It’s Monday. What are You Reading?

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This past week I have continued reading and studying fiction and non-fiction picture books. There is such a wealth of these awesome books. 

Here are a few I read:

Julia Morgan Built a Castle by Celeste Davidson Mannis


Interesting biography of the first woman to enroll in the school of Architecture in Paris. She became famous for her buildings that withstood the San Francisco earthquake. and the Hearst castle.


A Nation’s Hope by Matt de la Pena


This biography of Joe Louis made the boxer come to life and highlighted his special personality.


 As Good As Anybody by Richard Michelson


Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Joshua Heschel led such different lives, but both came together to fight discrimination. Both faced great odds but proved they and all of us are as good as anybody else ( a message that needs to be heard by everyone!)


Say Something by Peggy Moss


Too often people use the excuse “it’s not my problem” to do nothing. The issue of bullying is looked at through the lens of a young girl who comes face to face with it after refusing to speak up other times. Another message that needs to be heard – we must speak up against racism, discrimination and bullying.

 I also finally read “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” by Ransom Riggs.


Loved this quirky book and am anxious now to read the sequel.

4 thoughts on “It’s Monday. What are You Reading?

  1. Hi Beverley! Hope you are doing well! These all look like terrific books, especially “Say Something”-will certainly look for it. I have Miss Peregrine… Still haven’t read it, & didn’t know another was coming out. Thanks for sharing all these. I know I will enjoy the biographies!

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