December 2016 Book List Update


Madison is continuing to work her way through the bookshelf. I have chosen the easier books first, so she is reading a lot for now, but as they get harder there will be fewer. Her all time favorite was the Emily Windsnap series. We will be checking out the rest of the series to read in January.  Here are a list of the books Madison read in December: 

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The Castle in the Attic

A Thief in the Theater: A Kit Mystery (American Girl Mysteries (Quality))

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

Bright Shadow

The Case of the Ruby Slippers by Martha Freeman. (Holiday House,2012) [Hardcover]

The Tail of Emily Windsnap

Emily Windsnap and the Monster from the Deep

Emily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mist

Snow Treasure

Grace (American Girl Today)

26 Fairmount Avenue (Newbery Honor Book, 2000)

Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library

The Long Winter (Little House)


I decided to include reviews of content for Flush and Scat. They were on the bookshelf and so Madison read them after she finished Hoot. Madison tells me about each book she reads in detail on her own, so after hearing about these two, I decided it would be better to include the review so parents can decide if they feel they are age appropriate or not. She didn’t have nightmares, so all was good for us. 🙂


Common Sense Media Review of Flush


Common Sense Media Review of Scat

4 Comments on “December 2016 Book List Update

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