Thursday, July 2, 2020

June Reading Wrap Up

Man, I really meant to write another post in June and clearly that did not happen. Because you know...*gestures around*. I don't know that I have much to recap about June in general. Get outside. Wear a mask. Donate, protest, do what you can.

But hey, here's the lil monster reading. He especially likes this part of the book because it involves cake. To the best of my knowledge, he's only ever had cake once (for his first birthday) but he KNOWS.
Also, he's slowly learning his colors and letters, which is a) his "lel-low" (yellow) and "puu pur" (purple) are the MOST adorable and b) his learning this is making me feel far better about the amount of Sesame Street (and Cocomelon, and Gecko's Garage) he's watching.

Anywhoo, let's see those stats.

Number of books read
Peril at End House by Agatha Christie
So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
Blanche on the Lam by Barbara Neely
Educated by Tara Westover

Number of pages read


POC authors

Female authors
US authors

Book formats
audiobook: 100%

Where'd I get the book
Library: 100%

Book club books

Decade published
1930s: 25%
2010s: 75%

Resolution books
Peril at End House was published pre-2000 and by a non-US author (Christie, UK)
So You Want to Talk About Race and Blanche on the Lam are both by Black authors.