At the end of the Five Fall Favorites party last month, I realized that some of the books I enjoy most (and most enjoy talking about) didn't end up making the cut for this round of recommendations. Even if they didn't fit this year's prompts, they are well worth talking about, so today's post is a follow-up discussing my Top 5 Favorite Books Not Featured in FFF.
Top 5 Wednesday is hosted by a group of the same name on Goodreads, where a prompt is shared each week inviting participants to share their top 5 books that fit the prompt. This week’s prompt is “Book Characters I Would Dress Up As.”
Today's post was originally going to be part of First Line Friday, but at the last minute I decided that instead I want to share some of the good, encouraging, or fun things that I came across this week.
#6DegreesofSeparation is hosted by Kate at booksaremyfavouriteandbest. The gist is that everyone starts with the same book, then finds another book that relates to it somehow, then one that relates to the second, until you’ve got a chain of six additional books. It’s a twist on the theory that every person on earth can somehow be connected to any other person in six or fewer steps, and provides an opportunity to talk about random books we love (or don’t).
Today's post was originally supposed to be a collection of mini reviews of Christmas books I've read. However, I'm running short on time today (and honestly didn't end up completing as many Christmas books as I originally hoped), so instead of reviewing I'm just going to feature 5 favorite Christmas-themed books I have read in the past and 1 current Christmassy read that I am pretty sure will become a new favorite. These are all books I highly recommend and would give a 4 or 5 star review.
Day 9 of 12 Days of Christmas 2021! Last year I made a post talking about my Top 5 Christmas Movies, so this year I'm tackling the same topic from a slightly different angle. This time I am specifically sharing my favorite Hallmark Christmas movies.
Hello, Reader! In honor of (American) Thanksgiving being this week, I am going to share a few posts about books that I am thankful to have read. Today's post kicks this off with 5 books I am thankful I read as a child. These were some of my favorite books growing up and played a significant role in shaping how I look at the world. With as much time as I have spent this semester reading and talking about the newest children's books, I have enjoyed taking a little time to think about the books from my own childhood. I hope you enjoy reading along, too!
Welcome to Friday, Reader! Remember a few posts back when I mentioned that Oklahoma actually seemed to be following the calendar, and things were cooling down like fall is supposed to? This week we decided to go back to Spring! Which honestly isn't that surprising. Tornado sirens before dawn, on the other hand, are surprising.... Continue Reading →