Mar 27, 2013

Pick Up a Book And...

Here is a new simple challenge we just came up with: Pick Up a Book And... 
Since we just want everyone to pick up a book and tell us a little something.
Pick up the book you are reading. And tell us...

The Little Sister came 
up with this one!


Pick up your book.


Turn to page 64.


Tell us the first full sentence on the page!



(We're wondering if the comments will tell a new story!)

The Mom's Book
between shades of gray
byRuta Sepetys
"As I rolled the umbrella and wrapped the closure, I jumped when I saw a
face staring at me from the puddle at my feet."

The Big Sister's Book
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
"He looked down at it."

The Little Sister's book
The Sisters Grimm The Unusual Suspects by Michael Buckley
"You know, cool."

6 comments:

  1. "I'll bring it to you."

    A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway

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  2. These were posted on Facebook!

    Charla: "There was only that image, her cheekbone and chin. " That's Not a Feeling by Dan Josefson

    Robin: "I see you here every day, novio, are you too good-looking for the schoolroom? The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver

    Amanda: "Wait a minute. It's just the three of you? That's the party?" Freedom by Johnathan Franzen

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  3. Love it!! "The twins whooped in anticipation."

    and also, I have to share this line from p. 172 - "Irreversible decisions are good for the soul, word lady."

    from my new favorite author, erica bauermeister, in joy for beginners.

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  4. Lynn Barrett2:42 PM

    "She glanced at the minotaur horn in my hands, then back at me." The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

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  5. "How has he not been fired?" Kiwi wondered, but then the short Italian woman Yvans was talking to began giggling and scribbling something on a paper fished out of her purse. Swamplandia! By Karen Russell

    Clever imaginative Challenge BFW Crew!

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  6. "As I entered the room, he swung the bat for the last time, splintering the headboard, then began working on the bed frame with karate kicks." Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson.

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