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 (2/15/2021-2/21/2021).

Annamarie’s Reading

Picture Books & Readers:

Everything Else:

Rambling Thoughts: Not too many books this week–still waiting for that big pile from Baker & Taylor to be delivered. I might start using a family member’s card to request titles that I know have been published for a while from other libraries. Bring on the books! Currently listening to and enjoying Concrete Rose by Angie Thomas.

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

Reading by the Numbers:

  • 14 Books Read This Week
    • 8 Books with Diverse Main Character (57%)
    • 4 Books by Diverse Authors (29%)
    • 4 Books by Own Voices Authors (29%)

Favorites of the Week:


  1. payanar100 says:

    Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From and When you Trap a Tiger both look like good books! Thanks for sharing! If 14 books read is a slow week, I wonder what your most productive weeks look like. Happy reading this week!

  2. Shaye Miller says:

    There are so many wonderful books, here. I somehow missed Sister Rosetta Tharpe and I tend to collect music books (as one of the courses I teach is for ed majors who must add music to their classroom curriculum). So I’m adding this to my list. And I really, really loved Concrete Rose. I had so-so expectations, therefore it was a pleasant surprise. Thanks for all the shares, Annamarie!

  3. Completely Full Bookshelf says:

    What a great set of books! I’m hoping to get When You Trap a Tiger read soon, and Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From sounds excellent as well! Thanks for the wonderful post, and have an awesome reading week!

  4. cweichel says:

    I am so sad not to be able to find a copy of Sister Rosetta Tharpe in any of my libraries. i do have When You Trap a Tiger sitting here. The plan is to get to it this week.
    Thanks for sharing all these titles today.

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