What We’re Reading in April

I’m a little late with our reading list this month, but that’s okay. It’s here now 🙂

Here’s what we’re reading in April.

Read-Aloud – everyone

I decided that I wasn’t feeling well enough to read to the boys this month, so we picked up two books-on-CD from the library. We’re first listening to The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, and then we’ll move on to Theodore Boone, Kid Lawyer by John Grisham.


I’m currently reading Betting on Hope by Debra Clopton. It’s a Book Look Bloggers review, so you’ll see my thoughts on the story here on the blog in a couple of weeks.

Seahawk – 5th Grade

He’s making me crazy, because he’s still not done with Catching Fire. I don’t know what his hangup is, but if he doesn’t finish this month, he’s going to lose his opportunity, and I’m going to “ban” him from continuing to “read” this book. Apparently it’s not keeping his interest like The Hunger Games did, and he doesn’t like to read this one. *sigh*

Munchkin – 3rd Grade

Munchkin, on the other hand, tore through Catching Fire at record speed last month, and he’s now moved on to Mockingjay. He took a short break last week to read the book club book, Knucklehead, which is the autobiography of Jon Scieszka. Seahawk read this book as a book club assignment last year, so he’ll be attending the festivities next week as well.

Small Fry – age 2 1/2

Babar, Franklin, and the Sneetches, oh my! He’s still really into all of these books/characters. Also, thanks to the Schoolhouse Review Crew, we’ll be getting a new book for Small Fry later this month to read and review called S is for Smiling Sunrise from Wordsbright. I think he’ll really enjoy this book, and there’ll be a review here on the blog in mid-May, so you can read all about it.

So that’s us. What are you reading this month?


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  1. I’ve read the first Theodore Boone book and I recall liking it. We love listening to audiobooks, especially on trips. The Bracelet, which you previously recommended, is finally available at the library. We are currently reading The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane for our read aloud and the kids (and I) love it!
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