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Jul 01

Books Read – April, May and June 2016

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

It’s been a chaotic couple of months for me at home and my reading time has been all but non-existent. I’ve really struggled to concentrate when I’m reading, so I’ve concentrated on picture books. I’m hopeful that I’ll get back on track reading regularly soon. There are so many amazing new releases that I want to read, plus a huge backlog of older titles. Hopefully I’ll get back into a better reading routine in July.

 

READ IN APRIL, MAY + JUNE 2016

Picture Books

  1. Let’s Play by Herve Tullet (Allen & Unwin)
  2. No Way Yirrikipayi! by children from Milikapiti School, Melville Island, with Alison Lester (ILF)
  3. Frankencrayon by Michael Hall (Greenwillow)
  4. I Love Me by Sally Morgan and Ambelin Kwaymullina (Fremantle Press)
  5. This is a Circle by Chrissie Krebs (Random House)
  6. The Playground is like the Jungle (A Big Hug Book) by Shona Innes and Irisz Agocs (The Five Mile Press)
  7. A Family is like a Cake (A Big Hug Book) by Shona Innes and Irisz Agocs (The Five Mile Press)
  8. Love is like a Tree (A Big Hug Book) by Shona Innes and Irisz Agocs (The Five Mile Press)
  9. Incredibilia by Libby Hathorn and Gaye Chapman (Little Hare)
  10. Desert Lake: The story of Kati Thanda – Lake Eyre by Pamela Freeman and Liz Anelli (Walker Books)
  11. Meet Don Bradman by Coral Vass and Brad Howe (Random House)
  12. What Else Could It Be? by Sally Fawcett (EK Books)
  13. Steve Goes to Carnival by Joshua Button and Robyn Wells (Magabala Books)
  14. This Hungry Dragon by Heath McKenzie (Scholastic)
  15. River Riddle by Jim Dewar and Anil Tortop (Scholastic)
  16. My Dog Dash by Nicki Greenberg (Allen & Unwin)
  17. Marvin and Marigold: The Big Sneeze by Mark Carthew and Simon Prescott (New Frontier Publishing)
  18. Secrets of Animal Camouflage by Carron Brown and Wesley Robins (Ivy Kids)
  19. Wolfish Stew by Suzi Moore and Erica Salcedo (Bloomsbury)
  20. Snow Bear by Tony Mitton and Alison Brown (Bloomsbury)
  21. Milo’s Dog says Moo! by Catalina Echeverri (Bloomsbury)
  22. Elephant Kitten by Margaret Evans and Sophie Norsa (Little Steps Publishing)
  23. Hope by Matt Lumb and Kiara Mucci (AIM High Program, University of Newcastle)
  24. The Wombats at the Zoo by Roland Harvey (Allen & Unwin)
  25. On the Train by Carron Brown and Bee Johnson (Ivy Kids)
  26. Lenny & Lucy by Philip C Stead and Erin E Stead (Allen & Unwin)
  27. The Perilous Adventure of the Pilfered Penguin by Class 2H at Newcastle East Public School (Katinka Press)
  28. My Sister is a Superhero by Damon Young and Peter Carnavas (UQP)
  29. Tinyville Town gets to Work by Brian Biggs (Abrams Appleseed)
  30. Virgil and Owen Stick Together by Paulette Bogan (Bloomsbury)
  31. Grandpa’s Big Adventure by Paul Newman and Tom Jellett (Penguin Viking)
  32. Blue, the Builder’s Dog by Jen Storer and Andrew Joyner (Penguin Viking)
  33. Oh, Albert! by Davina Bell and Sara Acton (Penguin Viking)
  34. My Perfect Pup by Sue Walker and Anil Tortop (New Frontier Publishing)
  35. The Whole Caboodle by Lisa Shanahan and Leila Rudge (Scholastic)
  36. Take Ted Instead by Cassandra WEbb and Amanda Francey (New Frontier Publishing)
  37. Blue and Bertie by Kristyna Litten (Scholastic)
  38. Secret Tree Fort by Brianne Farley (Walker Books)
  39. Was Not Me! by Shannon Horsfall (HarperCollins)
  40. Penelope the Mountain Pygmy Possum by Gordon Winch and Stephen Pym (New Frontier Publishing)

 

Junior Fiction

  1. Ruby Wishfingers: Skydancer’s Escape by Deborah Kelly (Random House)

 

Young Adult Fiction

  1. The Sidekicks by Will Kostakis
  2. Bro by Helen Chebatte
  3. The Yearbook Committee by Sarah Ayoub

 

Poetry

  1. Lemons in the Chicken Wire by Alison Whittaker

 

General Fiction

April, May + June Total:  45 books

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