WWW Wednesday

This is a meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words.  It asks three questions:

1.      What are you currently reading?

2.      What did you recently finish reading?

3.      What do you think you’ll read next?

I’ve just started Below by Alexandria Warwick, a young adult novel based on Inuit mythology. I’ve heard lots of fab things about this one, so I’m really looking forward to delving further into it. It will be released on 4th February.

I’ve finished reading Tiger Heart by Penny Chrimes which I really enjoyed. I’ve posted my review. I also read The Boy Who Grew Dragons which I absolutely loved. Filled with many, many moments of both chaotic hilarity and heart-warming friendship, this made me laugh-out-loud and feel warm and cosy inside – just perfect! Oh my goodness, The Girl with the Dragon Heart was such a fantastic read. I highly, highly recommend it. Finally, I read The Monster in the Lake by Louie Stowell which is the second in the Dragon in the Library series. This is a really fun read, full of gentle humour, action and great friendships.

I want to read more children’s classics this year. I can’t believe I haven’t read Charlotte’s Web by E B White, so it’s going to be my next read! I’ve bought the Puffin Classics Edition from their ‘cloth’ classics series, and definitely want to get more from this series.

Have you read any of these? What are you reading?

6 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

  1. Since we ‘talked’ the other day and it made me want to re-read Charlotte’s Web I’ve decided to listen to the audiobook of it.
    A and, I listened to Skelton Keys – you were right, Guy Bass was brilliant!

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    1. That’s fab! I’m reading a book for a blog tour and then I’m reading Charlotte’s Web – for the first time! I’ve bought a lovely Puffin Classics clothbound version as I want to build my own mini-library of classics. I’m jealous – I NEED to get the audiobook of Guy reading Skeleton Keys!

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      1. I have that version of Charlotte’s Web, it’s lovely. I bought lots of them as a ‘to keep’ thing with some money from my grandma/mum as I don’t do jewellery or anything! I really hope you enjoy it, I’m certain you will.

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