Turkey Tracks: August 2019
Summer vacation can provide time for lots of reading. We are a reading family. When we moved to Maine, I lost count of how many trips I made to the local library with my Jeep filled with books to donate. We just could not move them all.
Mike takes advantage of some quiet time.
Above, he’s ripping through the new Tana French, which is a stand-alone novel, different from her earlier detective novels which are set in the Dublin, Ireland, area. I read it and saved it for him. I also finished French’s BROKEN HARBOR and am now reading her THE SECRET PLACE.
He also brought:
Tami was reading and really enjoying this one, which she highly recommends:
And the fellows: Kelly’s book provided some good conversations that involved many of us. He started high school last week!
And we kept losing Bo to this one:
2 thoughts on “Turkey Tracks: Summer Readers”
Louisa- Those kids look so grown up. Glad they are all avid readers. The only book that I’ve read out of the ones shown is Educated. It was really a good read. I’ve switched over to audio books, but this one I read & listened to it. I also recommend it. I love the audio books. It allows me to listen while I’m quilting or driving especially. Hope your summer is going good. I love autumn, but I always grieve the end of summer. Take care. We love you kiddo. Rosie-
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They are growing up so fast. How did that happen???