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Bound by Books #4

My summer reading is not keeping up with my ever growing summer reading list!  Last week I read The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult between making plum jelly and wild plum coffee cake.  It was really good and I think I have a new favorite author.  I'm sure I'll have all the library books by her checked out before school starts again.  I have linked it to this week's book linky below the features from last week.  I started a book my daughter brought me this week and hope to finish it while taking the grands to surrounding parks.  Living is a rural town has us adventuring farther and farther away and finding some really nice city parks.  In Childress, TX the park has a really nice lake with friendly ducks and geese the kids liked feeding.  One in particular was almost acrobatic jumping to catch bread from Girl Grand.
kid activity

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  1. I'm back to reading the Little House series-- and it's amazing how different those books are now compared to how they were when I was little. Ma Ingalls was basically a saint. =)

  2. I love Jodi Picoult books, been reading them for several years now. I've read about 10-12 of her books and have several more on my to be read list. Do you use GoodReads? It is cool app/website for keeping track of your reading list. Check it out.


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