Found these at the library today. Going to read them with the kids. #StarWars
Saw another Litten post about these books and had to check them out. I‘m not a Star Wars super fan, but I definitely have some nostalgia that creeps up on me sometimes!
These are cute middle grade books that are similar in style to the Wimpy Kid books. Very quick read for an adult; the plot involves some learning about what makes someone seem cool or not in sixth grade.
1. Nay-I‘m intrigued by the concept but often side-eye the book choices.
2. I tripped on the stairs and fell sideways into some guy‘s lap during Freshman orientation for my scholarship group.
4. Eastern VA to visit my parents.
Friday lunch is fried eggs and coffee paired with #kidlit. This one is super popular at the library and I can see why, although it talks way more about crushes and girls than I expected. (Its characters are in 6th grade but I'd bet its average reader was 3rd or 4th.) Love the case file concept and the book design. Pages are printed to look artfully crumpled, but a thoughtful reader or 50 at my library went ahead and crumpled them for real 😆
My non-reading pursuits include an obsession with #origami, fostered by a love for the mythological danuki. The danuki is a Japanese raccoon-dog who uses his testicles as an umbrella when it rains. You see a lot of icons of him around Japan, including a Hello Kitty version, which seems so wrong! #litsyreads #uncannyOctober @RealLifeReading
For today's #octphotochallenge. I cannot even begin to express how much I love this series! It has the best portrayal of a librarian, too. I met Tom Angleberger and he made me my very origami yoda. I was devastated when I lost it.