Monday, 20 February 2012

What are you reading? #103

What are you reading on Monday? is a weekly meme hosted by Rachel at Home Girl's Book Blog where you post books completed last week and plans for upcoming books. Jump over to her blog and see who else is participating.

Books I've read this week

Sweet Hearts: Model Behaviour by Jo Cotterill
Children's, 8 years +
(You'll need tissues for this insightful read...)


Welcome to Alien School by Carol Heart and Ed Eaves
Children's, Picture book
(The book starts out normal but rapidly heads into life in space school!)

Picasso's Trousers by Nicholas Allan
Children's, Picture book,
(An informative read about the famous painter...)

Alfie: All About Alfie by Shirley Hughes
Children's, Early Reader/Picture book
(Part of Alfie's life reminds me of the Railway Children film...)

Monstersaurus by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort
Children's, Picture book
(This is a read which surprised me in a good way, with some super cute illustrations!)

Minnow and the Bear by Ben Blathwayt
Children's, Picture book
(The level of detail in the illustrations is phenomenal!)

Gary and Ray by Sarah Adams
Children's, Picture book
(A sentimental read, with a few surprises...)

Desert Angel by Charlie Price
Young Adult, Thriller
(This book is AMAZING! I do not lie. I've heard it's going to be made into a TV drama too. No sequel as of yet...)

Heart-shaped Bruise by Tanya Byrne
Release Date:  May 2012, cover TBD
Young Adult
(This leaped to the top of the reading title purely by the title. What's inside is hard going, but the humour helps lighten it a little...)

Eclipse by Stephanie Meyer
Young Adult
(Ok so I'm liking the series as a light read more the second time around. Bella is still often an idiot, but fun things happen!)

Books I'm Re-Reading

Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer
Just started this last night, it's one I've been eager to get to. The hardback is a bit of a brick though....


1 comment:

Melanie said...

It's been years since I've read any of the Twilight books. I sometimes wonder if I'd like them again the second time around.