Hey y'all it's that time again. Me and Starr from At Home With a Book are back with two more childhood favorites. This month we went with Welcome to Dead House by R. L. Stine (Goosebumps #1) and James and the Giant Peach. What did we think? STARR:James and the Giant Peach: I am a little … Continue reading October Childhood Favorites with Starr from At Home With a Book
Hey y'all! Today I'm here with my September Wrap Up! After an extremely slow start to September I was able to complete a total of 13 books, which is rather impressive considering my the 15th, I had only read 2. I don't call it slumpy September for nothing. Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh (review) … Continue reading September 2020 Wrap Up
Hey y'all!! Today I am coming with a new feature. Me and my dear bookish friend Starr, from At Home With a Book came up with this idea during one of our many conversations about books and blogging. We decided that each month we will each pick a book from our childhood and we will … Continue reading Revisiting Childhood Favorites with Starr at At Home With a Book
***ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for a free and honest review*** Marva Sheridan is freshly 18 and thrilled to be voting in her first election. Duke comes from a family where politics are super important but he just wants to do his civic duty and go home. On a chance meeting … Continue reading Book Review: The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert
Hey y'all!! What's up! I wanted to come today to do a Friday Reads for y'all! I have been a reading machine this week and I wanted to do my usual Friday post. I finished 4 books this week so far and will probably be finishing a fifth today. I'm really trying to finish my current reads before the Pop Culture Readathon starts on July 1st. TBR coming for that soooooonnnn! Anyway, here is my Friday reads.
Middle Grade series are the absolute best! Here are some that I want to read.
A middle grade book about love, acceptance, and knowing that everything will be ok.
Hey y'all! Today I wanted to talk to you about some big, thicc books that you can escape in while you're at home social distancing. I really love big books and enjoy getting lost in them. I do love an epic, thick fantasy, but a I also like to sink into a sprawling family drama … Continue reading Book Recommendations: Big Books to Get Lost In
It's the summer before seventh grade and Alberta is so excited for the new family moving into the old bed and breakfast across the street in her Ewing Beach community. What makes Alberta even happier is that the family that is moving in is Black like her and her two dads. Alberta learns about how … Continue reading Review: The Only Black Girls in Town by Brandy Colbert
Hey y'all! One of my goals for this year was to read more non-fiction. In an attempt to actually do this, I think I'm going to do a non-fiction wrap-up after I read four books. Here are the first four non-fiction books I have completed this year: White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White … Continue reading Non-Fiction Wrapup #1