I’m in the middle of an amazing book: The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski. http://www.edgarsawtelle.com/
It’s a fascinating story about dogs…and people.
My daughter (aged eight) and I were discussing books on the way home from the library today. She currently LOVES Junie B. Jones books, by Barbara Park: http://www.randomhouse.com/kids/junieb/
As we climbed back into the car, she opened her book and sighed. We commented on how opening a book is such a great feeling–the anticipation of the story, the experience, the escape etc. And, conversely, how finishing a great book is “kinda sad”…although as Meg pointed out–it does mean that you get to start another new book all over again!
So, what are you reading now? Do you recommend it? Why? What’s your best thing about starting/finishing a book? We really want to know!