It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

We participate in the blog trend of Monday posts about what we have read during the last week (1/11/2021-1/17/2021).

Annamarie’s Reading

Picture Books & Readers:

Everything Else:

Rambling Thoughts: I’m in a better spot this week personally, but catching up on a lot of old business left my reading a little slower this week (or at least that is what the piles of graphic novels and first chapter books on my night stand seem to be saying). Plus, I’ve been relying on audiobooks, and a downside to listening more teen titles is that they are lengthier. I still have over 12 hours to go on my current listen!

Make sure to stop by on Tuesdays for short reviews of some of these titles!

Reading by the Numbers:

  • 29 Books Read This Week
    • 14 Books with Diverse Main Character (48%)
    • 11 Books by Diverse Authors (38%)
    • 11 Books by Own Voices Authors (38%)

Favorites of the Week:


  1. Shaye Miller says:

    I missed Equality’s Call back when I was doing all the voting and election books, so I’m adding that to my list. And wasn’t Nesting just lovely? I just recently added Stella’s Stellar Hair and Outside, Inside to my list. Sky’s the Limit was inspiring. I was sure glad to find that one in my library. The True Definition of Neva Beane is brand new to me. I LOVE that cover art, though — adding this one to my list. Thanks for all the shares, Annamarie!

  2. Completely Full Bookshelf says:

    Nesting, My Friend, Outside, Inside, Equality’s Call, and That Can Be Arranged all look excellent! The True Definition of Neva Beane sounds like a great novel—I love the dictionary and how it ties in with the title. I’m glad you’re doing better this week, and I hope you get through your extra work so you can enjoy more reading! Thanks for the great post!

  3. cweichel says:

    What a wonderful collection of books. I often add books that I want to read to Goodreads before my library has it, and then forget about them. So thanks for reminding me about The Arabic Quilt and a few others on your list that my library now has.
    I’m glad to read that That Can Be Arranged: A Muslim Love Story is good. It’s one of the cybils finalists and my library doesn’t have it yet. I need to read it.

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