Another great by Jonathan Kellerman. This one being about Munchausen...
#NCBD! Do you see the cover of Middlewest #15?!? Spectacular. Young recently announced that Middlewest will end with Issue #18—can‘t believe we only have 3 more issues! 😭 Fortunately, he also said he and Jorge Corona have two new projects they are working on together. Yay! Also picked up Family Tree #4, Undiscovered Country #4, Runaways #30 (sooo excited to see Rainbow Rowell next week!!!), & Wolverine #1 with the Skottie Young variant cover.
#18 of my year.
Wonderful! So glad I read this for the #readharderchallenge #18 and the #readingwomenchallenge #4. Thoughtful, empowering, inclusive; this book is one every kiddo (and parent) would enjoy! The illustrations really add to the story, highly recommend!
A few days ago I introduced my personal challenge for the year - a monthly #BookSpin ! The concept is simple - make a list of 20 books languishing on your TBR. On the 2nd of every month, I draw a number, & you read that book sometime during the month!
January's number - 18!! I get to read the tagged book! Be sure to tag me with the book you get to read, and let me know when you read it!
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This RF novel written by Sharon Draper is a great read for a literature circle in the classroom. Melody is a young girl who has Cerebral Palsy and can‘t talk, or walk. Her family is there to support her and believe that she can achieve great things. Find out how Melody competes on the schools quiz team and how smart she actually is. I think the class can learn a lot about inclusion and accepting everyone around them with this book. #UCFLAE3414SU19