January Reflections 2019

My January reading was a pleasure! With renewed energy for the new year, I focused on my new reading challenges, continued with series I had started, and found many new reads at my library. I read a little poetry, some mysteries, some classics, some children’s books, a photography book, and some Shakespeare. What a mishmash!  I enjoyed every moment of my January reading!

Favorite book read in January:  Farther Afield, by Miss Read

Favorite for the beauty of the writing:  The Country of the Pointed Firs, by Sarah Orne Jewett

Favorite children’s book:  Haroun and the Sea of Stories, by Salman Rushdie

Favorite graphic novel: Book Love, by Debbie Tung

My January Gallery:

 

15 thoughts on “January Reflections 2019

  1. Les in OR

    I borrowed quite a few books from my library this past month, too. More than usual! You had a lovely month of reading, didn’t you? With the return of rain, I’m tempted to spend the next week curled up with my books and do nothing else! 🙂

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    1. hibernatorslibrary

      Just noticed that you also have Amulet in there. I haven’t finished the books that have been written so far (because it irks me that the series doesn’t seem to end), but I will reread the first few and the rest when the series is complete. My stepdaughter has them all.

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