Except for vacation, I’ve been trying to keep my October reading as ghostly or magical as possible. It’s been a good reading week. What the most Halloweeny thing you’ve read this month?
Our road trip to Maine, with overnight stops in New York, New Hampshire and Massachusetts was a huge success. I posted in Instagram daily so you can click on over if you want to see more, but these were my top 5 favorite moments…
Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts
Rachel Carson Refuge, Kennybunkport, Maine
So many beaches, so little time
I considered putting my book-a-day challenge on hiatus when we went on our 9 day road trip, but decided to honor the challenge with books I had on our homeschool reading shelf.
I also read another picture book, Miep and the Most Famous Diary: The Woman Who Rescued Anne Frank’s Diary by Meeg Pincus, illustrated by Jordi Solano.
I liked How Wolves Came From Dogs by Jack Myers, illustrated by John Rice. There were 12 articles about different animals, all taken and updated from past Highlights Magazine articles. Fun to read and discuss with Gage. We were most interested in how they populated two islands in Maine with Puffins.
The Story of Chocolate by Caryn Polin was interesting. DK always does a good job of sharing facts in a fun layout.
On my actual birthday I read the little book that Jason got me that tells me all about the year I was born. It was fun!
I’ll have to catch up with the rest of my reading another day, still playing catch up!
It’s over a week into October and here I am. October is a crazy month for us, We have 2 birthdays and an anniversary in within a week and half and this year we decided to add a four state road trip into the mix, lol.
I’ve been trying to read some creepy books for this spooky month.
I’m barely holding on to my sanity right now, but my book a day success continues (barely).
A few I haven’t talked about yet…