An Obedient Father is one of the most uncomfortable books that I’ve ever read Continue reading An Obedient Father by Akhil Sharma is an uncomfortable read.
Nordic Noir that will keep you hooked Continue reading The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn
A recap of all the books I read this month! Continue reading Reading Round-Up: what did you read in June?
Fiction so good that you’ll think this is a memoir. Continue reading The Cat’s Table by Michael Ondaatje
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Unsettling. Continue reading This week I’m reading: Everything Under by Daisy Johnson
Representation of neurodiverse young people is so important; books like these hold up not only a mirror, but also a window in which we can all get a glimpse of what it is like to experience the world differently. Continue reading Using “A Kind of Spark” to connect with students
I am still processing this story; it is lingering in my mind a few days after finishing it, which is an indication of just how rich and striking this book is Continue reading Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller
I read a murder mystery novel, two non-fiction history books and a biography this month. What did you read? Continue reading August in Review: a month of books!