Tuesday 1/13 - LM10′s Destination Imagination team meets here. When this tournament has passed, I’ll list some of the books the group has been using. We’ve been looking at a lot of kid-friendly books about engineering, mechanical structure, force and motion, etc.
Wednesday 1/14 – Today’s Spotlight on Bookstores is written by Dave Rosenthal of the Baltimore Sun and their book blog, Read Street.
Jane Kamensky and Jill Lepore will be at the Harvard Book Store tonight, reading from Blindspot. I haven’t read their “bawdy historical novel” yet, but I’ve read positive reviews around the blogosphere. I won’t make it into Harvard Square tonight, but I wanted to give a heads up to anyone who might be be in the area.
Thursday 1/15 – I’m fitting this list in here because I have the blank space … I’m working on reviews of Blog Blazers and People of the Book from last week. I’ll also have Testimony and Free to Be You and Me coming up.
Friday 1/16 – It’s “Giveaway City” at She is Too Fond of Books. Check near the top of the sidebar for several books (and audiobooks!) that are on offer. The Fodor’s New York City 2009 and Sundays at Tiffany’s end tonight at midnight.
Saturday 1/17 – Destination Imagination again … we’ll probably add to the research library!
Sunday 1/18 -No school tomorrow due to the Martin Luther King holiday. The kids and I are spending the night with friends in Connecticut. My “old” book group, Upsilamba, is going out for a belated holiday dinner. I’m so pleased they were able to arrange it for a night we could overnight (it’s about 2 1/2 hours away). I’m also getting my haircut by my former stylist (who is about half my age and has a different hair color every time I see her. I wonder if she’ll remember what she used to do to my hair before our move)
What parts of the week are you most looking forward to?