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Read All About It!

Posted by blatantbibliophiles on October 9, 2007

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What good is having your own blog if you can’t use it to organize yourself, or in our case, yourselves? We need to vote on a book for a group read! If you click on the title of each book below, you can read information about the book to help you make a decision about which book you prefer for our book discussion. You will need to scroll down to read some of the reviews. Please be considerate of what other club members might like to read in making your decision.  After reading the review, please click on “Read All About It” in the title of this article, then enter your first name and email address (skip the web page box), then enter the title of the book you want to read in the comment box, and finally click on “Submit Comment.” Please see Mrs. Fleet if you have a problem. If you are not a Blatant Bibliophile member, you are welcome to submit suggested titles, but please indicate that you are not a member in your comments so we will know that you are not voting.  These are the suggested titles, but feel free to submit new ones and I will add them to the list for others to consider as they pop up:

7 Responses to “Read All About It!”

  1. Lively Lady said

    Good article for anyone interested in creating a blog.

  2. Kayli Brown said

    I’m not a member of the group, but I know a lot of people who love Robert Jordan and the Wheel of Time series. Very good science fiction!

  3. Susan said

    From an old retired librarian: Has the group already read Ender’s Game and Touching Spirit Bear? Awesome reads!
    I am SO impressed with this blog and with the things that I see are going on at your media center. This is how a high school library OUGHT to be!

  4. Sarah said

    Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie

  5. Megan said

    Ender’s Game is a really good book, but it does only appeal to a certain audience. I’ve read The Princess Bride, The Sword of Shannara, and the Chronicles of Narnia, and all are decent books. The Princess Bride would have to be my favorite, being quite humourous. The Sword of Shannara can get a little wordy and the Chronicles of Narnia are a bit to easy to read as well as a bit too religious. I good series of books is the Sherlock Holmes books by Laurie King. For any who love Sherlock Holmes or may not have liked Doyle’s version, King’s books give a different version of the Sherlock Holmes everyone knows and (most) love.

  6. […] thinking about a book choice for a group reading for after the holidays. Go to this page of the Blatant Bibliophile Blog to see some of the suggestions, to vote on a book, or to make a new […]

  7. Haley said

    I like The Theif Lord by Cornelia Funke, along with Dragon Rider, and Inkheart and Inkspell, all done by her. And what is cooler, she is German!!!! They were pretty good, i thought but they are all kinda big.(that is the kind i like, the long ones!!!!)

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