February Wrap Up

Books I Got

  • Extinction Trials: Rebel by S. M. Wilson (Usborne Purchase)
  • Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen M McManus (Penguin Purchase)
  • Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman (Black & White Publishing Net Galley)
  • Widows by Lynda La Plante (Bonnier Zaffre Book Post)
  • Widows’ Revenge by Lynda La Plante (Bonnier Zaffre Net Galley)
  • Star World byAudrey Coulthurst & Paula Garner (Candlewick Press Net Galley)
  • Meat Market by Juno Dawson (Quercus Children’s Books Net Galley)
  • Emily Eternal by M G Wheaton (Hodder & Stoughton Net Galley)
  • On the Come Up by Angie (Walker Books Wildest Dreams Book Box)
  • Song of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury (Scholastic Competition Book Post)
  • Cursed by Karol Ruth Silverstein (Charlesbridge Teen Net Galley)
  • Bible Journaling for the Fine Artist by Melissa Fischer, Kate Peiffer (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Little People, Big Dreams. Stephen Hawking by Isabel Sanchez Vegara (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Little People, Big Dreams. Muhammad Ali by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Brosmind (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Little People, Big Dreams Rosa Parks by Lisbeth Kaiser (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Little People, Big Dreams Emmeline Pankhurst by Lisbeth Kaiser
    (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Little People, Big Dreams Ella Fitzgerald by Isabel Sanchez Vegara & Bàrbara Alca
    (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer (Bloomsbury Charity Shop buy)
  • The Future of Us by Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler (Simon & Schuster Charity Shop buy)
  • Last Bus to Everland by Sophie Cameron (Pan Macmillan Net Galley)
  • We Won an Island by Charlotte Lo (Nosy Crow Book Post)
  • Home Girl by Alex Wheatle (Little Brown Group Net Galley)
  • Orangeboy by Patrice Lawrence (Hodder Charity Shop buy)
  • Heartless by Marissa Meyer (Pan Macmillan Charity Shop buy)
  • Black Music Greats by Olivier Cachin (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Your Mind is Like the Sky by Bronwen Ballard (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • The Woolly Monkey Mysteries by Sandra Markle (Millbrook Press Net Galley)
  • The Kindness Method by Shahroo Izadi (St Martins Press Net Galley)
  • The Grace Year by Kim Liggett (St Martins Press Net Galley)
  • The Sages of Chelm and the Moon by Shlomo Abas (Green Bean Books Net Galley)
  • The Bet Between Us by Brandon Moore (B L Moore Net Galley)
  • Wolf Light by Yaba Badoe (Zephyr Net Galley)
  • Little Bear Wants to Grow by Judith Koppens (Clavis Publishing Net Galley)
  • Darksoul Anna Stephens (Harper Collins Net Galley)
  • Bright Start – Feel Better Daddy by Nancy Loewen; Hazel Michelle Quintanilla (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Bright Start – A Thank You Walk by Nancy Loewen (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • The Story of People by Catherine Barr, Steve Williams (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • The Lost Book of Adventure by Unknown Adventurer (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Wish by Chris Saunders (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • The Cave by Rob Hodgson (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • The School of Numbers by Emily Hawkins (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Brilliant Ideas From Wonderful Women by Aitziber Lopez (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • What Do Machines Do All Day by Jo Nelson (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Read to Your Baby Every Day by Chloe Giordano (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Maria Montessori by Isabel Sanchez Vegara; Raquel Martín (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Ada Lovelace by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Zafouko Yamamoto (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • The Near Witch by V.E Schwab (Titan Books Book Post)
  • The Toy Makers by Robert Dinsdale (Penguin Purchase)
  • A Girl Called Shameless by Laura Steven (EgmontPurchase)
  • Amelia Fang and the Half-Moon Holiday by Laura Ellen Anderson (Egmont Publishing Net Galley)
  • Presley the Pug Relaxation Activity Book by Karen Treisman (Jessica Kingsley Publishers Net Galley)
  • Opposite of Always by justin a. reynolds (Pan Macmillan Net Galley)
  • The Furies by Katie Lowe (Harper Collins Net Galley)
  • Handcrafted Cocktails by Molly Wellmann (F + W Media Net Galley)
  • Crazy Beautiful Letters by Judith Graves (Sassy Lassie Designs Net Galley)
  • 100 Things You Don’t Know About Atlantic Canada (for Kids) by Sarah Sawler (Nimbus Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Steak and Cake by Elizabeth Karmel (Workman Publishing Company Net Galley)
  • The Happiness Diary by Barbara Ann Kipfer (Quarto Publishing Group Net Galley)
  • Darksoul by Anna Stephens (Harper Collins Net Galley)
  • Music and Malice in Hurricane Town by Alex Bell (Stripes Publishing Net Galley)
  • The Crying Machine by Greg Chivers (Harper Collins Net Galley)
  • The War Blog by Glen Sobey (Black Rose Writing Net Galley)

Library Loans

  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams (Pan Macmillan)
  • Wildcard by Marie Lu (Penguin)

Books I Read

  • Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman
  • Extinction Trials: Rebel by S. M. Wilson
  • Monsters in the Mirror by A J Hartley
  • Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen M McManus
  • Meat Market by Juno Dawson
  • Widows by Lynda La Plante
  • The Lost Book of Adventure by Unknown Adventurer
  • Wish by Chris Saunders
  • The Cave by Rob Hodgson
  • The School of Numbers by Emily Hawkins
  • Brilliant Ideas From Wonderful Women by Aitziber Lopez
  • What Do Machines Do All Day by Jo Nelson
  • Maria Montessori by Isabel Sanchez Vegara; Raquel Martín
  • Ada Lovelace by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Zafouko Yamamoto
  • Last Bus to Everland by Sophie Cameron
  • We Won an Island by Charlotte Lo
  • Little Bear Wants to Grow by Judith Koppens
  • The Magic Misfits: The Second Story by Neil Parick Harris

Books for March

  • Superman: Dawnbreaker by Matt de la Pena
  • Emily Eternal by M G Wheaton

Goodreads total:

Its been an amazing book month and I’m 23 books ahead of schedule, which is beyond amazing. That said, I’ve been finding it really hard to focus and setting myself a massive TBR last month was a big mistake; I think I’ve only read one out of it.
I’m hoping to get my reading speed up this month and be distracted less by my phone. I also need to get the final chapter from my fan fiction written and published.

Love Han x

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7 thoughts on “February Wrap Up

    • To be fair, quite a lot of my reads are aimed at 3-5 year olds. I’m doing my research for my nephew Zach. The one called Wish was amazing and had such beautiful illustrations.
      My reading speed is a lot slower than it used to be; I’m my dad’s carer so I sit with him and keep him company. He has the tv on and that makes it really hard to read while he’s sleeping.
      I feel overwhelmed with the number I’ve gotten. I know the purpose is to review, but I just hope I do a good enough job to be worthy, you know?

      I know what you mean about the DC series. Heres hoping they consider releasing another. Who would you like to see covered if they did?
      I’d love to got from a different perspective; maybe those close to the icons when they were young.

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