At the end of the month, I finished only six books, but I’m feeling more energized and ready to read again! Here’s what I read in March (not counting curriculum and picture books):
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3. Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg–four stars
I really enjoyed this book! While the author and I are clearly on two different life tracks, I still appreciated her point of view and personal stories.
5. The Year of Billy Miller by Kevin Henkes–four stars
Addie is picking up more and more chapter books, so I’m trying to stay ahead of her. (She’s still SO young–not even six!–I want to be careful what she is exposed to for now.) This book was clean and entertaining, as all Kevin Henkes books are.
6. The Saturdays by Elizabeth Enright–four stars
Goodreads recommended this one to me, and I was ready for another light fiction read! Due to the updated cover, I assumed this was a “current” series, but it’s set in the 1940s. I think Addie and I will enjoy these together when she’s a bit older, but I still prefer the All-of-a-Kind Family books from my own childhood.