It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

We are joining the blog trend of Monday posts about what we have read during the last week (4/6/20-4/12/20).

Annamarie’s Reading

First Chapter Books

Everything Else

Note: Same as last week–still plugging through a mix of eBooks (including eARCs) and physical first chapter books I took from work (there may have been quite a few of those). Got some great eARCs and book ideas from the Middle Grade Magic Virtual Conference on Wednesday–did anyone else get a chance to attend?

Michala’s Reading

Note: Yay, I’m back and survived the plague! Not 100% better, but enough that I’m not dying both literally and figuratively in my house. I’m still quarantined, but I’m here! Not gonna lie, even reading is slow for me right now, but I made it through a few books and hope to be back to reading lots of things for the weekly posts (and feeling super chagrined that I never manage to post anything else) very soon!

***I apparently love exclamation points***


  1. Kellee Moye says:

    Welcome to the IMWAYR community!!! πŸ™‚
    Michala: So glad you are doing well!
    I love all of the early chapter books–I am always looking for new ones to read with my son, Trent!

    Be safe, and happy reading this week πŸ™‚

  2. Wendi Lee says:

    I’m glad you’re feeling better, Michala! We read Lola Loves Stories this week as well, my preschooler loves all the Lola books! Cat’s Cafe looks very cute, too! Have a great week, both of you.

  3. Shaye Miller says:

    I love seeing all these beautiful book covers and I’m happy to hear that Michala is feeling better! I wasn’t sure if it was COVID-19 or something else, but wow is this a rough time to be ill. My husband has been quarantined here at home for just almost two weeks. He hasn’t even left the bedroom except to go to the bathroom or to stand at the door to say goodnight. I was super bummed that I missed the Middle Grade Magic Virtual Conference. I’ve heard such wonderful things about it, though. Have a great reading week!

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: