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Month in Review: April

Here's a recap of my reading and reviewing for April. This is pretty simple, but I figure if I keep my monthly recaps simple, I'll actually publish them, although it took me 18 days to finally get around to it this time!!

BOOKS READ IN APRIL: 6
REVIEWS WRITTEN IN APRIL: 5

  1. The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw by Christopher Healy - reviewed
  2. North of Boston by Elisabeth Elo - read and reviewed
  3. The Do's and Don'ts by Hayley Rose - read and reviewed
  4. The Girls of Atomic City by Denise Kiernan - read and reviewed
  5. The Living Memories Project by Meryl Ain, Arthur M. Fischman, and Stewart Ain- read and reviewed
  6. Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card - read
  7. The Metaxy Project by Layton Green - read
YEAR-TO-DATE TOTALS:

Total Books Read: 21
Total Reviews: 18


Historical Fiction: 2
Middle-Grade Fiction: 10
Picture Books: 1
Young Adult: 2
Contemporary Fiction: 1
Mystery/Thriller: 2
Nonfiction: 2
Memoir: 1

For review: 9
For book club: 2
For me: 10

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