So I haven’t been reading like crazy these past months but I have been regularly reading two books a month at least which I am please about. I have just been a bit lazy doing my wrap ups apologies. My favourite would have to be Belle Revolte about two women swapping lives to study different magic systems. I read some awesome middle grade books as well that I am excited to share with you. Let me know in the comments how your reading is going this winter and what has been your favourite read so far?
Here is the list:
House with a Clock in its Walls by John Bellairs
Opinion: An awesome start to whirlwind of adventures with some hilarious characters that you will love so much. Great for eight upwards.
Last Kid On Earth by Max Brallier and Douglas Holgate
Opinion: A main character that will annoy you so much but who you love because you just do plus some amazing monster zombies. Great for eight upwards.
Belle Revolte by Linsey Miller
Opinion: An epic adventure of two young women who swap lives to study different types of magic but who are wrapped up in revolt that they may not come out of. Great for 13 upwards.
Amelia Fang and the Unicorn Lords by Laura Ellen Anderson
Opinion: Another incredibly hilarious and creepy adventure with Amelia Fang where we see the darker side of unicorns. Great for seven upwards.
Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth
Opinion: A fascinating account from Ron Stallworth about the ways in which KKK have wormed their way into American society in Colorado Springs. The inspiration for the film Blackkklansman.
Bad Nana Older Not Wise by Sophy Henn
Opinion: Stories of a grandmother that reminds me of my grandmothers so much and how they have so much to teach us and make us laugh. Great for ages six/seven upwards.
Riverdale The Day Before by Micol Ostow
Opinion: A depiction of the situation before that fateful day in Riverdale done from the opinions of many we already know from the TV show. A thrilling read I can’t wait to read the next in the series.
Second Best Friend by Non Pratt
Opinion: Best friends are hard to come by but it is even harder to hold onto them as is shown through Jade and Becky. A great friendship story and dyslexia friendly.
The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde
Opinion: A short and very peculiar tale of a ghost in a house with a new family arriving. I think I may need to need this one again.
Some Places More Than Others by Renee Watson
Opinion: An adorable story of finding out where you come from and what your family history is plus why it is so important to you. I really loved this book beautifully written.
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