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4W Reading Wednesday

Try Audible and Get Two Free AudiobooksHappy Wednesday! It’s been a strange week with the daylight savings change, I think my body has finally adjusted. Monday I actually woke up at 2 am and couldn’t go back to sleep so I was up for the day. 😴 I hope you’ve managed the time change better than I.

 Here is my week in books…

What is 4w?

It is a weekly post where I recap my week in books! It originally was a WWW Wednesday Post that I’ve tweaked to make my own. I cover books that I’ve been reading, plan to read and What I’ve been reading with our preschool, usually highlighting my favorite picture book each week.

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  • I just started Nick and June Were Here by Shalanda Stanley, an ARC that will be released February 12, 2019. I don’t know anything about this YA book yet, but I’ve read some great reviews!

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  • I just finished reading a cute middle grade story, A Monster Like Me by Wendy Swore. You can find my review here.
  • I also read Cogheart, a middle grade book by Peter Bunzl. You can find my review here.
  • The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepworth was an amazing women’s lit/mystery. You can find that review here.

137646C7-C7C1-418F-8836-B399234CF432 I’ve continued reading more from Advanced Reader Copies(ARC’s) from NetGalley. These are the titles I will be reviewing within the next week.

  • The McAvoy Sisters Book of Secrets by Molly Fader. Pub Date: July 16th, 2019
  • For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt. Pub Date: December 11, 2018

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This month during circle time we are focusing on being thankful and our theme is transportation. We just ordered our Scholastics for November and will highlight that order once it comes! Here are a few of my favorites right now…

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The bottom 2 have been my favorite. When Your Llama Needs a Haircut is a very silly board book that made the preschoolers laugh out loud and want me to read it again. While the Dia de los Muertos had a bit more description and cultural background with beautiful illustrations, probably more appropriate for kindreds even though it’s a board book.❤️

That wraps up my week in books…How did you spend your past week? Have you read any of these books, or plan to?

I hope you have a wonderful Wednesday!

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12 replies »

  1. We read a lot of Bernstein Bears at Thanksgiving, I know an old lady who swallowed a turkey, Stone Soup, 10 Fat Turkeys, I know an old lady who swallowed a pie, The Giving Tree, and Franklin. I miss reading books with my kid, but it was going to end some time lol.

    • My younger boys now don’t like me to read to them, but my older adult boys did. I miss it too…we have 10 fat turkeys too!

      • I had a great run until he was about 8ish. Now at 14 I am asking him if he feels okay if he is in the same room with me for more than fifteen minutes lol. But we still go on daily walks, so that’s at least 30 minutes of us time. I’ll take every minute I can get because soon he won’t even want to do that.

      • Awe… ya daily walks are something! That’s cool… I sure miss my older boys. They don’t need mom anymore.. 🙁

  2. I’m planning to read The Mother In Law.
    I’m behind on viewing posts so I’m interested in reading your review of it, Lana. I think I’ll do that now. 😊

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