Friday, January 13, 2023

*Platypire Read-A-Thon* January 2023


This is something that the lovely folks over at Platypire Reviews started years ago. And my last Read-a-thon post was pretty massive, but after my hiatus from blogging, I've essentially scrapped all those things, some of the reviews are just never getting written, and I'm starting my list fresh. The theory is that this will help to hold me accountable for reviewing at least my new Netgalley books in a timely fashion, and keep up on getting my reviews written and posted shortly after reading the books, but we shall see how effective that is. This is where I'm starting in the new year. 

R - Read
NR - Needs Reviewed
C - Currently Reading
T - To be Read

*Titles link to reviews*

R - Hester by Laurie Lico Albanese
R - Where Did Momo's Hair Go by Stephanie Boyer
R - Poop for Breakfast by Sara Levine
R - Little Detectives: Dinosaurs by Karina Dupuis
R - Abuelito by David Corredor Benavides and Nelly Buchet
R - The Stranded by Sarah Daniels
R - This Art is for the Birds by Susan Bednanski
R - Stubbles the Baby Sea Otter by Leslie Van John
R - Mom's Hugs and Kisses by Christophe Loupy
R - Polly's Special Day by Yulinda Blake Cook
R - Sneak Peek: Queen of Myth and Monsters by Scarlett St. Clair
R - Sneak Peek: Nobody's Princess by Erica Ridley
R - City of Nightmares by Rebecca Schaeffer
R - Why We Need Teachers by Gregory E. Lang

Needs Reviewed

Currently Reading

C - The People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder
C - The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray
C - The Shadow of Perseus by Claire Heywood
C - The Christmas Keeper by Jenn McKinlay
C - Hitler's Aristocrats by Susan Ronald
C - Riven by Mindee Arnett
C - Christmas in London by Anita Hughes

To be Read

T - Bread Machine Baking for Beginners by Beth Hensperger
T - Blue Badger and the Beautiful Berry by Huw Lewis Jones
T - Beware the Blue Bagoo by Karl Newson
T - Oh, Armadillo by Ellie Irving
T - Are You a Monster? by Guilherme Karsten
T - Dark Cloud by Anna Lazowski
T - Dear Street by Lindsay Zier-Vogel
T - Granny Left Me a Rocket Ship by Heather Smith
T - The Only Astronaut by Mahak Jain
T - The Shape of You by Muon Thi Van
T - What if I'm Not a Cat by Kari-Lynn Winters
T - Why Are We Afraid by Fran Pintadera
T - The Block Party by Jamie Day
T - Jeremy's Big Role by Matthew Silvestri
T - A Not So Lonely Day by Deborah November
T - A Smile in Your Pocket by Jarrod Zayas
T - Good Night, Body by Britney Winn Lee
 T - Blurry: The Epic Hunt for Bigfoot by Kahi Aspelund
T - Would You Rather: Easter Edition by Lindsey Daly
T - Goodbye, Balloon by Adam Ciccio
T - A Picture Day to Remember by Natalia Paruzel-Gibson
T - Spring Fun by Anita Bijsterbosch
T - The Old Man Eating Alone by Howard Pearlstein
T - Mula and the Snooty Monkey by Lauren Hoffmeier
T - Play with Jay by Pascale Bonenfant
T - Sally's Big Day by Andrew Larson
T - Reina Explores the Zoo by Sheila C. Duperrier
T - How to Catch a Garden Fairy by Alice Walstead
T - Hot Dutch Daydream by Kristy Boyce
T - The Cherished by Patricia Ward

This isn't all of the books I'd intended to add to my To Be Read section, but it's taking me a while and it's not like I'm going to be reading any of them in the second half of this month anyway, so I'll get them added in February. The first post is always the most time consuming to build anyway. 

I'll have results for what I manage to accomplish in the rest of the month posted *hopefully* at the end of the month. - Katie 

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