Are You Liberal, Conservative or Confused?, by Richard Maybury (for school) - Maybury's books are great: short, to the point, logical.
Sophie's World: A Novel about the History of Philosophy, by Jostein Guarder - Overviews philosophy starting with the ancient Greeks. The book has a clever twist which ties its characters to the philosophy they're learning, I liked the general overview, it's nice to get things in order and see how different thinkers lead from each other.
Captain America: Red Menace Ultimate Collection, by Ed Brubaker - I really like Brubaker's work and the artwork is beautiful.
†Catherine the Great, by Katherine Scherman - I loved this book with all its beautiful descriptions of Russia. I'd love to go to St. Petersburg.
†John Paul Jones: Fighting Sailor, by Armstrong Sperry - Also loved this book. "I have not yet begun to fight! (John Paul)"
Meditations on First Philosophy, by Rene Decartes
†The Flight and Adventures of Charles II, by Charles Norman
†The Mysterious Voyage of Captain Kidd, by A. B. C. Whipple - I loved the illustrations in this one.
†William the Conqueror, by Thomas B. Costain
*The Devil Wears Prada - It's a fun chick flick sort of movie.
*Madagascar 1 & 2 - I love those movies. They're just funny. Mostly I love the penguins.
The Mentalist (season 1 to somewhere in 3)
The Guardian (part of season 1)
Kings (the first coupla episodes so far)
† Landmark Book
* seen before
I'd love to hear what you've been reading & watching. Have a fabulous February (yay alliteration) xx