Seasons of Reading: September 2022 Reading Wrap-up

Posted October 1, 2022 by Richetta in Book Themes, Monthly Wrap-up / 0 Comments

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This reading wrap-up is dedicated to all of the moms who are trying to get some reading in during the first month of school, especially if you are also an educator. It can be a tough season for reading.

graphic of September book covers

This month my finished book list was short because there was a ton going on, per usual. But I am poly reading a few books via audiobook. For anyone who feels the pressure to read a certain number of books each month or whatever your goal is, just know there are all types of seasons of reading. Sometimes you have the time to read everything you want and sometimes you have to slow down.

Oh and yes, I include children’s books on my reading goals list! Those books are good and they come in at 40 pages average, plus I spend prime evening reading time reading them on repeat to my kids…so they count! Lol!

What I Read

  • The Door of No Return by Kwame Alexander: This book was fantastic and a must-read historical fiction that belongs in students’ hands. Check out my review: Review: The Door of No Return by Kwame Alexander
  • Slip by Marika McCoola: This is a graphic novel about a young artist attending art camp after her best friend attempts suicide. She is struggling with her grief and figuring out how she is supposed to move forward with being a friend. Graphic Novel Review: Slip by Marika McCoola
  • We’re Off to Find a Fairy by Cory Reid: This is a super fun children’s book that will get you outside! We’re Off to Find a Fairy Celebrates Diversity & Nature
  • Standing in the Need of Prayer by Carole Boston Weatherford: A beautiful children’s book that recrafts a traditional Negro Spiritual. Check out my Instagram post to win a copy before Oct. 3!

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