The February 2017 Book Club read was The Grimm Legacy by Polly Schulman, a young teen read that was lots of fun. The Grimm Legacy is the first book in what I believe is a trilogy and was a super easy read. The story follows Elizabeth, a girl who, in true fairy-tale style, lives with… Continue reading Book Club Reads #5 – The Grimm Legacy
“Have they taken anything valuable?” exclaimed Beatrice as we stood staring at the sight of Dr. Drake dismally surveying the wreckage. “Yes,” said Dr. Drake. “I’m afraid to say that they have taken the most valuable thing I owned. My dragon diary is missing!” – Chapter XV The Dragon’s Eye (The Dragonology Chronicles Volume… Continue reading Tidbit Tuesday – The Dragon’s Eye
March! Spring! Books! So, February went well, I’m still massively ahead of schedule on my 52 book target for the year (15/52 read!) which means there’s no pressure to READ ALL THE THINGS… so of course I want to read all the things anyway. (Books that count toward my BBC17 will be highlighted in PURPLE… Continue reading My March TBR
Things that are popular in our family include: 1) Max The Flying Sausage Dog and 2) Colouring Books What happened at Christmas? This! Joy!!! Reluctantly, I have agreed to share this one with the Smalls because they love Max possibly more than I do (but only because there’s two of them added together!) The format… Continue reading Max The Flying Sausage Dog Colouring Book Review
Max the Flying Sausage Dog: Book 3 – A Scary Tail by John O’Driscoll & Richard Kelley Illustrated by: Arthur Robins Series: Max the Flying Sausage Dog (Volume 3) Published: Words In The Works LLC, 2016 Edition: Paperback Print Length: 50 pages Narrated By: N/A Genre: Children’s Fiction, Picture Book Where Did I Get It?… Continue reading Max The Flying Sausage Dog: Book Three ~ Children’s Book Review
Life has been a bit crazy over the last couple of weeks so I sort of missed the end of September and the start of October. Ooops. But I’m here now, so here’s a quick catch up on what I read over September (taking me up to 43/36 for the year): Blame by Simon Mayo… Continue reading My September Reads: 100 word reviews
A quick look at what I read in August – did I hit my reading target?