Monday, January 31, 2011

100 Books-a-Month Challenge :: January 2011

Are there any of you still participating in this challenge?  I have been debating whether or not I would continue this on my blog.  We are reading, reading, reading over here.  By keeping these monthly lists, it helps me keep record of what we've read, for the most part and I still like that.  Let me know if you're still with us!

Here's our list for this month:

  1. My Food Pyramid by Alisha Niehaus
  2. Vegetarian Fact Finder by Ellen Klavan
  3. About Mammals: A Guide for Children by Cathryn Sill
  4. What is a Mammal? by Robert Snedden
  5. Weird Wildlife Mammals by Jen Green
  6. One Too Many: A Seek & Find Counting Book by Gianna Marino
  7. Giraffes Can't Dance by Giles Andreae
  8. Cows Sweat Through Their Noses and Other Freaky Facts about Animals Habits, Characteristics, and Homes by Barbara Seuling
  9. Lola Loves Stories by Anna McQuinn
  10. Kitchen Dance by Maurie J. Manning
  11. Silly Knock-Knocks by Joseph Rosenbloom
  12. The Right Touch by Sandy Kleven
  13. One Drowsy Dragon by Ethan Long
  14. Bones: Our Skeletal System by Seymour Simon
  15. No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons) by Jean Pendziwol
  16. Dora and the Birthday Wish Adventure adapted by Emily Sollinger
  17. Fairy Wings by Lauren Mills & Dennis Nolan
  18. Cinderella by Gordon Fitchett
  19. Littlest Pet Shop Eye See It! Can You Find Them All? by Sam Wolff
  20. The Return to Narnia: The Rescue of Prince Caspian based on C.S. Lewis
  21. Thomas and the Rumors and other stories by Britt Allcroft
  22. The Cats Kids by Kay Chorao
  23. Tinkering Tink by Elle D. Risco
  24. Miss Bindergarten Stays Home from Kindergarten by Joseph Slate
  25. Olivia helps with Christmas by Ian Falconer
  26. Caillou Happy Holidays! by Marilyn Pleau-Murissi
  27. Midsummer Knight by Gregory Rogers
  28. Rapunzel's Amazing Hair by Kiki Thorpe
  29. I am a Home-Schooler by Julie Voetberg
  30. Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity by Mo Willems

Read by Pretty Girl
31. Pat, Cat, and Rat by Sindy McKay
32. Big Cats by Bruce Johnson
33. Bugs on the Buz by Paul Orshoski & D.J. Panec
34. Which Pet is Best? by Bruce Johnson
35. Where is My Frog? by Paul Orshoski
36. Biscuit Finds a Friend by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
37. Biscuit Visits the Big City by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
38. Fancy Nancy and the Boy from Pairs by Jane O'Connor
39. Fancy Nancy Sees Stars by Jane O'Connor
40. Fancy Nancy My Family History by Jane O'Connor
41. Welcome to Narnia by Jennifer Frantz
42. Tea with Mr. Tumnus by Jennifer Frantz
43. Ant in Her Pants by Paul Orshoski
44. It Could Still Be a Mammal by Allan Fowler

Read to The Boy
45. Barney says, "Please and Thank You" by Stephen White
46. How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends? by Jane Yolen & Mark Teague
47. I Smell Honey by Andrea & Brian Pinkney
48. Eeyore inspired by A.A. Milne
49. Pirates: Robbers of the High Seas by Gail Gibbons
50. The Dragon and the Turtle by Donita K. Paul & Evangeline Denmark

Books I read
51. Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought of by Vicki Lansky
52. Baking Soda: Over 500 Fabulous, Fun & Frugal Uses You've Probably Never Thought of by Vicki Lansky
53. Freedom: The Courage to be Yourself by Osho

Books on Tape/CD
54. Beezus & Ramona by Beverly Cleary
55. How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas Rockwell
56. The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis
57. The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis
58. Runaway Ralph by Beverly Cleary


Sparklee said...

Wow! Good for you! That's a lot of reading! We didn't "officially" participate in the challenge, but we do enjoy keeping track of what we read.

Our Pace said...

I'm still in. If you continue it or not I'll still be keeping track as well.

Milk and Honey Mommy said...


Although I haven't been posting, we are still in. Please keep it going. I am actually going to start talking about it more on my blog. I may not read 100 books by myself, but between the kids and me (more them than me), we read at least 100 books in one month. I am starting to keep better track because we're getting to the point where I have to ask them before I check out a book I've chosen at the library.


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