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September TBR

Well I finished books in August so much better than June and July, I’m finally settled into my new helping out role with my family and I’m back on my game a bit.

My first pick for the month is a great book about a girl whose mother has died and she is sent to live with her aunts, and about the the changes in her life that happen as she lives there.

A Home for Goddesses and Dogs

Amazon: A Home for Goddesses and Dogs

The next book I’ve been meaning to read since it came out since it has literally gotten nothing but good press plus I’m a one of the author’s followers on Twitter.

The Dragon Warrior by [Katie Zhao]

A great tale of people of the Asian diaspora and from what I’m told awesome battle sequences and food.

Amazon: The Dragon Warrior

All Are Welcome

I like to try to read at least one picture book a month and this one is a book I’ve wanting to read for awhile.

A wonderful book about a school that focuses on diversity and inclusion. It’s a school where no matter what young children have a place where they are loved and appreciated.

The book follows a group of children through their day at this school where everyone is welcomed with open arms and students from all backgrounds celebrate and learn from each others traditions. Discover the a world as we might hope it can be.

Amazon: All Are Welcome

The Dragon Egg Princess

I’ve had the The Dragon Egg Princess on my TBR for months, I don’t know why, I really like the world and the story so I resolve to finish it up this month. It’s a great fantasty by founder of the We Need Diverse Books Movement, Ellen Oh.

Amazon: The Dragon Egg Princess

Photo by Estée Janssens on Unsplash

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