WWW Wednesday 15 September 2021

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme currently hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. The three W’s stand for the following questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? To participate, make a post or comment answering the three questions, link up to the host (Sam)’s post, and check out what others are reading and talking about! I typically participate once a month, approximately in the middle of the month, as a halfway check-in on my monthly reading goals.

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What Am I Currently Reading?

Tables in the Wilderness: A Memoir of God Found, Lost, and Found Again

📚 Tables in the Wilderness by Preston Yancey – Nonfiction, Memoir, Theology

📚 Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin – Juvenile Fantasy

📚 The Year of the Dog by Grace Lin – Juvenile Contemporary Fiction

What Did I Recently Finish Reading?

I’ve actually recently finished several more books than what are listed here, but these are the best of what I’ve recently finished. If you want to see all of the books I’m reading, you can find my Goodreads shelf here.

Merci Suárez Changes Gears

📚 Merci Suarez Changes Gears by Meg Medina – Juvenile Contemporary Fiction, Newbery Award Winner

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📚 A Dog Like Daisy by Kristin O’Donnell Tubb – Juvenile Contemporary Fiction

⭐⭐⭐⭐ Read my mini review here!

📚 Linked by Gordon Korman – Middle Grade/Young Adult Contemporary Fiction

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What Might I Read Next?

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

📚 News from Me, Lucy McGee by Mary Amato – Juvenile Contemporary Fiction

📚 Ada Lace and the Suspicious Artist by Emily Calandrelli – Juvenile Contemporary Mystery

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The good thing about speed-reading children’s books is that you’re still able to ‘get’ the majority of the book even though you’re reading quickly. And, I had forgotten how enjoyable books for older children can be! Mid-elementary school is when my love for reading really took off, so reading books that are written for the same age group is more interesting and fun than I anticipated. It’s even somewhat nostalgic even as I’m reading brand-new books!

Do you ever read children’s books? If so, do you gravitate to a particular age group or read all over the place?

Until the next chapter,

Jana

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