Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Year 2 Reading Log

  1. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight as told by Michael Morpurgo
  2. Big Tracks, Little Tracks by Millicent Selsam
  3. What's Alive? by Kathleen Zoehfeld
  4. What were Castles for? (Usborne Starting Point History)
  5. Bach (ABRSM Publishing)
  6. The Medieval Messenger (Usborne Publishing)
  7. The Middle Ages by Richard O'Neill
  8. Katie and the British Artists by James Mayhew
  9. Favourite Classic Artists by Liz Gogerly
  10. Angry Animals by Nick Arnold
  11. Barley Hall: A Day in a Medieval Town House by Charles Kightly
  12. Avoid working in a Medieval Cathedral! by Fiona Macdonald
  13. Castle Challenge by Julia Bruce
  14. Origins of Chinese Culture
  15. Yu Gong Removed the Mountains
  16. Four Inventions in Ancient China
  17. Legends of Ten Traditional Chinese Festivals
  18. Medieval Life (DK Eyewitness)
  19. The ABCs of Habitats by Bobbie Kalman
  20. Where Things Live by Peter Riley
  21. One Small Square: Backyard by Donald Silver
  22. Think of an Eel by Karen Wallace
  23. Pop!  A Book about Bubbles by Kimberly Bradley
  24. Castle Knight (DK Eye Wonder)
  25. How would you survive in the Middle Ages? by Fiona Macdonald
  26. A Medieval Castle by Mark Bergin
  27. What lives in a shell? by Kathleen Zoehfeld
  28. Snails by Kevin Holmes
  29. How to hide an Octopus by Ruth Hellers
  30. An Octopus is Amazing by Patricia Lauber
  31. Investigating Medieval Times by Alison Honey
  32. Nasty Knights by Terry Deary
  33. Castle: The Siege Chronicles by Derek Farmer
  34. Knights & Castles by Philip Steele
  35. In the Garden by Paul Humphrey
  36. The Usborne Time Traveller book of Knights and Castles
  37. Apple Fractions by Jerry Pallotta
  38. The Wizard Punchkin by Joanna Troughton
  39. Saint Nicholas retold by Mary Joslin
  40. Celts by Joe Fullman
  41. Lives and Legends of the Saints by Carole Armstrong
  42. The Story of the Buddha by Sally Humble-Jackson
  43. Warriors by Terry Deary
  44. A First Look at Animals with Backbones by Millicent Selsam
  45. Zipping, Zapping, Zooming Bats by Ann Earle
  46. Nature Lover's Book by Enid Blyton
  47. What do we know about the Middle Ages? by Sarah Howarth
  48. The Canterbury Tales retold by Geraldine McCaughrean
  49. The Minstrel in the Tower by Gloria Skurzynski
  50. Sir Cumference and All the King's Tens by Cindy Neuschwander
  51. Stories from the Silk Road by Cherry Gilchrist
  52. Wishbones retold by Barbara Wilson
  53. Traditional Stories from China by Saviour Pirotta
  54. Red Butterfly by Deborah Noyes
  55. Monkey and the Water Dragon by Joanna Troughton
  56. The Stonecutter retold by Lynne Benton
  57. The Magic Pear Tree by Rosie Dickins
  58. The Magic Gifts retold by Russell Punter
  59. What Makes you ill? (Usborne Pocket Science)
  60. Germs make me Sick! by Melvin Berger
  61. The Mystery of the Burnt Cottage by Enid Blyton
  62. Daft Bat by Jeanne Willis
  63. Batty by Sarah Dyer
  64. One Winter's Night by Claire Freedman
  65. One Snowy Night by Nick Butterworth
  66. The Littlest Owl by Caroline Pitcher
  67. Wow! said the Owl by Tim Hopgood
  68. Owl Babies by Martin Waddell
  69. The Nightingale by Hans Chritian Andersen
  70. The Dragon Kite by Kenneth Steven
  71. The Daring Dragon retold by Margaret Mayo
  72. The Dragon Painter retold byRosie Dickins
  73. Treasury of Inspirational Stories for Children by James Herriot
  74. The Fight against Microbes by Beverley Birch
  75. Look behind you, Oliver! by Tony Maddox
  76. I see the Moon by Jacqueline Mitton
