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Old 04-07-2006, 07:48 PM
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Whoo Hoo Jenn! I LOVE Stephanie Plum! And Leanne, I am so glad that you read to your son! It is sooo important!

I am reading The Canary Trainer, from the memoirs of John Watson, M.D. - as edited by Nicholas Meyer. (A Sherlock Holmes mystery)
I love mysteries.
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Whoo Hoo Jenn! I LOVE Stephanie Plum! And Leanne, I am so glad that you read to your son! It is sooo important!

I am reading The Canary Trainer, from the memoirs of John Watson, M.D. - as edited by Nicholas Meyer. (A Sherlock Holmes mystery)
I love mysteries.
Thanks Nan!! I agree...and it is some of the BEST time that we spend together. He asks lots of questions about things when you read them. I bought the dvd of "Black Beauty" when he was smaller as he loved horses...then we read the book together, 2 chapters each night and he would get sooo into it. It's going like that for Narnia too. I love books and can't go without reading...I'll read almost anything with words--hopeless case. I hope he gets the bug too. I always think that books are better than movies, so much more detailed and colorful.
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I like good mysteries but am never patient enough to read the entire book first and tend to read the ending before I'm done
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I just finished A Total Waste Of Makeup.
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yes i agree reading to your children is the best thing. i have 4 kids ages 11,6,2, and 4 mo. i haven't read to them in a long time. i think i'm going to start again. it used to be a habit when they went to bed but i slipped out of it
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Reading to kids before bed is one of the most important things you can do together IMHO. It also relaxed me and made for lots of warm fuzzy memories.
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Lighthouse Psalms - A book my sister gave me shortly before
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Help, Lord! I'm Having a Senior Moment by Karen O'Connor
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I Wasn't Ready to Say Goodbye by Brook Noel & Pamela D. Blair
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Clive Cussler's "Polar Shift" and I wanna get the Gospel According to Judas (been watching too much cable TV) LOL
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Like Christine- I love a good mystery. Stuart Wood, James Patterson, Mary Higgins Clark, Robert North Patterson, Stephen White, Dean Koontz, Lisa Jackson, Iris Johansen, John Sanford and Patricia Cornwell are just a few of my favorites.
Right now I am reading J.D. Robb's Remember When. Nora Roberts writes these mysteries as J.D. Robb. It is only the second one I have read but I am enjoying them. The first was Divided in Death and it was really good.
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I've just finished "Angels and Demons" and the "Davinci Code," both by Dan Brown, and a mystery by Sandra Brown, can't remember the title. Now I am reading "The Chronicles of Narnia" to my little boy a little at a time..We also read "Black Beauty" together....I hope he grows up to read and love books like I do.

Anybody got any good selection ideas??? Love to hear them....

I to just finished this book and i dont know if thyre is a movie version of it for sure or not but if thyre is i would like to see it.
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