I saw this book discussed on a Modern Mrs. Darcy post as a book about books, one of my favorite subgenres. I picked it up now to attempt to fill my number row for my Alphabet Reading Challenge (it’s a new category Mr. Curiosity created this year). Sadly, it was much too quick a read for me (I read it in an afternoon) to feel good about counting. I’ll have to find another number book.
Genre: nonfiction correspondence
Length: 97 pages
Setting: New York City and London, 1949-1969
Summary: Short version: Correspondence about books and life Continue reading
This is the second book in the Dark Jewels trilogy. I’m trying to finish series within a reasonably short time of starting them, so here’s the second book already.
Length: 482 pages
Setting: soon after the events of Daughter of the Blood, various locations within the Realms
Summary: Short version: Jaenelle heals and draws friends into her official Court Continue reading
It’s John Green’s new book that I’ve been meaning to read. A student in my Coastal Biology class recommended it to me when I asked for a book recommendation, and it reminded me I wanted to read the book.
Genre: YA fiction
Length: 286 pages
Setting: outside of Indianapolis, present day
Summary: Short version: Aza tries to deal with her OCD and still have a relationship Continue reading
I had heard good things about this book and decided to read it to the kids. It’s set in the winter, so it made it appropriate to read this late in the year.
Genre: middle grade fiction with a touch of magic
Length: 370 pages
Setting: mostly the Winterhouse hotel, in a northern climate, present day
Summary: Short version: Who can find The Book and decode the secret message first? Continue reading