I was so excited that I could set my own Winter Reading Challenge this year because most of my reading consists of youth literature, which doesn’t usually count for adult reading programs. Perhaps it isn’t so surprising that I read mostly kids' books—I am a Children’s Librarian!
My reading list consists of books that kids have recommended to me, some books that I have always wanted to read, and some books because they are so popular. I, Miss Julie, should have me a nice variety of reading, so here we go…
1.The Water Horse
2.Hank the Cowdog
3.A Nest for Celeste
4.The Tale of Despereaux (again, for book club)
5.The Cheshire Cheese Cat:A Dickens of a Tale
6.The Familiars (Young Hoosier Award Winner)
7.The Shadows (The Books of Elsewhere Series)
8.The Cupcake Diaries (any book of the series, preferably #1)
9.Mr. and Mrs. Bunny—Detectives Extraordinaire!
10.From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
11.The View from Saturday
12.Suddenly Supernatural (Book 1)
13.Pictures of Hollis Woods
14.There’s a Rat in my soup: Could you Survive Medieval Food?
15.Darth Paper Strikes Back
16.Franny K. Stein (Any book)
17.Oliver Moon (Any book)
18.Magic Puppy (Any book)
19.Magic Kitten (Any book)