Happy Sock Sunday! It’s been a long couple of weeks. I recently traveled to Seattle, Portland, & Vancouver, B.C. for spring break. (Stay tune for a posts about my travel.) Since, I’ve been traveling, I haven’t had much time to get a lot of reading done. I’ve only read 7 books, so far this year
Happy Sock Sunday! It’s Spring BREAKKK! I’m Super Excited! I will be exploring parts of the Pacific Northwest! Seattle will be my first stop! Anyways, my current read is A Wrinkle in Time. I love that this is a graphic novel and I find it really neat that the graphics are on mainly white
Happy Sock Sunday! When I was younger, I was scared to watch this movie. Now that I’m older, I felt brave enough to read the book. I loved it! I haven’t watch the movie yet but I’m looking forward to it. Synopsis: In Coraline’s family’s new flat are twenty-one windows and fourteen doors. Thirteen of the
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
Happy Sock Sunday! This week, I’m reading The Saturday Cooking Club: The Icing on the Cake by authors Deborah A. Levine & JillEllyn Riley. I love this series! Synopsis: Turning thirteen isn’t looking lucky for Liza—and even the kitchen isn’t a refuge—in this second book of the Saturday Cooking Club series. Liza’s big plans for a small
This year, my goal is to read 45 books. Last year, I read 35. I will be reading 15 books over this Winter, 15 books this Spring, and 15 books this Fall. I’m hoping to really exceed this goal but we shall see! Here’s My Winter 2017 Reading List: Lumberjanes Vol. 1: Beware The Kitten
Happy Sock Sunday! I finally got the illustrated version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. It’s beautiful and so is every last page! I have watched every last Harry Potter movie except the last one that came out a few days ago. The movies are so good and have inspired me to read
Synopsis: Ruby Lee has never downloaded an iTune, heard of Facebook, nor seen a video on YouTube. Raised in rural Kansas with her mom as her best friend, she’s cozy and content. But everything changes when she and her mom move to Florida to care for her grandmother, Nana Dottie. Ruby quickly realizes she’s definitely
Happy Sock Sunday! Today, I started reading Two Naomis by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich & Audrey Vernick. I was so excited to get this book. I’ve only read a little bit of it and I’m loving it. I’m so glad, I included this book as part of My Fall Reading List. I’m proud to say that so far, I
Below is my fall reading list! They are not listed in any particular order and I’m not really sure what order I will read them. I may just get a jar and randomly pick what I will read first! Anyways, I’m really excited about these books. Some are new releases. some are a tad bit older, some
Synopsis: Max Crumbly is about to face the scariest place he’s ever been: South Ridge Middle School. There’s a lot that’s great about his new school, but there’s also one big problem—Doug, the school bully whose hobby is stuffing Max in his locker. If only Max could be like the hero in his favorite comics.
Happy Sock Sunday! I’m currently reading Ask My Mood Ring How I feel by Diana Lopez Synopsis: It’s summer before eighth grade, and Erica “Chia” Montenegro is feeling so many things that she needs a mood ring to keep track of her emotions. She’s happy when she hangs out with her best friends, the Robins.