Happy Sock Sunday! So, I’m back to reading books on my reading list. I just started this novel today and I’m really excited about it! My friend Cate recently checked out my Winter Reading List and told me that she really loved this book, so it was really an easy decision on what I should read
Archives for February 2017
Okay, so this past Sunday, I was sick and didn’t get to do my typical Sock Sunday post, so today, I’m feeling better and have the day off from school and thought I would share what I’m currently reading! My mom recommended Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book Between the World and Me. It’s not on my Winter
I’m Featured in a Magazine! I’M SUPER EXCITED! So, here’s how this all happened…I posted a picture that my mom took of my hand with blue nail polish and my blue turquoise ring on Instagram. An editorial assistant from Top of The Pops, a cool British teen magazine, saw the photo asked me to be in
Happy Sock Sunday! I’ve had a busy week and haven’t had much time to read, so I thought I would just re-read Smile, which is a favorite of mine. It definitely makes me Smile. I really love anything by Raina Telgemeier! Synopsis: Raina just wants to be a normal sixth grader. But one night after
Last weekend, I visited the Hirshhorn Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Washington, D.C. This was not my first visit to this museum and it definitely will not be my last. They often change their exhibits so it’s always fun to go back and see what is new. I enjoy seeing all the art.
Happy Sock Sunday! In honor of Black History Month, I recently read Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred Taylor (as part of my English Class) & I’m still reading The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley. Im in love with both of these books
Happy Library Lovers’ Month! I LOVE my library and I’m so glad that there is a month dedicated to Library Lovers! My library is the Charles E. Miller Branch of the Howard County Library System in Ellicott City, Maryland. Here are 14 reasons why I love my library: Books, Books, Books! Books everywhere and a