NaBloPoMo Day 4: more books, knitting the wrong thing

We got a Scholastic order from school today which included a copy of The Invention of Hugo Cabret. I had been considering buying it and thought it was a bargain in the catalog. I see now that it's 39 cents cheaper on Amazon but this way we earned points for our teacher to get more books for class! I feel a bit guilty buying books like this because I feel like I am trying to turn Niels into the same kind of reader I am: the kind who also enjoys comics and graphic novels. This book is half pictures, if not more. I haven't started reading it yet but I flipped through it and it looks really interesting. He already likes comics, of course, but this will help that along too.

I was running around all day so far and the only knitting I did was on the ribbing of my stripey socks. I'm done and am going to bind them off as soon as I finish posting this, which doesn't help me reach my sweater goal, of course, but gives me a fun new pair of socks to wear tomorrow! I will probably knit a bit on the sweater too. I want to watch yesterday's episode of V before I go to bed, even though the things I've read so far have not been terribly positive. It could get better! Right? Right!

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2 thoughts on “NaBloPoMo Day 4: more books, knitting the wrong thing

  1. Kathy in San Jose November 4, 2009 / 11:06 pm

    Hugo Cabret is a phenomenal book, having won the Caldecott Award last year for the illustrations. Remind me sometime to tell you about attending the awards banquet and watching Brian Selznick's acceptance speech, which was absolutely brilliant.

  2. abigailvr November 4, 2009 / 11:09 pm

    The Caldecott was one of the things that drew me to the book, yes! I will get that story from you at some point. 🙂

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