Friday, October 12, 2012

Reading Log for 3rd Grade, the Hippie

I thought I'd post the list of what all the Hippie read this year on her own time. These are just the chapter books. She reads one-sitting picture and non-fiction books all the time, but I don't keep track of those. There is a gentle mix of her own choosing (a bit more twaddle than I'd prefer) and some I suggested. I'm proud of the way she is starting to recognized well-written literature verses not-so-well-written literature! Without further ado ...

2011-2012 School Year (3rd Grade)

The Magic Half (Annie Barrows)
The Tail of Emily Windsnap 
Emily Windsnap and the Monster from the Deep 
Ivy & Bean 
Ivy & Bean and the Ghost that had to Go
Ivy & Bean take care of the Babysitter
Emily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mist
Emily Winsnap and the Siren's Secret
Ivy & Bean break the Fossil Record
Ivy & Bean: Bound to be Bad
Ivy & Bean: Doomed to Dance
Ivy & Bean: What's the Big Idea?
Prince Siddhartha: The Story of Buddha
Mr. Popper's Penguins
The Littles
Stuart Little
Magic Treehouse Thanksgiving on Thursday
Nancy Drew The Secret of the Old Clock
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Magic Treehouse A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time
Nancy Drew The Bungalow Mystery
Nim's Island & Nim at Sea (again and again and again)
Dolphin Adventure: A True Story
Lost: A Dog Called Bear
The Family Under the Bridge
Socks by Beverly Cleary
The Bailey School Kids: Leprechauns Don't Play Fetch
Bridge to Terabithia
The Children of Noisy Village
Encyclopedia Brown
Henry & Ribsy
More Stories from Grandma's Attic
Voyage on the Great Titanic: Diary of Margaret Ann Brady, R.M.S. Titanic, 1912
Emily's Runaway Imagination
Goddess Girls: Athena the Brain
The Book of Beasts (E. Nesbit, Inga Moore)
A Lion to Guard Us
The Swiss Family Robinson (Great Illustrated Classics Version)
McBroom's Wonderful One-Acre Farm
Nim's Island (again)
Freaky Friday
The Stray
The Cat Who Got Carried Away
Leif the Lucky
Sarah, Plain and Tall
Peter Pan (Great Illustrated Classics Version)
Anne of Green Gables (Great Illustrated Classics Version)
Because of Winn Dixie
The King's Equal
The Secret Soldier: The Story of Deborah Sampson, Ann McGovern

Little House in the Big Woods (for the bzillionth time) 


  1. Good job! I recently mentioned to my Annie (9) that we should keep track of the books she is reading on her own also. It is rewarding to look back over what you've done. :)


  2. Yes, I do believe there is satisfaction in looking at the list. And, the "Oh, I LOVED that book!" comments as you look. :)


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