saricks (textbook)
The Readers' Advisory Guide to Genre Fiction (ALA Readers' Advisory)

I am currently reading: 

Impossible by Nancy Werlin (audiobook) 

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling (reread)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Book 2)

Making the Corps by Thomas E. Ricks
Making the Corps: 10th Anniversary Edition with a New Afterword by the Author

Next up: 

Night Hawk by Stephen Overholser (for class)
Five Star First Edition Westerns - Night Hawk: A Western Story

What are you reading? 


Jennifer said...

I'm reading "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". Saw the Swedish movies so decided to give the books a whirl. It's taking a little longer than normal for me to read it.

Bonnie said...

Wow what a great list! This is my first time visiting your blog and I have to say I love your name and headder!
You can see my "What are you reading post" here:

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Is Impossible good on audio? I am always looking for audio :) And harry Potter - well you cant go wrong and now you make me want to pull one off of my shelf and read it ;)

theredbookspeaks said...

Oh Harry Potter...I think it's rather impossible to not enjoy a re-read of those. That's on my goal list for this year, but we'll see how it goes. I've got a few other re-reads in mind as well as many new series. This is my first visit to you blog, and I love the title and header! I hope you have a great week :)

Julie said...

Night Hawk sounds very interesting. I look forward to hearing what you thought of it.

Jan von Harz said...

I read Impossible last year and truly enjoyed it. Hope you are enjoying it on audio. Have a great week

Tasha said...

Yay Harry Potter! Have a fab week. See what I'm reading here and don't forget to join in Read My Review, which this week has a Cute and Fluffy theme.

Annette Laing said...

Happy though I am to take credit for "Building Treehouses for Learning," the author is actually Annette Lamb. :)

Super said...

Haha - oops! Annette Lamb is my teacher! How did I mix that up? This is why you shouldn't blog when tired. Thanks for catching the mistake. :)

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