Sunday, December 20, 2009

Books, DVDs and CDs in August 2009

This is really backdated, but I really want to start posting every month the books we've read, DVD's watched and CD's listened to.

Since it is the end of December when I'm writing this, I'm bound to forget some things. but I have the library reading list I can refer to, along with looking at our bookshelf.

So here goes:


The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship: a Russian Tale
Why Mosquitos Buzz in People's Ears: A West African Tale
Fish is Fish
Three Pigs, One Wolf, and Seven Magic Shapes
More Tales of Oliver Pig
The Luckiest One of All
The Whingdingdilly
Duffy and the Devil: A Cornish Tale
Bedtime for Frances
The Emperor and the Kite
Courdory goes to the Beach
Merle the high flying squirrel
Welcome to China
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Spinky Sulks
Apes and Monkeys
A Baby Sister for Frances
Baby Whales Drink Milk


Chinese-American Heritage
Between the Lions Seasons 1&2
Tikki Tikki Tembo...and more favorite stories
Five Stories for the Very Young
The Flintstones
Beethoven (NEST Entertainment)

CD's or Books on Tape

Symphony no.5
Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories
Victorian nursery Rhymes
Granny will your dog bite: and other mountain rhymes
Princess Furball
How ostrich got its long neck
Eleven centuries of traditional Chinese music
Caps for Sale
Wee Sing nursery rhymes and lullabies

Here are other books from our bookcase that we bought from the thrift stores that we have read over the mid-summer through December 2009:

Martin's Invisible Invention
The Real Mother Goose
Where is Gah-Ning?
The Good Samaritan
The Speckled Hen: A Russian Rhyme
Ira Sleeps Over
The Nutcracker
Put me in the Zoo
The Chocolate Chip Mystery
Wonders of the Sea
The House on East 88th Street
Herbert and the Timid Dragon
Loudmouth George and the Cornet
Scooby Doo and the Shiny Spooky Knights
Baseball Ballerina
Who is God?
Jon and the Little Lost Lamb
Curious George
Mystery on the Docks
Keep you Socks on Albert
Lady and the Tramp
Exploring the Seashore
The Magic Carousel
Ralph's Secret Weapon
Tom Thumb
Many stories from Five Minute Tales for Four Year Olds
Richard Scarry Best Mother Goose Ever
Many Stories from Children's Bedtime Treasury

Needless to say, we have read to above books, over and over and over again, some of them dozens and dozens of times.

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