But not really in order…just stacked on shelf to read soon or on the list pad on corner.
- Masquerade by Georgette Heyer
- The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robertson (reread)
- The Outsiders by Hinton (reread and teaching again in classes)
- The Interlopers by Saki (started and not finished-heard about from a friend)
- The Tempest by Shakespeare (reread because daughter just read for first time)
- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer Stone by Rowling (okay…8th time reading but going to harry Potter World for first time so…)
- Dance of Thieves by Pearson (reread but such an awesome reread for nonstop heart pounding “scream at pages to stop character from…yeah, like that kind of read.)
- Top headline on http://www.newsela.com (because it is the only news site I actually like)
- Air Awakens by Kova (since everyone needs a little magic in the air-found it at thrift books and blurb is well, catchy…)
- Find an article about Chorkie’s and their teeth (worried about Darcy’s back tooth and heard Yorkie’s and their teeth…)
Passing along the message promoting a new generation of ham radio operators in the making. #hamradio
The Grand Sophy. Can’t wait.
So great. Will watch again and again. My favorite part is the little additions of side remarks and backhanded humor we all say to ourselves as a reader when we are reading the book. Well written and well done.
Stay inside… read a book that has been jumping on the shelf begging to be turned.
Top 10 Short Stories Students Will Be Motivated and Eager to Read More-to the theme of BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR
- Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs
- King Midas-Greek Myths
- Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allen Poe
- Galoshes of Fortune by Hans Christian Anderson
- Button, Button by Richard Matheson
- Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury
- Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell
- The Landlady by Roald Dahl
- Jack and the Beanstalk-English Fairy Tale
- Phaethon -Greek Myths
My Top Ten Classics Read After High School and College
They can only cram so much within the age of schooling. Here are the top favorites that I missed out in schooling but enjoyed because…well, because old style writers can be intriguing to analyze and simply enjoy.
- Pride and Prejudice-Austen
- Murder on the Orient Express-Christie
- North and South-Gaskell
- Under the Greenwood Tree-Hardy
- A Night To Remember-Lord
- Treasure Island-Stevenson
- The Whipping Boy-Fleischman
- Diary of Anne Frank-Frank