January, in which my reading comes to a screeching halt. Which isn’t true; I’ve been reading, but it’s all books that are out in February or March, so it just doesn’t look like I am. Also, class started. Can I tell you a secret about the class? I’m loving it. (No surprise.) And I’m kind of an instigator on the discussion boards (though no one has really taken me on); I’ve had to defend audio books, Madeline, and In the Night Kitchen so far. We’ll see how the rest of the semester goes.
My favorite this month:
So, so very good.
The Burning Sky
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
The Middle Moffat
Beezus and Ramona
The Wolf Hour (audio book)
Holidays on Ice (audio book)
What were your favorites this month?
4 thoughts on “Monthly Round-up: January 2018”
You instigate away!! I hope someone wasn’t trying to say that audiobooks aren’t real books or some such nonsense. Sometimes I wish I would’ve picked librarian or teacher instead of speech therapist as a field, I’d love to be discussing books with other like-minded folks.
Lol! Actually, they were saying that readers aren’t as “engaged” with books if they’re audio books. And I strongly disagree!
The Cruel Prince looks worth checking out!
I so much need to read Cruel Prince!!!!! I see so many people who love it. ❤ and I'm so much an instigator on discussions, too, hahaha. but I have to defend things! or the things won't be defended!