Books I Read This Week 2017 – 48

I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter 

was next  in my library queue. I wasn’t sure what it was about but wanted to read it anyway. I am glad I did. I liked it. Nothing amazing but a lovely book.

I also finally finished Full Cicada Moon which I was reading for Lit Club in my kids’ school. I love love loved this book. I cannot recommend it enough. It can be both Middle Grade and Young Adult. I loved it as an adult.

Permission to Screw Up  was a quick and easy read about someone I didn’t know at all and a topic I am not usually interested in but it was still interesting and thought provoking.

I also finally got to read The Golden Compass which has been on my list for years and years. It was fantastic.

It was time for some mindfulness so Real Love was the perfect choice for that. I love Sharon Salzberg.

Celebrations was super-quick and my first Maya Angelou. I loved it.

I was dying to read Bonfire because I had heard it was a great read. I had to wait patiently until some of my other library reads were done and it was worth the wait. I read it all in one sitting and really enjoyed its fast pace.

Book number 265 now. Here’s to a few more awesome books, especially for the long flights ahead.

Books I Read this Week 2017 is a year-long project for 2017. You can read more about my projects for 2017 here.

3 comments to Books I Read This Week 2017 – 48

  • Rachel

    Thank you for sharing your lists! I love these posts and I look forward to them every week. I’ve read multiple books from your posts and I’m so thankful for the suggestions and synopsis of each book you read. I hope you continue in 2018!

  • Stacia

    I love The Golden Compass, and the two sequels are good as well (The Subtle Knife and…can’t remember the other one). You’re reminding me to re-read these! 🙂

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