Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Read - you're it

 Now that Jake's  read a children's book and a classic novel,  it's time to branch out. What will he read next?

Top Ten Audio Projects Jake will do next:

10. Poor Little Bitch Girl by Jackie Collins

9. The Jumbles in the Comics Section

8. What to Expect When You are Expecting

7. The picture directions to the IKEA Hemnes 8 Drawer Dresser

6.  I, Toto: The Autobiography of Terry, the Dog who was Toto by Willard Carroll

5. Don't Hassel the Hoff: The Autobiography by David Hasselhoff

4.  A Night Without Armor : Poems by Jewel

3. The police blotter from the Anamosa, Iowa newspaper, The Anamosa Journal Eureaka

2. Mr. T: The Man With the Gold : An Autobiography of Mr. T by Mr. T.

and the number one audio project next for Jake:

1. Monthly PTA minutes from NYC PS218


Cloud 9 said...

It might be A Night Without Armor, because I read where he is going to be reading at a benefit for our veterans.

What a great cause. :) Great post.

Special K said...

That's right Cloud 9. Thanks for the reminder about A Night Without Armor.

the real m said...

Another really cute post. FYI for any one hesitant about the book, I down loaded the audible app to my IPad, then went on to the site to order the book. It turns out they had a 30 day free trial so so far it cost me nothing. After 30 days you pay a flat rate and get one free book a month, so not a bad deal. You can down load to a pc, Mac iPod etc too. We are taking a quick 4 day getaway, so I will be reading- or should i say listening to- this at the beach or pool.

Special K said...

Speaking of reading. I got to catch David Sedaris do a reading at Symphony Hall on Sunday night. He read some of his brand new book coming out in two weeks, observations straight out of his daily journey and even had a Q&A session. What a great time.

Special K said...

Thanks for the info M! And enjoy your getaway with Jake.

norwegian girl said...

i have read a lot of posts from october 2007 today, when jake and reese started "for real". it made me miss those days. i remember so well how much it hurt, but i remember even more how good it felt to have a community that supported eachother and nursed eachother. i miss those times, and i miss teds toothy:( i loved Our getting-games.