I’ve managed to keep my book a day streak alive! 31 books!
13 picture books
3 young adult
3 chapter books
2 contemporary romance
1 historical romance
1 historical fiction
1 kids graphic novel
Technically, I’ve read 13 more for Cybils Award judging, but since I can’t talk about them until judging is done and winners are announced, I’ll count them next month 🙂
6 thoughts on “January favorites and February intentions”
Stacy, you rock! I can’t believe the pace and variety of books that you have been reading. I did not read and picture book/kids books in January but, I have a few new ones I hope to read in February. Hope February is a good month for you.
All this new book banning in schools is making me crazy when I hear about it on the news, If I was a young mom I would be livid – it’s out-of-control IMO.
I’m trying. Homeschooling has added more kids reading for sure. Book banning is terrible in any way, shape, or form. So is banning race discussions. Gage and I read a book and watched a video today that for sure would have gotten me fired from some classrooms in those places that don’t want to make people uncomfortable. The discussion was so important. The banning of those learning opportunities makes me just as mad as removing books from curriculums or libraries.
Looks like an incredible selection. I look forward to your Cybil Awards’ reads!
I read Children of Blood and Bone a couple of years ago and decided to wait and read the other two books in the trilogy once the final one comes out. I loved it! Beautiful story. I think the last one comes out next summer!
That’s a good idea! I like it when I can read somewhat close together, otherwise I forget important details. I like the idea of a recap at the beginning of these trilogies that reminds us what happening previously in the series. Like they do on tv!