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IMM is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren.

I received a book in the mail for review:
The Wild Adventures of Eli Johnson and Curly Bill
The Wild Adventures of Eli Johnson and Curly Bill by Dan Wright.

I'm going to start reading this tonight with the boy child. It's a western/ action and adventure story. It sounded like something my 8 year old would love, so I'm happy to read and review this book. It should be good ole' mommy-child bonding over books.

I downloaded a few (free) books off the Sony e-reader store:


The Strange Case of Finley Jayne
The Strange Case of Finley Jane by Kady Cross.

Summer's Crossing
Summer's Crossing by Julie Kagawa.

Last week's Amazon order came in the mail!

D'Aulaires' Book of Trolls (New York Review Children's Collection)
D'Aulaires' Book of Trolls 
D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths
D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Mythology.
 
Of course, I plan on stopping into Barnes and Noble tomorrow while I'm out bathing suit shopping. So this list could change. =)

Comments

  1. Oooh the book on norse mythology looks very cool! I loved girl in the steel corset but I haven't read the prequel yet-I definitely should though.

    The Cait Files

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  2. Yay, your mythology books came! Future MM, mayhaps? ^.~

    Oh, did you hear that STORK by Wendy Delsol has some Norse mythology AND Hans Christian Andersen roots? I want to read this...

    Oh, and I responded about WARPED, etc. Did you wind up snagging a copy yet?

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  3. The free e-books you downloaded are both fantastic! Loved getting into Puck's mind--he actually is vulnerable for a few pages!--and loved reading more about Finley Jane. Like Cait said, I loved the Girl in the Steel Corset!

    Happy reading!!

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