So I went to the library the other day and only picked up one book, which is rare for me because I usually leave with more books than I could ever possibly read in the two weeks they allow you to keep them, but that’s what I did. I am also getting that book returned …
Since the summer months can get pretty busy, I wanted to create a summer reading list so I could keep myself on track with all of the books I want to read. Here are my 9 must-read books on my summer reading list.
I received a free advanced readers copy of this book from the publisher through TLC Book Tours in exchange for my honest review. About Being the Grownup • Paperback: 322 pages Children need adults to survive. This, despite the profound change our digital era has wrought on family life, remains the essence of parenthood. Being the Grownup The …
I dove into quite a few YA books recently, including ACOTAR, Six of Crows, and Three Dark Crowns. Here are my thoughts.
“In this unforgettable novel, perfect for fans of An Unexpected Grace and A Dog’s Way Home, a single mom and her chronically ill child receive a valuable lesson from an unlikely source—a very special dog who unexpectedly enters their lives and shows them that one person’s lost cause can be another’s greatest gift . . .
Two of the books I read this month were digital copies, and while I really enjoyed the content of those books, it felt like such a chore to read them, which was a real bummer. That being said, reading is still a joy and I will take an e-book over no book any day.
Okay, so I’m way late on posting these and, once again, I did not get as much reading done as I had hoped to this month. I got carried away with learning to make bread and binge watching shows on Netflix (I really need to read The Umbrella Academy now). But, I got a few …
Here are the toddler books we are reading this month with my two and three year old. These are popular books with great themes for both girls and boys.
Here are some mini reviews of the books I was able to finish in January.
The Daughter’s Of Temperance Hobbs by Katherine Howe (ARC Review) | This is the story of a Boston based professor of colonial history, Connie, and her familial connection to witchcraft and the price that comes with it. After learning about a curse that threatens the life of the man she loves, she races to solve a mystery that generations of women before her have failed to resolve.