Monday, September 17, 2007

approaching the buttons of your accordion without fear

I finally finished a book for the Fall Reading Challenge and have reviewed it here.

And I totally cheated.

10 comments:

Toccata said...

Your review made me laugh which I think is a great way to end the night. I only managed two books over the entire summer and that was living without a television. Now with all the toys of distraction around me there's no hope for me.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

May I recommend one of my favorites? Yes? Okay then, The Sneetches is a classic. So is The Lorax. I highly recommend both of them.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

You may not have had toys lying about this summer, Toccata, but you had an entire city to explore. Hard to read whilst walking about taking photos. It's far easier to read whilst televisioning.

I love the Lorax, Dr M! I used to read it to my kid all the time. Don't know the Sneetches, though, but the name is promising.

Beth said...

YAY! Great review -- and I love the challenge cheatin'.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

It's all about the lying and the cheating and the eye-gouging, Beth. Those little things that make life so sweet.

Danny Tagalog said...

Hi Barbara,

Great review! What's next? You can easily spare 4 hours this week for a 240 page text, eh?

Deb said...

You go girl.

45 pages in 15 minutes.

Cheaters are seriously underrated.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Danny, I am still waiting to find 4 hours somewhere to do a bunch of reading. That would be heavenly.

I hate dispel your high opinion of me, Deb, but there were only about 10 words per page. Some of us cheaters are rated exactly right.

Dale said...

The best thing I've read this summer is Beth's t-shirt.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

And I never knew you could read Braille, Dale.