Reading List 2011/12

I saw this on another blog and took the much offered advice in the teaching profession – STEAL! (lesson plans, of course). I suppose this is actually a clever way to just brag about what I read, but what I really want is to start conversations about books. Because no one likes to do that. Except teachers.

So here is my reading list ’11. Starting this month.

I just love em.

August

The Big Sky – A.B. Guthrie (which, I might add, you CANNOT find the original b & w film on Netflix and to buy it on Amazon costs fifty big ones)

The Moon is Down – Steinbeck

The Satanic Verses – Salman Rushdie

The Rubaiyat – Omar Khayyam

The Great Fires – Jack Gilbert

Al Capone Does My Shirts – Gennifer Choldenko

Babbitt – Sinclair Lewis

September

The Ramayana – Ramesh Menon

Maus I & II – Art Spiegelman

October

Many German stories and poems, thanks to Frau Strauss

The Ramayana (still in progress. Such a c alming, wonderful read).

November & December

Still working on the Ramayana.

2012

January

Finally finished the Ramayana! Boom.

February

Schopenhauer as Educator – Friechdrich Nietzsche

March

Ermmmm I’m student teaching.

April

The Invisible Man – Ralph Ellison

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