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February TBR

My goal is to read 4 books this month. I read three in January so it isn’t so much of a stretch, I’d love to read five to catch up to my yearly goal, but I’ll be happy with three or four.

1)Give and Take

Elly Swartz did such a good job with Finding Perfect, I want to see her take on another mental health issue, hoarding. When Maggie’s parents become temporary guardians to a baby from foster care, Maggie’s need to hoard spirals out of control. I’m interested to see how this compares to Finding Perfect.

To see my review of Finding Perfect look here: Finding Perfect Review

Amazon: Give and Take

2)On the Edge of Gone

On the Edge of Gone

Sixteen-year-old Denise, who is autistic must survive the end of the world with her neglectful mother and try to find her missing sister as they find space upon a generational ship where they aren’t supposed to be. Deals with the issues of who deserves to be saved at the end of the world. I’ve heard lots of good things about this book so I’m hopeful.

Amazon: On The Edge Of Gone

3)The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart

The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart

I’m already about a third of the way through this book but I’m going to count it on my February TBR since I’m probably not going to finish it in the next few days. A very cute story about a dragon who gets turned into a human after drinking enchanted hot chocolate then finds work at a chocolate house.

Amazon: The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart

4) The Girl King

The Girl King

When Lu’s father names a male cousin to replace him on the throne Lu must go on the run to reclaim her birthright. Meanwhile, her sister Min must discover her own hidden power. Also happy to add to my YARC goals.

Amazon: The Girl King

5)Peasprout Chen

Peasprout Chen

I didn’t finish this in January but it’s super cute, its about a girl from a rural country who goes to a famous school to learn how to do, wu liu, the deadly and beautiful art of martial arts figure skating. I’m already a few chapters in and the narrative reads more like poetry, so it took a little getting used to but I like it.

Amazon: Peasprout Chen

What’s on your February TBR list?

 

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I'm a reader and reviewer. I focus mostly on children's books, middle grade, and young adult fiction. My favorite genre to read is fantasy. I'm also especially interested in how disability is portrayed within said media.

2 thoughts on “February TBR

  1. Wow, you’re organised. I have never managed to stick to a TBR list for a full month – I’m always moving things around on my list or picking up something random that I cannot resist. I’m impressed. I hope you enjoy every single one of these books 🙂

    1. I can’t say I don’t pick up stuff in addition. But I try to keep to a TBR, just so I don’t get behind on stuff I love. Thank you so much. I hope you enjoy your reading as well.

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