Sunday, March 07, 2010

15 Books to Read

15 books...Share

"Don't take too long. Select fifteen books you've read that will always stick with you. Copy the instructions into your own note & tag fifteen friends, including me please, as I'm interested in seeing what books my friends who like books choose. to copy maryann, i'm a nerd. and nerds need to know..."

I rarely (if ever) do these Facebook meme things, but I can knock this one out without thinking, so...

In no particular order:

1. Push - Sapphire
2. Drown - Junot Diaz
3. Deals w/The Devil & Other Reasons to Riot -- Pearl Cleage
4. Towelhead - Alicia Erian
5. Going Down - Jennifer Belle
6. Fledling - Octavia Butler
7. Prisoner's Daughter - Asha Bandele
8. Baby Love - Rebecca Walker
9. Miles (Autobiography) - Quincy Troupe
10. House on Mango Street - Sandra Ciscernos
11. Autobiography of Maclom X - Malcom X
12. Black Girl in Paris - Shay Youngblood
13. Lucky - Alice Sebold
14. Dark - Kenji Jasper
15. Good Bones & Other Simple Murders - Margaret Atwood

16. Lilith's Brood - Triology - Octavia Butler
17. Coldest Winter Ever - Sister Souljah
18. The Way Forward is w/a Broken Heart - Alice Walker
19. 3 - Julie Hilden
20. Doom Fox - Iceberg Slim



Why are Children not reading?

Snappy the Fox and other Sleep Time Stories by Timothy and John Jobin McAuliffe
11 Stories & Poetry to teach a love of reading. Ordering Information 8.5 x 8.5 Color Paperback ISBN: 9781432719340
$18.95 Book Information Genre:JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Beginner Publication:Jan 082009 Pages:61 Books by Timothy and John Jobin McAuliffe Snappy the Fox and other Sleep Time Stories Children are not reading enough and it stops good development of attention skills.The Stories teach Children two important skills. Learn to love to read. Learn not to harm wildlife. This treasure from Pages Shelby the Penguin Shelby the Penguin was walking one day at the north pole. He had something on his mind. His Mothers birthday was that day. Shelby knew he should not touch the oven it would be to hot. But how was he to get a birthday cake? So he went to the store to buy a birthday cake for his Mommy. He hid the Birthday cake in the refrigerator at his home. Then Shelby the Penguin made a birthday party for his Mommy. Shelby the Penguin made presents for his Mommy. Shelby the Penguin made signs and balloons for the party. Everyone was proud of what a great job Little Shelby the Penguin did For the Party. By John Jobin McAuliffe

Jesson said...

I really love to read books before, but now I read through E-book reader...

I will read those books!!!