What I Will Be Reading #46 – For me and my kids

It’s a new year, so time to add some new books to my TBR list. Let me start with my recommendations from The Modern Mrs. Darcy, my go-to source.

To keep up my reading around the world, I’m going to read The Dry by Jane Harper. It’s set in Australia in a drought (hence the name). It’s a mystery, but I’ve read a couple good ones recently so I have high hopes.

Next up is The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix Harrow. I’ve seen this book discussed a couple of places. Modern Mrs. Darcy talked about it twice. I put it on my radar because the author’s name. It’s also a book about books, which is one of my favorite subgenres.

I think the Mr. Curiosity might enjoy The Shakespeare Stealer by Gary Blackwood. Modern Mrs. Darcy described it as a middle grade version of Shakespeare in Love. He was part of a local production of Shakespeare in Love, so it might be fun to read a version of it.

If I’m giving Mr. Adventure a new book, I should do the same for Miss Adventure. I’ve got Pages & Co.: The Bookwanderers by Anna James for her. This one came from a GeekMom post about books. I thought Miss Adventure might enjoy it because it’s about being able to travel in and out of books. It kind of reminded me of the Land of Stories series she likes so much.

And that’s what I’m adding to my (and my kids’) reading list. Anything else I should add?

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