  77. The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson
  78. Night Owl and the Rooster by Charles Reasonser
  79. Goodnight, Baby Bat by Debi Gliori
  80. Oscar and the Bat by Geoff Waring
  81. The Duke and the Peasant by Sister Wendy Beckett
  82. The First Christmas (Usborne)
  83. Farmyard Tales Christmas by Heather Amery
  84. The Lighthouse Keeper's Christmas by Ronda and David Armitage
  85. Mr Christmas Sound Book
  86. Willow at Christmas by Carmilla Ashforth
  87. The Mr Men Save Christmas Sound Book
  88. The Owl's Lesson by Nick Butterworth
  89. By Lantern Light by Cat Weatherill
  90. One Winter's Day by M. Christina Butler
  91. One Day in Japan with Hokusai by Julia Altmann
  92. The Legend of the Poinsettia by Tomie DePaola
  93. The Samurai Warriors by Philip Steele
  94. A Samurai Castle by Fiona Macdonald
  95. Measly Middle Ages by Terry Deary
  96. Owl Takes Charge by Nick Butterworth
  97. The Dark, Dark Night by M. Christina Butler
  98. The Owl by Nick Butterworth
  99. Owls by Sarah Courtauld
  100. Night Animals by Lorraine Horsley
  101. Baby Animals at Night (Kingfisher publishing)
  102. The Cross Rabbit by Nick Butterworth
  103. The Old Man Mad About Drawing by Francois Place
  104. Step into Ancient Japan by Fiona Macdonald
  105. Bat loves the Night by Nicola Davies
  106. Not so loud, Oliver! by Tony Maddox
  107. Totally weird night animals by Iqbal Hussain
  108. Avoid being a Samurai! by Fiona Macdonald
  109. Samurai by Deborah Murrell
  110. The Art of War: Great Commanders of the Ancient and Medieval World edited byAndrew Roberts
  111. The Three Kingdoms translated by Wong Huey Khey
  112. Wise Owl's Story by Alison Uttley
  113. The Ducks by Nick Butterworth
  114. Tales from Shakespeare by Charles and Mary Lamb
  115. Illustrated Tales from Shakespeare adapted from the classic by Charles and Mary Lamb
  116. The Tempest retold by Jennifer Mulherin
  117. The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare for Everyone)
  118. Twisted Tales: Shakespeare Stories by Terry Deary
  119. The Mole by Nick Butterworth
  120. The Great Night Journey and Other Stories by Anita Ganeri
  121. Islamic Stories by Anita Ganeri
  122. Stories from World Religions retold by Anita Ganeri
  123. The Invisible Boy by Sally Gardner
  124. The Famous Five series (21 books) by Enid Blyton
  125. The Boy with the Magic Numbers by Sally Gardner
  126. The Middle Ages (Usborne History of Britain)
  127. The Fox by Nick Butterworth
  128. Muhammad and Islam by Kerena Marchant
  129. The Number Devil by Hans Magnus Enzensberger
  130. What a Hoot! (Kingfisher publishing)
  131. The Usborne Book of Animal Jokes
  132. Tintin: Prisoner of the Sun by Herge
  133. Wombat goes Walkabout by Michael Morpurgo
  134. Land of the Long White Cloud by Kiri Te Kanawa
  135. My pet hamster by Anne Rockwell
  136. What's it like to be fish?  by Wendy Pfeffer
  137. The Bear (Piccolo Explorer)
  138. Who lives in an Alligator Hole?  by Anne Rockwell
  139. Snakes are hunters by Patricia Lauber
  140. Falcons nest on Skyscrapers by Priscilla Jenkins
  141. Why Frogs are wet by Judy Hawes
  142. Folk Tales and Fables of Asia & Australia by Robert Ingpen
  143. The Aborigines by Helen Edmunds
  144. The Iliad and the Odyssey retold by Marcia Williams
  145. Percy the Park keeper: A Classic Treasury by Nick Butterworth
  146. The Rubadub Mystery by Enid Blyton
  147. The Rat-a-Tat Mystery by Enid Blyton
  148. Who eats what?  by Patricia Lauber
  149. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame by Victor Hugo
  150. The Odyssey retold by Barbara Picard
  151. Sir Francis Drake and His Daring Deeds by Andrew Donkin
