Pepper is so anxious about what happens in Fyre, the last Septimus Heap book by Angie Sage, that she’s taken shelter on top of the dining room table.
Special guest kitty Macca hopes that he can pick up some pointers from his bedtime story, Bad Kitty by Nick Bruel.
Since she’s not wearing anything green for St. Patrick’s Day, Binky plans to carry Jennifer A. Nielsen’s The Runaway King with her at all times.
Pepper is tackling her fear of spiders by sitting next to her copy of The Liberation of Gabriel King by KL Going.
All of Binky’s instincts are telling her to read Mind Games by Kiersten White.
Zuzu has to admit that he’s a little overwhelmed by Olivia by Ian Falconer.
After reading Crankenstein by Samantha Berger and Dan Santat, Binky realizes she’s not that grouchy after all.
Pepper is worn out after taking the advice in P.S. Be Eleven by Rita Williams-Garcia.
Zuzu can’t wait to find out the answer in Jane Yolen & Mark Teague’s book How Do Dinosaurs Count To Ten?
To avoid the bad weather, Binky has decided to spend the day inside reading Trenton Lee Stewart’s book The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict.