As the tin/Broke And The Bookish website says, we’ll be listing series that we haven’t gotten around to reading just yet.
As I can’t think of any series I want to start but haven’t yet, I will talk about books I had to return to the library because I didn’t finish them on time.
Iron Cast by Destiny Soria
I really liked the little I managed to read of this and will continue at a less busy time.
The Butterfly Garden – Dot Hutchison
I heard that this is not for the faint of heart but Hutchison’s prose is so beautiful.
Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno Garcia
I have trouble with male protagonists so the going was a bit tough and just when I got into it, someone put the book on hold and I ran out of time to read it.
Outrun the Moon – Stacey Lee
I NEED TO READ THIS.
Nettle King – Katharine Harbour
I need to read this as well.
This is a bit of a tough one for me, because I don’t tend to read a lot of series – I have a short attention span, and I just can’t commit to a series. These Early Readers series do look pretty adorable, though, and I can’t wait to read them. I’m particularly interested in Ruby Lu – Ruby is a plucky Chinese-American girl, and I have a large Chinese population in my area who are rarely represented in Early Readers!
Yash named most of mine. Heh.
Saints and Boxers by Gene Luen Yang have been on my tbr list f-o-r-e-v-e-r.
The Reader and The Speaker by Tracey Chee. The covers are beautiful and the inside blurb looks just as appealing.
Not Your Sidekick by C. B. Lee, although I’ll admit that until today I did not know there was a sequel.
And then there are series that I haven’t been able to read the sequels to because the library doesn’t have them yet.
The Girl with the Glass Bird by Esme Kerr was excellent… but the library only has the audiobook for the sequel.
Katherine Woodfine’s Sinclair’s Mysteries was off to a solid start (and by solid I mean devious and entertaining) with The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow.
My beloved comic book addictions: Gotham Academy, Lumberjanes, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and Ms. Marvel.
Note: This is a repost of an article I wrote for Book Riot. It ran on the 9th of June, 2017. I first clued into the Comic-To-Movies-To-YA-Books adaptation trend when Margaret Stohl’s Black Widow: Forever Red was introduced at a spring titles release in 2015. I just figured that since Black Widow had been, until […]
Bear and Hare Go Fishing Bear and Hare are an adorable pair, and in this instalment of Emily Gravett’s charming series, Bear and Hair try their hands (er, paws) at fishing! Bear is less than successful, reeling in pretty much everything but fish, but he doesn’t give up, and his patience is eventually rewarded with […]
Hardcover, 32 pages September 16, 2016 : Orca Books Source: Orca Books What happens when one small boy picks up one small piece of litter? He doesn’t know it, but his tiny act has big consequences. From the minuscule to the universal, What Matters sensitively explores nature’s connections and traces the ripple effects of one child’s […]
Hardcover, 48 pages Published February 14th 2017 by National Geographic Society Source: Publisher With the way the world is going, it might not be an exaggeration to say that the only glimpses future generations will have of wild animals will be in books and recordings or perhaps highly exclusive zoos. National Geographic kids has used […]
Jan Thomas gets kids. Like, really, really gets kids. Her books are, by and large, some of the absolute best story time books I’ve ever encountered. The illustrations are absolute perfection, with simple shapes, bright colours and bold black outlines, making them ideal for sharing with a large audience. The text is brief and typically […]
Hardcover, 240 pages Published January 31st 2017 by Feiwel & Friends Source: Raincoast Books Wires and Nerve takes up the reins of the story where the short story (as collected in Stars Above) leaves off. I am assuming you have read the entire Lunar Chronicle series before you start reading this review because otherwise be […]
Hardcover, 224 pages Expected publication: May 2nd 2017 by First Second Source: Raincoast Books Real Friends is an autobiographical account of Hale’s childhood and friendship woes. The graphic novel concerns itself with the sticky relationships between an elementary aged Hale and the girls she wanted to call friends. She finds herself at the edges of […]
Hardcover, 298 pages Published March 28th 2017 by Salaam Reads Source: Purchased I don’t quite know how to begin this review. So that’s how I will begin it. Ha. When I feel too much for a book, I generally don’t like talking about it because I want to keep these feelings close to me. I […]
Hardcover, 32 pages Published February 7th 2017 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers Source: Publisher So sometimes you get questions about where babies come from and the kids asking these questions are a bit too young for the birds and the bees talk so you have to get creative about your answers. This […]