It has been a wonderful week of reading. The weather…
It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR is a weekly blog hop co-hosted by Unleashing Readers and Teach Mentor Texts which focuses on sharing books marketed for children and young adults. It offers opportunities to share and recommend books with each other. Make sure to visit these blogs (and those linked in their posts) to find new books and new friends.
Below is a list of the books I read this past week and my thoughts. I’ve also included some challenges I am trying this year. Thanks for stopping by!
ALA Youth Media Awards
First up, met take on today’s Youth Media Awards! What books did you love seeing celebrated and what books do you wish were shown more love?
Books I Finished
And now to my reading update! I only finished two books, but I made a lot of progress in other books on my shelf, so I will be finishing those soon. Here are the books I finished.
Middle GradeHacking the Code: The Ziggety Zaggety Road of a Dyslexic Kid by Gea Meijering
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Thank you Gea and the Multicultural Children’s Book group for sharing a copy of Hacking the Code with me. This is a fun book for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid! I enjoyed the messages about everyone having different “brains” and how we need to accommodate for others’ needs. A great message and cute friendships.
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AdultThe Atlas Six by Olivie Blake
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I read this book solely based on reviews from social media and at first, I was really curious on what the big deal was. This book is heavily character driven and a lot to keep up with at first. However, I really found myself invested quickly and by the end…very happy I read it. I look forward to reading the sequel, which should be arriving soon!
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Cover Images linked to Goodreads
- Features Mixed Media: A Lot Like Adios
- API Author: Seoulmates
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- Latine/Latinx Author: A Lot Like Adios
- BIPOC Middle Grade: School Trip
- Neurodivergent Protagonist: Hacking the Code (dyslexia)