The Mystery of the Golden Ball: Pen & Quin: International Agents of Intrigue, by K. S. Mitchell | a spoiler-free review

Hello! This first book in the series is The Mystery of the Painted Book, and you can read my review of it here. Anyway, here is my review of The Mystery of the Golden Ball, by K. S. Mitchell.

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Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi | the first nonfiction book I’ve reviewed on my blog, and it has not let me down

Hello! I finished reading this book earlier today, and immediately got started with a review. I’ve seen this book being talked about in countless places, and I’ve heard incredible things about it. Also, I thought that it might be good to point out that, uh, I’ve been blogging her for 10 months (wow that’s a long time) and I have never ever reviewed a nonfiction book that wasn’t a biography. (Brown Girl Dreaming got that) Anyways, here is my review of Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.

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Mark of the Thief, by Jennifer A. Nielsen | mini review

Hey there! I got a lot of schoolwork done today, which was good, so I’ve had time to write this. It’s been over two months though, since sheltering in place began which seems really crazy. One of my friends birthdays was yesterday, though, and we did a surprise drive by birthday parade. It was really fun, and I did get to chat with some of my friends, even though it was from far apart. Anyways, I finished reading this book about a day ago, so here is my review of Mark of the Thief, by Jacqueline Woodson.

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Brown Girl Dreaming, by Jacqueline Woodson | a mini review for a wonderful book

Hello! It’s a week into May, and I’ve unfortunately had a lot of schoolwork. But, I finished reading this book a couple days ago, and I guess I just really wanted to review it! It was easy for me to write this review, because I knew exactly what I liked about it. Which was most of it, to be honest. So, without further ado, here is my review of Brown Girl Dreaming, by Jacqueline Woodson.

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Hattie Big Sky, by Kirby Larson // a review full of love for one of my all time favorite books

Well would you look at that! It’s only the third of the month, and I’m already here with a review. And it’s a special review for me, one which I’m very excited about. I am excited for this review because it is of one of my all time favorite books. It is a historical fiction middle grade novel about a 16 year old girl named Hattie Inez Brooks, who goes to prove up on her uncle’s 360 Montana acres. My fabulous readers, I present to you my review of Hattie Big Sky, by Kirby Larson!

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Diana Alderoot and the Gilded Mage, by Trista Shaye

Hello, I hope that you’re all doing okay right now. It’s kind of crazy for me to believe that it’s been more than six weeks since I’ve started social distancing, but it has! I’ve been getting a little more used to online learning, but it’s still a big transition. Right now, however, I have a review of a book that I read over the weekend: Diana Alderoot and the Gilded Mage!

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