I am so enjoying this series! I'm about two-thirds of the way through Book 4 (A Feast For Crows) just now, and I know that as soon as I put it down I'll be dying to go on to Book 5! Am a bit worried after that though - the next two books are yet to be released!
I love reading about religion, and I've heard great things about this book. Some reviews I've seen are comparing it to the excellent Under The Banner of Heaven, which is a stunning piece of reportage. Looking forward to getting my teeth into this!
Math Doesn't Suck, by Danica McKellar.
I bought this book (and its sequel, Kiss My Math) months ago, but have been so busy this school year I haven't read them yet! I'm hoping to read this over summer, KMM over the autumn, revise my GSCE maths in the spring, and to sign up for an A-level course next autumn. I used to really, properly love maths, but I had some very poor teachers in senior school and I lost all the joy of it. Since becoming a teacher, the passion has been re-awakened, and I'm excited to see what happens next! Maths FTW.
Spoiled, by Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks.
I've been a longtime fan of the website Go Fug Yourself, and meant to buy this when it first came out....but my good intentions were for naught! Very much looking forward to a good, trashy, fun read!
A couple of friends recommended this - far from encouraging laziness, it's more about empowering students and encouraging them to think independently. A huge focus for me as a teacher. Looking forward to picking up some new tricks to take into the classroom!