Damn, it’s been a PRODUCTIVE readathon for me so far. So it’s like the 11th hour. Holy wow. Almost HALF WAY DONE!
So here’s what I’ve read since the last update:
First Day On Earth by Cecil CastellucciÂ - 150 pages and while science-fiction-y, totally reads like a contemporary book.
Just Write: Here’s How by Walter Dean Myers – 144 pages. Also? I am the first person to rate this on goodreads. It’s not bad and I think has value in a classroom library and written in a frank way.
The Invention Of Hugo Cabret by Brian SelznickÂ - 534 pages – so previously I had read 80 pages, and omg you guys I just whipped through this book, SO GOOD AHHHHH! AND CAPTIVATING! AND Â GORGEOUS!
Food consumed: Ants on a log, pita chips and hummus, AND spaghetti and garlic cheese bread (sidebar: I am in LOVE with my metabolism)
Listened To: Y’all, I am obviously still listening to Helter Skelter, which is like the longest audiobook I’ve listened to in months. So far today I have listened to 3 hours and 49 minutes. Note as soon as I finish a book, or go to do a chore, or type these updates or do anything where I can’t hold a physical book, I listen to this audiobook and have walked around the house with the headphones on listening.