Wow! This month flew by!!! It was a better month for me mentally. I mean all this stay at home stuff has been tough. I am a huge family person and not seeing my family for months has been really hard. We met up with two of my siblings, my parents, a niece and two … Continue reading June Wrap Up!
This month was a bit tough for me. It was Oliver's first birthday and we couldn't really celebrate. We did do a zoom smash cake party but it just wasn't the same. My birthday was three days later and it was a rough one this year. My whole family always comes and spends the weekend, … Continue reading May Wrap Up!
These books are so cute. I really think a lot of middle grade readers would enjoy them! I love all the different takes and renditions of the fairy tale characters we know and love. This book had a lot more substance than the previous two. Alex is training to be a fairy Godmother and she's … Continue reading A Grimm Warning by Chris Colfer
I'm so excited that I've read some classics lately. This was a really quick read! I was not expecting it to be so short. With that being said, I expected a lot more from this one! I don't know if I would have felt different if I read this as a child. I just felt … Continue reading Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie
I really enjoyed the writing style in this book. It was so magical and so lyrical. It really felt like a fairy tale of old. I enjoyed this aspect very much. I really liked the story and thought it was interesting. There were times though that this book was really slow. It took so long … Continue reading The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill
I went into this book blind. I actually bought it based on the cover last week. I decided it would fit my Belivathon prompt and dove in today. I read it in one sitting. This book was so good. This did start off a bit slow but once it started to pick up, I could … Continue reading Beyond the Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk
This is a book of poetry that I absolutely loved! Ha is telling her story about moving to America from Saigon, during the Vietnam War. Her father is also missing and they have to decide whether to leave and risk missing his return or stay and letting the war come to their doorstep. At times, … Continue reading Inside Out And Back Again by Thanhha Lai
I loved this book so much. I get so many harry potter vibes!! I enjoyed this one even more than the first book. Although, we do get a lot more magic and a lot more of the world is developed in this one. I really feel for Morrigan. This poor girl just wants to fit … Continue reading Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend
This is a weekly meme hosted by, Taking on a World of Words. It's where we talk about the Three W's: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you will read next? What I'm currently reading? This month I've joined two Middle Grade readathons! I'm doing Middle … Continue reading W.W.W 5/27/20
I purchased this to fit the X prompt for AtoZ challenge this year. I know, crazy. I am determined to get all the letters and X is so hard. I was not expecting to enjoy this as much as I did! This was such a cute story. It's about Hallie finding out that she's a … Continue reading The XYZ’s of Being Wicked by Lara Chapman