Books My Boys Read in September

I wasn't sure that my boys would have much time for reading in September since we officially started back to school.   While they are required to reach each day they rarely read more than what I require.  Often by the time we're done our family read aloud and the books we read for science, geography, or history they don't have much inclination to read anything else.

So I was really surprised by just how long our list was this month!

Drama by Raina Telgemeier


Sisters by Raina Telgemeier





The 26 Story Treehouse



The 39 Story Treehouse 


Attack of the Goblin Army


Angus and Sadie


Flat Stanley and the  Missing Pumpkins



Ghosts by Raina Telgemeier


Wolves of Beyond: Spirit Wolf


Bravelands: Broken Pride 


Snow Fight


Trials of Apollo Book 2: The Dark Prophecy 



Magnus Chase Book 2: The Hammer of Thor


The Magnificent 12:The Call

 







The Napping House


Treasure on Superstition Mountain 




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Comments

  1. That's a lot of books! My youngest kids love Rick Riorden books.

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    1. I was impressed; I really didn't feel like they had done a lot of reading. I am pretty sure we have read every book Rick Riorden has ever written. They just love his works.

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  2. That's quite a selection! I'll have to see if the library has the Flat Stanley one, my daughter would have fun with that!

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