Apr 01

Books Read – March 2016

Books read in March 2016. Links in titles take you to reviews either here on Reading Upside Down or on Kids’ Book Review.



Picture Books

  1. A Perfectly Messed-Up Story by Patrick McDonnell (Little Brown & Company)
  2. Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson (HarperCollins)
  3. In My Heart: A Book of Feelings by Jo Witek and Christine Roussey
  4. Reflection by Rebecka Sharpe Shelberg and Robin Cowcher (Walker Books)
  5. There is a Tribe of Kids by Lane Smith (Two Hoots)
  6. You Have My Heart by Corinne Fenton (Five Mile Press)
  7. Worries are Like Clouds (A Big Hug Book) by Shona Innes and Irisz Agocs (Five Mile Press)
  8. You are Like You (A Big Hug Book) by Shona Innes and Irisz Agocs (Five Mile Press)
  9. Gary by Leila Rudge (Walker Books)
  10. The Grumpy Lighthouse Keeper by Terrizita Corpus and Maggie Prewett (Magabala Books)
  11. Crabbing with Dad by Paul Seden (Magabala Books)
  12. Blue & Other Colours with Henri Matisse (Phaidon Press)
  13. Arthur and the Curiosity by Lucinda Gifford (The Five Mile Press)
  14. Archie: No Ordinary Sloth by Heath McKenzie (The Five Mile Press)


Junior Fiction

  1. Johnny Danger: Lie Another Day by Peter Millett (Puffin Books)
  2. Matty’s Comeback by Anita Heiss (Scholastic)
  3. The Scroll of Alexandria (A Lottie Lipton Adventure) by Dan Metcalf (Bloomsbury)
  4. Nick’s Fabulous Footy Cards by Greg Fish (Hip & Shoulder Books)


General Fiction

  1. Outback Sisters by Rachael Johns (Harlequin Mira)
  2. Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue (A Cynster Novel) by Stephanie Laurens (Avon)
  3. Potent Pleasures by Eloisa James (Bantam Dell)
  4. A Scoundrel by Moonlight by Anna Campbell (Harlequin Mira)


March Total:  22 books

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  1. Deborah

    I love the variety of books you continue to read Susan. That’s a huge list and a wide array.

    Hope you have a wonderful April!

    Deborah´s last blog post ..Audiobook review: Past the Shallows by Favel Parrett

  2. geld zurück nach kredit

    Kjære deg, dette hørtes helt forferdelig ut og jeg får helt frysninger av å lese dette. Jeg har aldri opplevd feberkramper selv til tross for at jeg har 4 gutter, og etter å ha lest dette håper jeg virkelig at jeg slipper å oppleve det. Masse god bedring til søte lille Celine. klem Helen

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