10th “Mystery Quote”!!!
I feel like I should do something special, but I can’t think of anything. 🙂 Anyways, Bright Lights hasn’t interfered with “Mystery Quote” yet, but if it starts to be a problem I still might switch. I might have troubles this fall when school starts. Now,
Last week’s quote was from Kisses from Katie by Katie Davis; Chapter 15, “Three Thousand Friends”. AWESOME book, go read it if you haven’t. You can read Katie Davis’ blog here.
Ellen, Becca, Juliana, and Savannah guessed the right book; and Juliana blew this week out of the water guessing the chapter number, chapter name, and describing the chapter in less than a sentence–that from yours truly, who writes this kind of book review! 😀 Moving on, next quote:
The sounds of birds were everywhere, but with the heavy rain they must be keeping to their homes in the trees. [He] only saw one occasionally, and it was never his bird, the one who had come to him in the mountains.
I wanted to do a different quote from that book, but I would have had to put in too many [he]’s to make sense. 🙂
I’ll go ahead and throw in my favorite character post from May:
Mr. Revere and I by Robert Lawson – Mr. Revere or Sherry
Judge by R.J. Larson – King Akabe or Dan Roeh–or Kien, just ’cause he reminds me of myself. 🙂
Cinnabar: the One O’Clock Fox by Marguerite Henry – Cinnabar?
Fair Wind to Virginia by Cornelia Meigs – Francis Newington or Becky