January Snow Days Gave My Reading a Great Jumpstart

Posted February 2, 2024 by Richetta in Book Themes, Monthly Wrap-up / 0 Comments

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January Wrap-up: Snow Days for the Win!

  • ❄️ 13 Books⁠
  • ❄️ 1,847 pages read⁠
  • ❄️ 2 snow days⁠

I had a great start to the year with some good books! The snow days definitely helped me out. I read across genres, including poetry, memoir, fiction, graphic novels and children’s books. Special thanks to the tagged publishers for provided arcs. Check out the titles below: ⁠

Fiction Books Graphic - January

What I Read

  • ❄️ Furia by Yamile Saied Méndez⁠
  • ❄️ Lunar New Year Love Story by Gene Luen Yang and Leuyen Pham⁠
  • ❄️ Ordinary Hazards by Nikki Grimes⁠
  • ❄️ The Davenports by Krystal Marquis⁠
  • ❄️ Black Girl You Are Atlas by Reneé Watson⁠
  • ❄️ Citizen Illegal by José Olivarez⁠
Picture Books graphic- January

Children’s Books I Read

  • ❄️ There Was a Party for Langston by Jason Reynolds⁠
  • ❄️ Mama’s Sleeping Scarf by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche⁠
  • ❄️ We Could Fly by Rhiannon Giddens⁠
  • ❄️ The Big Move by Latoyoua Topping⁠
  • ❄️ How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford⁠
  • ❄️ Orion & the Dark by Emma Yarlett⁠
  • ❄️ Old to Joy by Anita Crawford Clark⁠

What have you read recently on a snow day or rainy day?⁠

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