Happy end of February! Here’s what I was able to read this month.
Sparkly Green Earrings, by Melanie Shankle: This was a fun, light memoir. I look forward to reading her other two books.
A Little Salty to Cut the Sweet, by Sophie Hudson: Very similar in style and humor to the book above, I enjoyed this one, too. I read parts in bed when I couldn’t sleep and had to stop myself from laughing out loud!
How Children Succeed, by Paul Tough: I started this book shortly before we moved to NC. I finally got around to starting over and actually finishing this time! It was thought-provoking yet readable in my busy days.
Christ in the Chaos, by Kimm Crandall: I borrowed this from a friend after seeing her post quote after quote of great lines from this book. The short chapters were packed with gospel truth and encouragement for all the crazy days of mothering.
All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doer: I really enjoyed this WWII-era novel. It had a unique format of 3-4 page chapters that alternated points of view between the two main characters, whose stories eventually intersect. I sped through it, knowing I couldn’t renew it at the library with a 400+ person wait list!
From Good to Grace, by Christine Hoover: I received an advance copy to review. I’m really excited to share more about it with y’all next week! Check back Monday for a guest post by Christine and a giveaway on Tuesday!
I read more than I thought I did! Thanks for keeping track, Goodreads. Here’s to March! And moving!