#MustReadIn2018 is hosted by Carrie Gelson at There Is A Book For That:
My #mustreadin2018 list is super ambitious this year including series and authors instead of just a list of titles, but so much of what I put on there are books/authors/series that I am so excited to read. As I explained when we first debuted the list:
“First, I have a few authors that I am going to try to read multiple books from because I either love their work, haven’t read anything by them, or am Skyping with them with my book club, so I just listed the author. Then, I made a list of books I really want to read either because my students love them or I just have wanted to read it for a while. Finally, I added a few copies of books that my students asked me to add to the list. All of this equaled a crazy list that I may not get through, but I love it!”
Without further adieu, here is my update!!!
I am super proud to say that as of today, I have read 12 out of 33 on my list:
“Don’t Pass Me By” from Fresh Ink 2/26/2018
I loved this anthology–it is a must get!
Prisoner B-3087 2/8/2018
Alan Gratz just knows what he is doing! He really breaths life into historical fiction.
Open Mic edited by Mitali Perkins including her story “Three-Pointer” 3/17/2018
Another great anthology!
The Memory of Things 1/22/2018
I now know why everyone loves Polisner’s writing so much–beautiful!
“Confessions of a Black Geek” from Open Mic 3/17/2018
Two Naomis 3/27/2018
Two Naomis was a great story of dealing with change, and my book club and I cannot wait for the sequel!
The Deadly Sister 2/11/2018
Mez’s Magic 2/25/2018
Both of these are so different than the other Screfer books I’ve read, but they are both just as good!
The Longest Night 1/6/2018
Forever Garden 1/11/2018
Any Which Wall 1/13/2018
Seven Stories Up 1/14/2018
Bigger Than a Breadbox (reread) 1/15/2018
Good night, laila tov 1/16/2018
Orphan Island 1/17/2018
If you cannot tell, I really like Snyder’s stories. All kinds of them. I’m so glad I read even more of them because they just fill my heart.
The False Prince trilogy by Jennifer A. Nielsen
The False Prince 3/4/2018
The Runaway King 3/13/2018
The Shadow Throne 4/3/2018
I LOVED this trilogy! I am pretty much forcing it on students now (luckily they like it!) because I need someone to talk to about all of the twists and turns. So good!
Rebels by Accident by Patricia Dunn
My student said this was the first book where she saw her life reflected in a book, so I was happy to read it and talk to her about it. And it gave such great insight into my Egyptian students’ lives.
A Series of Unfortunate Events series by Lemony Snicket
The Bad Beginning 2/14/2018
I read this because my students LOVE it, but it just wasn’t for me. Made me so cringy because everything was so unfortunate!
Stung series by Bethany Wiggins
Such a fascinating post apocalyptic series!
Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman
I CANNOT wait for number 3!!! This series is definitely a favorite!
How is your #mustreadin2018 list progress going? What book do you most look forward to?
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