#ReadWomen2015 by Crystal

September

Francesca Simon’s The Sleeping Army

August

Carolyn Keene’s Nancy Drew Diaries: Sabotage at Willow Woods

Carolyn Keene’s Nancy Drew Diaries: Mystery of the Midnight Rider

Carolyn Keene’s Nancy Drew Diaries: Once Upon a Thriller

Meg Cabot’s From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess

Annie Barrows’ Ivy & Bean

Jacqueline Wilson’s The Lottie Project

J.K  Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

July

Cressida Cowell’s How to Train a Dragon: How to ride a dragon’s storm

Jane O’Connor’s Nancy Clancy: Super Sleuth

Jane O’Connor’s Nancy Clancy: Secret Admirer

Jane O’Connor’s Nancy Clancy: Sees the Future

Jane O’Connor’s Nancy Clancy: Secret of the Silver Key

Carolyn Keene’s Nancy Drew Diaries: Curse of the Arctic Star

Carolyn Keene’s Nancy Drew Diaries: Strangers on a Train

June

Jacqueline Wilson’s Double Act

Jacqueline Wilson’s Sleep-overs

Roald Dahl’s Matilda

Jennifer Gray’s Atticus Claw Breaks the Law

May

Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief

Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters

April

Jill Murphy’s The Worst Witch Saves the Day

Jill Murphy’s The Worst Witch The Wishing Star

Jacqueline Wilson’s The Cat Mummy

March

Linda Chapman’s Not Quite a Mermaid: Mermaid Treasure

Linda Chapman’s Not Quite a Mermaid: Mermaid Wish

February

Jill Murphy’s The Worst Witch at Sea

Linda Chapman’s Not Quite a Mermaid: Mermaid Fire

Linda Chapman’s Not Quite a Mermaid: Mermaid Friends

Linda Chapman’s Not Quite a Mermaid: Mermaid Party

Linda Chapman’s Not Quite a Mermaid: Mermaid Island

January

Anne Fine’s Loudmouth Louis

Jill Murphy’s The Worst Witch

Jill Murphy’s The Worst Witch Strikes Again

Jill Murphy’s A Bad Spell for the Worst Witch

Francesca Simon’s Horrid Henry

 

4 thoughts on “#ReadWomen2015 by Crystal”

  1. We (ie me and the 9 year old, because she reads aloud better than me) have been reading Worst Witch to my five year old and it is utterly brilliant, just so very funny and oddly moving at the same time.
    I’m also happy to see someone else who likes Horrid Henry – I know so many mums who disapprove because the characters are not very nice to each other but it is funny and anarchic and I hate the view that literature has to be good for you.

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