Our Week in Books #2

Goodreads only allows a book to be added once (as far as I can work out!) so leaving the first read date for a picture book means that for some weeks I’d have no picture books showing as read so I’ve decided to change the read date for each different date a book is read (it still might have been read several times on one day!) so my weekly post will therefore show picture books read within each week and the Goodreads shelf will show unique books read in the year working towards the 300 total.

Picture Books read this week:
The Rabbit Problem Wolf Won't Bite! Little Wizard. Kazuno Kohara Oh No, George! Oh, the Places You'll Go! Rosie's Walk Each Peach Pear Plum Princess Evie's Ponies: Neptune the Magic Sea Pony Alfie's Feet Princess Pearl and the Underwater Kingdom Princess Evie's Ponies: Silver the Magic Snow Pony Ella Princess Evie's Ponies: Diamond the Magic Unicorn Have You Seen Who's Just Moved In Next Door To Us? Can You Catch a Mermaid? Red Riding Hood and the Sweet Little Wolf Lollipop and Grandpa Go Swimming. Penelope Harper & Cate James Cheer Up Your Teddy Bear, Emily Brown Anna Hibiscus' Song Claude at the Circus. by Alex T. Smith The Goldilocks Variations: A Pop-up BookThe Gingerbread Boy Goldilocks And The Three Bears The Princess And The Frog The Very Hungry Caterpillar The Pigeon Wants a Puppy! Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book? Colours The Somethingosaur. by Tony Mitton The Magic Hoop. Chlo & Mick Inkpen

Books added to shelves: 6 second-hand; pack of 5 ladybird fairy tales; 8 from Red House sale; 6 review copies; 3 from Mostly Books using loyalty card as part payment; 3 Kindle (one free). Cumulative book spend: £43.42 + £12 loyalty card (34 books + 3 Kindle)

Challenge books read: Twelve Minutes to Midnight by Christopher Edge (reviewed here); Shadows of the Silver Screen by Christopher Edge (reviewed here)

Year progress: 12/365 = 3.3%
Picture Book Challenge progress: 48/300 = 16.0%
50 Book Challenge / Read 52 progress: 4/52 = 7.7%

A reading challenge from http://liveotherwise.co.uk/makingitup

2 responses to “Our Week in Books #2

  1. I think you need to increase your picture book target, you’re going great guns! 🙂
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