  152. The Mice by Nick Butterworth
  153. Avoid fighting in the First Crusade!  by Fiona Macdonald
  154. Famous Men of the Middle Ages by John Haaren
  155. Son of Charlemagne by Barbara Willard
  156. Gods and Heroes from Viking Mythology by Brian Branston
  157. The Vikings by Shahrukh Husain
  158. Norse Myths and Legends (Usborne Illustrated Guide)
  159. A Soldier's Life in Viking Times by Fiona Corbridge
  160. 10 Best Viking Legends Ever by Michael Cox
  161. Raiders and Ruins by Terry Deary
  162. Thor and the Master of Magic by Kevin Crossley-Holland
  163. The Eye of the Viking God by Terry Deary
  164. The Battle of the Viking Woman by Terry Deary
  165. The Hand of the Viking Warrior by Terry Deary
  166. The Sword of the Viking King by Terry Deary
  167. Avoid sailing with Franics Drake by David Stewart
  168. Avoid being a Medieval Knight!  by Fiona Macdonald
  169. Avoid being Tutakhamum!  by David Stewart
  170. A Viking Town by Fiona Macdonald
  171. Anglo-Saxon and Viking Britain by Fiona Macdonald
  172. How to be an Anglo-Saxon in 13 easy steps by Scoular Anderson
  173. The Usborne Book of Greek and Norse Legends
  174. Avoid being an Egyptian Pyramid Builder!  by Jacqueline Morley
  175. The Facts about the Vikings by Dereen Taylor
  176. The Viking Codex by Fiona Macdonald
  177. Picasoo and the Girl with a Ponytail by Laurence Anholt
  178. Parables from Nature by Margaret Gatty
  179. Just so Stories by Rudyard Kipling
  180. Big John's Secret by Eleanore Jewett
  181. The Red Fairy Book by Andrew Lang
  182. The Blue Fairy Book by Andrew Lang
  183. Augustine Came to Kent by Barbara Wilard
  184. Robin Hood: His Life and Legend by Bernard Miles
  185. 101 Dalmations by Dodie Smith
  186. Coot Club by Arthur Ransome
  187. The Hidden Treasure of Glaston by Eleanore Jewett
  188. Glinda of Oz by L.Frank Baum
  189. Stories from the History of Rome by Mrs Beesly
  190. The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  191. Kings and Things by H.E. Marshall
  192. Don Quixote retold by Martin Jenkins
  193. Swallows and Amazon by Arthur Ransome
  194. Gooney Bird Greene by Lois Lowry
  195. The Princess and the Curdie by George MacDonald
  196. The Borrowers by Mary Norton
  197. The Chronicles of Narnia (7 books) by C.S. Lewis
  198. David Copperfield (Longman Classics)
  199. Animal Treasury by Enid Blyton
  200. Knight's Handbook by Sam Taplin
  201. The Family Collection by Enid Blyton
  202. Origins of Chinese Martial Arts translated by Laurel Teo
  203. The Giraffe, the Pelly and Me by Roald Dahl
  204. Danny the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl
  205. What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge
  206. Rumplestiltskin
  207. Much Ado About Nothing retold by Andrew Matthews
  208. The Happy Prince and Other Stories by Oscar Wilde
  209. The Door in the Wall by Margurite de Angeli
  210. Tales from The Arabian Nights by Andrew Lang
  211. Buffalo Bill by Ingri & Edgar d'Aulaire
  212. The Essential Calvin & Hobbes by Bill Watterson
  213. Just William series (10 books) by Richmal Crompton
  214. Celtic Fairy Tales by Philip Wilson
  215. The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
  216. The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter by Beatrix Potter
  217. The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
  218. Moby Dick presented by Jan Needle
  219. Horrible Histories Annual 2008
  220. Otto of the Silver Hand by Howard Pyle
  221. How to Avoid a Wombat's Bum by Mitchell Symons
  222. The Dolphin Adventures by Wayne Grover
  223. The Rabbit Problem by Emily Gravett
