Sheila @ One Persons Journey through a world of Books wants to know what we're reading. I'm only too happy to oblige!
I feel like I had a really good reading/blogging week, but that hasn't really translated in number. But at least I'm on a reading spree, plus I have so many books due back at the library this week. My library allows only one renewal, and I've already done it. Boo!
Books completed in the last week
News from over my blog
Last post of February. This month, the focus was on Eaarth by Bill McKibben. Last week's post was on why we need to slow down, why we should just stop "progress".
Books on my nightstand
Lots of books on my nightstand for this week, but I think I may get to only three of those.
Bringing Adam Home by Les Standiford: We see a lot of news centered on missing or abducted or murdered children, but apparently, Adam's abduction was what started the Amber Alerts, the faces on milk cartons, a pedophile registry. This book looks like it may be a hard read, but I'm looking forward to it.
Maus I by Art Spiegelman: I know this book has received a lot of rave reviews, but for some reason, I've been putting it off. Maybe because the artwork looks so different from what I'm used to reading. Still, I can't renew this book further, and I surely want to read it before I return it.
Radio Shangri-La by Lisa Napoli: I wasn't initially looking forward to this book, but the more I looked at it, and read about it, the more it has intrigued me. There is something so appealing about that cover - especially the rainbow-esque letters.