Monday, 18 February 2013

What are YOU reading? #154

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


The Diamond Thief by Sharon Gosling
Children's, 9 years +,
(Remy's trapeze acts aren't the only things to take your breath away in this plot twist filled read.  Check out my review for more...) 

Farm Babies by Liz and Kate Pope
Children's, Board book
(An inventive way of getting readers involved in learning about farm animals with jigsaw pieces!) 

Mummy and Baby Farm
Children's, Board book
(A cute read about farm animal mothers with their children)

Stop That Egg! by Helen Poole
Children's, Picture book
(A hilarious tale with a sp-egg-tacular end [That pun was waiting to happen!]!)

Always and Forever by Debi Gliori and Alan Durant
Children's, Picture book
(A compassionate read about all aspects of death - I cried!)

Far Rockaway by Charlie Fletcher
Young Adult
(The incredibly awesome parts were sadly too few and too infrequent for me...) 

This Child Of Mine by Sinead Moriarty
(This is one emotion filled a good way!)


Rainbow Brite
Anime, English
(Oddly I don't remember this series from the 1980s at all, which has me wondering if I ever watched it or just wanted to watch it...) 

H20 Just Add Water:  Season 3
Drama, English
(Loving how Rikki is drifting away from the no business sense Zane...) 

Anime, Japanese version
(Waiting for episodes for this intriguing drama is torture! It is simulcast soon after the episode is shown in Japan, and with a heroine who has no name and relives her days over and over it's one that makes you think...)

Winx Club:  Season 3
REWATCH! - French version
(This is the season which made me love rather than tolerate Stella...)

Shugo Chara!
REWATCH! - Anime, Japanese version
(I needed a tissue as Nadeshko has left! She will be back in another season...) 

Anime, French version
(I think being ill while watching the 1st episode led to me thinking it was good, but not brilliant. I fell in love with Heidi's purity and enthusiasm in episode 2...)