Did You Meet Your Summer Reading Goals?

The beginning of August brought about the end of our library’s summer reading program. The Lil Diva and the Lil Princess met their goals. In addition to their weekly prizes, they got a chance to attend a roller skating party at Interskate91. A picture of them participating in The Great Create, an art program offered in conjunction with the One World, Many Stories Summer Reading Program, was published in our local paper. I’ll try to post it if I can get the hubby to scan it in.

I don’t set summer reading goals because I read almost every night anyway. So far this summer I have read and reviewed:

Horrid Henry Rocks by Francesca Simon
Love & War by John & Stash Elderedge
Born Under A Lucky Moon by Dana Precious
Murder is a Family Business by Heather Haven
Class Struggle by Steven Verrier
Cold Lonely Courage by Soren Paul Petrek
The Cause Within You by Matthew Barnett
Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site by Sheri D. Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld
His Shoes Were Far too Tight by Daniel Pinkwater
Golden Daffodils by Liam Maher
Mister Topper, The Pot-Bellied Pig by Liam Maher
Pig Kahuna by Jennifer Sattler
Seven Miles to Freedom by Janet Halfmann
ShShSh Let the Baby Sleep by Kathy Stemke
Falling through Ice by Carolyn Huebner Rankin
Sea Monster’s First Day by Kate Messner
Sad Dog Happy Dog by Kathleen Porter
Bad Spelling by Marva Dasef
Horrid Henry Wakes the Dead by Francesca Simon
Stilts by Dixie Philips
Voices from the Land by Jan Marquart
How to Encourage Your Husband compiled by Nancy Campbell
In the St. Nick of Time by K.M. Daughters
My Brother the Frog by Kevin McNamee

I’ve read and haven’t yet reviewed:

My Dearest Friend by Hazel Statham

Peter: Rock Star from Galilee by Sherree Funk

The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb by Melanie Benjamin

Your Average Joe Unplugged by Joseph Schneller

I am currently reading The Queen’s Gamble by Barbara Kyle and next up is Once We Were Kings by Ian Alexander.

How about you? Do you set summer reading goals? If yes, how did you do? Also, what were some of your favorite books you’ve read over the summer?