Wednesday, October 7, 2009

A- Z Wednesdays "I' Indian in the Cupboard

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Post: 1~ a photo of the book
2~ title and synopsis
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Many years ago, I volunteered at our local elementary school library, and that meant book fairs and reading groups. Since my boys loved to be read to it was easy, The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks, we must have read the whole series 5 times. All that knowledge about Lynn Reid Banks got both my boys into a "who wants to be a millionaire" type challenge, who knew? When I think of those days, I remember being really tired, Not unlike now, and hurrying them off to read so we could get them to bed and I could crash. If you know my Daniel you know there is no such thing as hurrying Daniel off to anything, it would often take me 3 or 4 hours to get him to sleep. Yes 3 or 4 hours. On many occasion I was asleep before he was. Any way. This weeks letter is "I" if you haven't read this little book do.. and read it with someone you love preferably who still thinks your the smartest,most beautiful women around and who will snuggle up and listen in awe.

photo of the book I own.


Snowbell said...

Sounds like a cool book!

Here's mine

gautami tripathy said...

Well, I am an Indian. I better read it!


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Anonymous said...

My brother recently gave my daughter his old copy of this. I should get it out.

Beth said...

I need to get this book for my kids. Thanks for the idea.

Anonymous said...

I haven't read this book but I did see some of the movie.

Thanks for playing!

Jeanne said...

OMG Crystal loved this book when she was younger. I enjoyed reading it with her and watching her play her own pretend game of it. Happy memories. Thanks for sharing your 'no coffee' memory with me. 'grin'

me again said...

What a fantastic choice for "I", Irene....this is such a classic and such a good read!

Nise' said...

My kids and I loved this series! Hope to read it to grandkids one day!

National Pet Day...

This is our pet cat, he lived with us for 18 years, adopted from a shelter, best cat ever. RIP Keahan