The Readings Read – October

As the month is drawing to a close, it’s about that time again to share with you what we’ve each most enjoyed reading this month..

peepoLittle Man – Peepo by Janet & Allan Ahlberg

He’s had this classic book since birth, and it has always been a firm favourite with him, but this past month, he’s learned how to say and play Peepo, so I think it’s starting to hold an extra special meaning for him!

tabby mctatBoo – Tabby McTat by Julia Donaldson

We bought her this for her birthday at the start of the month, and I’d say she’s chosen it as one of her bedtime books pretty much every day since! It is a sweet story, with a nice little song that she obviously knows off by heart now!

the snow childMe – The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

I actually discovered this book when Redpeffer posted a photo of it on her Instagram feed and I trusted her judgement and ordered it. I am so glad that I did, because it is a magical tale. I was drawn in from the very first chapter, possibly the very first page. I do like to buy a title once in a while that I wouldn’t normally choose, a genre which I may not gravitate towards, which proves to be hit and miss, but in this case, it was definitely a hit. Great book.

the innocentThe Husband – The Innocent by David Baldacci

It’s a thriller, featuring a hit-man and lots of action – he’s enjoyed reading it, and it’s another author he will now look out for. That’s 3 different writers he’s now explored in the last 3 months, so his reading habit is starting to take off!

What have you and your family been reading this month? Have you read any of these books?

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4 thoughts on “The Readings Read – October”

  1. Tabby McTat was a firm favourite here. I may look at the Snow Child. My Grandad reads David Baldacci 🙂 I’m reading a Jeffery Deaver book

    1. I’d definitely recommend it. She’s becoming a little Tabby McTat obsessed! Not read Deaver – might be one to explore, thanks x

  2. I loved the Snow Child. It was a random holiday pick but I thought it was excellent – really different and gripping.
    I’ve just read The fault in our stars by John Green which is aimed at teenagers but is a very good read and didn’t seem like teen fiction particularly. Tearjerker though!

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