Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It’s all about love of lists, love of literature and bringing bookish people together.
This week’s topic is a Top Ten Freebie to do with Back To School. Confession. I schedule these posts in advance and when I wrote this post it was the first day of my Summer holidays. Ha! Really strange to think about going back to school! When this post is published I’m back to work on Monday! Argh…
Here are 10 books that I hope to read to my class this year. My class will between 7-9 years old.
I have read this book before last time I was in Year 3/4. It’s quite heavy going at points, but it’s a good one for a Stone Age/Bronze Age topic.
I think there are so many good picture books out there for older children, so I’m going to try and slip in a few when I can.
I’ve never read this, so I’m intrigued to read it to my class.
This book is the first one that my class have picked to read as a class book. I’m so excited to explore it with them. I think it’s important that as a class we read for pleasure!
This is going to be great for quieter children. I think it’s going to be a great talking point.
I am intrigued to try short stories! Children love funny stories so fingers crossed for these ones!
Here’s another picture book that I can’t wait to explore!
I have enjoyed Anthony Browne’s work before, so I’m intrigued to see this one.
I have heard such good things about this book! 🙂 I’m looking forward to reading it!
This book very nearly won our vote, so I’m hopefully going to get around to reading it!
What have you done for the freebie this week? Feel free to leave a link to your post and I’ll stop by!
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list are the Top Ten Books on my Autumn (Fall) To Be Read list. I have failed somewhat at the last two TBR lists, so I’m going to bring those books over to Autumn and hope I can get to them. I really do want to! I’ve also just started a postgraduate course, so my reading is going to be incredibly limited for a while. Therefore, I don’t want to add to many new books to this post as I always feel some sort of weird obligation to read them if I’ve put them in a Top Ten post!
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Ten Tiny Breaths– K.A Tucker– I’ve heard so much about this series. I want to start it and still haven’t!
Picture Me Gone– Meg Rosoff– I’ve had my eye on this one for a while!
Pointe– Brandy Colbert– I adore the cover of this book, and can’t wait to see what it’s like. I do love my dance based books, but haven’t for some reason, got around to this book yet!
The Hit– Melvin Burgess- I’ve heard good things about The Hit. I’m still intrigued to read it!
Rule– Jay Crownover– People have been trying to put me off this book but I want to read this book after reading several positive reviews. I think it could be good…but then I’ve also read some really shocking reviews. Hmmm… we’ll see!
Once and Then– Morris Gleitzman– This book seems like it’s going to be a challenging read, but I’ve heard that it’s beautifully written and it’s well worth accepting that challenge!
How To Love– Katie Cotugno- Again, positive reviews have made me want to read this book! I really must get around to it!
600 Hours of Edward– Craig Lancaster- I’ve had this book for a while and hope to finally read it!
If You Find Me– Emily Murdoch– I am so influenced by positive reviews. This is another book I hope to tackle!
Maybe Someday– Colleen Hoover– That’s it! It’s happening this season. It HAS to.
What are you hoping to read this Autumn/Fall? Please feel free to leave your links to your Top Ten posts and I’ll stop by!