  224. Magic Tree House: Lions on the Loose by Mary Pope Osborne
  225. The BFG by Roald Dahl
  226. Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl
  227. Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Roald Dahl
  228. The Twits by Roald Dahl
  229. Pictures at an Exhibition by Anna Harwell Celenza
  230. Once Upon a Blue Moose by Daniel Pinkwater
  231. How does Sand Become Glass?  by Melissa Stewart
  232. Mystery of the Disappearing Cat by Enid Blyton
  233. The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Warner
  234. James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl
  235. I want to be a Fire Fighter by Stephanie Maze
  236. Peter Pan and Wendy by J.M. Barrie
  237. Red Falcons of Tremoine by Hendry Peart
  238. Big Book of History (Knowledge Masters)
  239. How to be a Viking: A Northlander's Guide
  240. Gulliver's Travels retold by Martin Jenkins
  241. Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift
  242. Homer Price by Robert McCloskey
  243. The Golden Hoard by Geraldine McCaughrean
  244. The Light at Tern Rock by Julia L. Sauer
  245. Edward Lear's Nonsense Book
  246. Doctor DoLittle by Hugh Lofting
  247. The Nutcracker by E.T.A. Hoffmann
  248. The Iron Man by Ted Hughes
  249. The Missing Piece by Shel Silverstein
  250. Emily's Runaway Imagination by Beverly Cleary
  251. Henry Huggins by Beverly Cleary
  252. Britannia: 100 Great Stories from British History by Geraldine McCaughrean
  253. What happens to a Hamburger?  by Paul Showers
  254. Thomas the Tank Engine: The Classic Library Station Box (26 books) by W. Awdry
  255. The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns
  256. Grandfather Tang's Story by Ann Tompert
  257. Sir Cumference and the Isle of Immeter by Cindy Neuschwander
  258. Sir Cumference and the Sword in the Cone by Cindy Neuschwander
  259. Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland by Cindy Neuschwander
  260. Sir Cumference and the First Round Table by Cindy Neuschwander
  261. Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi by Cindy Neuschwander
  262. 2x2=Boo!  by Loreen Leedy
  263. Multiplying Menace by Pam Calvert
  264. The Warlord's Beads by Virginia Pilegard
  265. The Warlord's Puzzle by Virginia Pilegard
  266. The Warlord's Puppeteers by Virginia Pilegard
  267. The Warlord's Kites by Virginia Pilegard
  268. The Warlord's Fish by Virginia Pilegard
  269. A Guide to Wizards of the World by Dugald A. Steer
  270. Lost Worlds by John Howe
  271. The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton
  272. The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame
  273. Painful Poison by Nick Arnold
  274. The Dangerous Book for Boys by Conn Iggulden
  275. The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald
  276. The Princess and the Curdie by George MacDonald
  277. If all the Swords in England by Barbara Willard
  278. The Legends of Charlemagne by Thomas Bulfinch
  279. The Llama Who Had No Pajama by Mary Ann Hoberman

3 comments:

  1. What an awesome list. I'm impressed. Did you know you read that many books before you wrote them all down? Some of them are pretty long and difficult chapter books too. Wow!

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  2. jmommymom - I had no idea of the number until I sat down a few nights ago to compile the list. The main reason the list is so long is because Tiger gets through the books himself, rather than waiting for me to read them to him. :-)

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  3. thanks for sharing.

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