Wednesday, January 6, 2010


On Tuesday I signed up for the library's winter reading program. When I signed up I asked the lady if I had to read adult books. I don't think she knew what to say.
After reading so much for school, children's books are just right for me. They are uncomplicated, nontechnical, and short. I'm talking picture books here. No chapter books for me. Ross and I read the books as bedtime stories. My favorite is still Skippyjon Jones by Judy Schachner.
I did check out some adult books. Maybe I'll finish the Steven King book I started a few months ago. It was checked out when we were at the library. The reason I didn't finish it wasn't because it wasn't good--it was because I already read that part in the graphic novel series, so I already know what is going to happen--it kind of wrecks it. Five books in two months really isn't that much to read. We'll see.


Team Serrins Springfield said...

I really like reading young adult books like Harry Potter or Percy Jackson or Golden Compass but I'm trying to force myself to read some adult books too. I'm participating in the book club at work partially to force myself to expand my reading horizons.

Nicole said...

I'm trying to read more too. I can never finish a book. My goal is four books in 2010. I'd never be able to do five in two months. I have almost no reading-focus.