Booking Through Thursday Challenge

Pick up a book.
Turn to page 123.
Read the first sentence.
Read the last sentence.
Now connect them.

Ok, I know it isn’t Thursday but let’s just say yesterday I was a bit of a mess and just didn’t get around to this. Also, I know I didn’t transcribe the challenge word for word. My apology.

The book closest to me is “The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place” by E.L. Konigsburg.

“I awakened to the smell of pancakes. This morning, Uncle Alex said nothing–did not even greet me in English — but stood at the stove, with his back to me, pouring batter into a pan.”

I actually think these two sentences make sense together without fiddling with them so I will leave them as they are. Of course, they are better with all the text in between but they still stand on their own.

I haven’t started reading this book yet but it was next in line for my Young Readers Challenge. After reading page 123, my interest is piqued and I will start it this afternoon. Thanks for the jumpstart!


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