My TBR's are on my Wishlists. Nice, gorgeous, long, enticing Wishlists. I run virtual fingers over the virtual bindings at least every other day, inhaling deeply the scent of Books, which is never far from memory. (We should have a scent spray for that, you know? Or a candle, 'new book' and 'classic' - I would alternate between 'em.)
Enough with Confessions.
For In My Mailbox hosted by Story Siren this week, I have Books 4 The Boys. I have a mid-schooler (Dash) who is a VERY reluctant reader despite (or because of) being enthusiastically introduced to reading since he was 3 days old. And I have a 5th grader (Bear) who suddenly discovered the Warrior Cat series with a vigor that matches my own (much to dad/husband's well-concealed concern. He monitors my interaction with The Real World, which is very helpful, if not always appreciated. But I said no more Confessions, didn't I?)
I showed Bear how to reserve books at the library this week. So his new arrivals are...
He's so excited to read these that he's flying through The Darkest Hour giving me play-by-play as he goes. :-D
Dash picked up Hugo Cabret at school and is reading Nuts (almost purely because of all the joke possibilities in the name, although he thinks squirrels are funny, too, and saves/rescues everything.) And I picked him up Stormbreaker.
I had this Ah-Ha! moment at the library and got this incredible book with grandiose ideas of reading outloud to all four Hooligans.
I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this book. I haven't read it for so many years, it's perfect for a re-read-and-review, should I actually accomplish said ideas.
And now I shall go DROOL over everyone else's IMM's. *sigh* I love books!!!