A book with one of the four seasons in the title.

I’ve fallen a bit behind on reviewing books for the 2017 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge…but I’ve just had an evening coffee and am ready for a new post! Just imagine reading this post on good ol’ St. Patrick’s Day… Leprechaun in Late Winter (Magic Tree House #43) by Mary Pope Osborne // published in 2010 by Scholastic // 128 pages The Magic Tree House series is a reader’s advisory go-to for me, Keep reading!

A book with a title that’s a character’s name.

Guys. I’ve just finished reading my choice for “a book with a title that’s a character’s name” for the 2017 POPSUGAR reading challenge (more on that here). For this category, I chose Avi’s Crispin: The Cross of Lead. Crispin: The Cross of Lead by Avi // published in 2002 by Hyperion Books for Children // 256 pages This book was full of dread…and in the best way possible. I don’t know Keep reading!

A book set in a hotel.

It’s about time I’m able to review a book for POPSUGAR’s 2017 Reading Challenge! You’ll recall that I talked a bit about the challenge and my plans for it here. Completed first was the category “A book set in a hotel”, for which I read the aptly-named book The Hotel Cat by Esther Averill. The Hotel Cat by Esther Averill // Published in 1969 by The New York Review of Books // 161 Keep reading!

I did a cliché thing.

I feel like Fake Library Statistics has probably posted about how many librarians have started a blog as a New Years’ resolution, or at least what percentage of them have made a post about the reading challenge they’re planning on tackling in the new year. I will do both here. I wanted to start a blog to help me chronicle and stay accountable for a 2017 reading challenge. The 2017 Keep reading!