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Thankfully Reading Weekend 2012

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  1. Glad you were able to make a dent in your shelves and enjoy the reading challenge. Your girl will be a reader, no doubt! They learn by example…just look at how excited The Girl is to go to the library sales and she begs to go to the library all the time.
    Anna (Diary of an Eccentric)´s last blog post ..Review: King Solomon’s Ring by Konrad Z. Lorenz

  2. I am so envious. We’ve been going a hundred miles an hour and I got nothing read.
    Julie P.´s last blog post ..Review: The Black Box

  3. Congrats on getting so much done this weekend. Now I’m curious about Thrall especially since I’ve never read any of the poet’s work before. Have a good week.
    Vasilly´s last blog post ..Thankfully Reading Weekend Wrap Up

  4. I also participated but didn’t spend as much time as I wanted on reading. Still, any excuse to read more than normal is nice, don’t you think?
    Judith´s last blog post ..Joining the Dickens in December Event

  5. I was officially participating but I didn’t get as much reading done as I had hoped. There’s still today to finish up another book. 🙂

  6. I think seeing parents read does a lot to foster reading in a child. I’m sure Wiggles will be a reader!
    bermudaonion(Kathy)´s last blog post ..Review: Mad River

  7. I unofficially participated too by polishing off the brand new non-fiction book The 4-Hour Chef by Tim Ferriss, putting a good dent in another non-fiction powerhouse Titan: The Life of John D Rockefeller and nearly finished with the latest Jame Bond novel Carte Blanche.

    I can’t recall the last time I made so much progress in the books I was reading in such a short span of time and for that I’m thankful!

    • Sounds like you made great progress! That’s great that you read so many! Thankfully reading weekend is good for getting things read and just enjoying the quiet time.

  8. Great answers, Serena. It seems your daughter is well on her way to the love of reading. Doesn’t it warm your heart? Both of my sons like to read, but my younger boy is really the reader of the two. He even reads when he goes to the bathroom (he would kill me if he knew I told that). 😉

    Good luck making headway on that third book!
    Michelle @ The True Book Addict´s last blog post ..Thankfully Reading Weekend

    • I’m glad that she likes reading. LOL about your kid. Here’s a secret…I read in the bathroom sometimes too if I’m too into a book to put it down.