Roaring Brook Press, 2021 When Rea has a fight with her brother on their 12th birthday and he goes missing, she decides she's going to do whatever it takes to save her brother. This leads her on an adventure where Rea learns family secrets, what friendship is, and that she might not be the as … Continue reading Blog Tour Review: Rea and the Blood of the Nectar by Payal Doshi
Matthias is the youngest member of the Redwall Abbey, a home to a group of tranquil mice with a love for nature. Their peaceful nature is tested when Cluny the Scourge decides to attack the Abbey. Ok, so this is a wildly popular and nostalgic series for a lot of people. I remember reading it … Continue reading Will I Continue? Redwall Series
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
2019, Rick Riordan Presents “Strongs keep punching, you get me?” Tristan Strong comes from a legacy of boxers. But when Tristan loses his first bout, he is starting to think that boxing isn’t what he really wants to do. Also, he is dealing with the lose of his best friend, Eddie, who seemed to be … Continue reading Review: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia
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 about the books that are on my radar for June. This is an ambitious list, and if you've been with me for any amount of time, I tend to veer off of my TBRs. There are quite a few sequels and non-fiction I want to tackle this month. … Continue reading June TBR….
Everybody missed the bus that fell from the sky, because they were so wrapped up in their middle school walks home. This is an interconnected short story collection that follows different kids from 10 different blocks. There are best friends, loners, worriers, kids facing fears, kids dealing with issues way beyond middle school life. Jason … Continue reading Review: Look Both Ways by Jason Reynolds
The Wizards of Once Xar is a wizard with no magic and Wish is a very un-warrior like warrior. Through a series of events, these two must team up to bring the wizards and warriors together, to help fight the, thought to be extinct, witches. I have never read any of the How to Train … Continue reading Middle Grade Review: The Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell
Hey y'all! Today we are talking about 10 books that have truly stood out for the year of 2018. I had a really strong first half of 2018 and then it kind of faded. These are the ones that initially came to mind when I started trying to compile my list. I have linked my … Continue reading Best Books of 2018