June’s Book Club Selection

The winner of an Awesome giveaway From Gingersnaps is:
Via random.org # 7
Alicia @ Little sprinkels of fun.  Alicia is a Blogger friend and Kindergarten teacher and I’m super excited for her!!  Congratulations!!
Now on to this months selection.
Summer is here and I LOVE it!!  There is something so great about long lazy day.  Kids running around in the backyard, freshly mowed grass, I love it all.  So In honor of summer, I picked a great easy read:
Princess Academy
by Shannon Hale
Princess Academy is a Newbery Honor Book.  Here is the synopsis {so if you don’t wanna know skip the next paragraph}
High on the side of rocky Mount Eskel, far from the valleys where gardens are green and lush, where lowlanders make laws, Miri’s family has lived forever, pounding a living from the stone of the mountain itself. For as long as she can remember, Miri has dreamed of working alongside the other villagers in the quarries of her beloved mountainside. But Miri has never been allowed to work there, perhaps, she thinks, because she is so small.Then word comes from the valley that the king’s priests have divined Mount Eskel to be the home of the prince’s bride-to-be—the next princess. The prince himself will travel to the village to choose her, but first all eligible girls must attend a makeshift mountain academy to prepare themselves for royal lowlander life. At the school, Miri soon finds herself confronted by bitter competition among the girls and her own conflicting desires to be chosen by the prince. Yet when danger comes to the academy and threatens all their lives, it is Miri, named for a tiny mountain flower, who must find a way to save her classmates—and the one chance to leave the mountain each of them is determined to secure as her own.
Our Book Club Sponsor for June is:
Since we had such a good response to recycled jewelry, I’m happy to introduce JMP Designs.  Go check out her shop and you can see the great stuff up for the Giveaway at the Book Club meeting.
So there you have it, a nice easy read for summer.  I’m always looking for recommendations for Book Club selections.   Contact me to recommend a book.
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  1. Sounds interesting! I'm new and glad to see a Newberry as a choice. Off to visit the sponsor. I am a big fan of recycled jewelry.

  2. Mandy @ Sugar Bee Crafts says:

    awesome – – just read that a couple of weeks ago….

  3. Hmm, never heard of it. Nor the author. Looks completely different than what I typically read. PERFECT! I got it this morning for my Kobo. :)

    -Not excited or anything.

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