February Favorites March 9, 2022 I wish I had time to log in all of my February books, but this will have to do. You can see on the right the stack of picture books Gage and I read for Black History Month (plus 2 Van Gogh books). The back row were standouts for me.❤️ The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson and EB White❤️Harlem’s Little Blackbird: The Story of Florence Mills by Renee Watson and Christian Robinson❤️A Children’s Introduction to African American History by Jabari Asim and Lynn Gaines 👉🏻 we used this 96 pager as our textbook for the monthYou can see my list of adult reads on the left is considerably smaller. Still managed to have ones I loved just a little bit more.❤️Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts by Rebecca Hall and Hugo Martinez 🖋 graphic novel❤️Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney❤️The Inheritance of Orquidea Divina by Zoraida Cordova I’ve read 90 books this year and I’m in my 15th month of reading a book a day. Share this:TweetShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I haven’t read any of these. I do like Alice Feeney but, I have too many psych thrillers unread right now. I love seeing everyones favorites.
I am finding that mixing it up has helped me find favorites among so many genres.
Stacy, I’m continually amazed that you are able to keep up with the ‘book a day’ challenge you’ve set yourself. Looks like a lot of good reading. I did read ROCK PAPER SCISSORS at the end of last year. I liked it pretty well, but I’m still avoiding the psycho thrillers for a while. Got a bit tired of them. Hope you have a good week!
I don’t read enough psychological thrillers! I find that with reading so many books that I really reading from all genres and I love it. I can’t get sick of anything 🙂