March always feels like the longest month of the year. We’re all completely over winter by now. We are impatiently waiting for Spring. While we tick the time away and dream of warmer days it is always a good idea to spend time being transported to different worlds in the pages of good books. Here are a few that we have added to our library this month.
Die Again, Mr. Holmes – This book kept me company yesterday while doing laundry. This is the eighth book in the series and now I have to go back and read the first seven!
Love in 90 Days – I’ll be honest, I’m not in the market for love. Being a fulltime mom, daughter, entrepreneur, blogger and employee leaves me a bit exhausted. However, I know that I don’t want to be alone forever so I’m doing my research early!
Baby Elephant Joins The Herd– The photographs in this book alone are a reason to get it. Pair the photos with the information and you might feel like you’re on a safari. I love that this book comes from the American Museum of Natural History. JustaBXgirl was excited to see the name of the museum across the cover. I thought it was awesome that she recognized it.
Countdown America– This book brings a whole new meaning to the idea that single mother’s are superheroes! Seriously though, it’s suspense on suspense. Great reminder that mothers are not to be missed with, especially when they are a CIA agent.
Your Light – I love that Jillian wrote this after becoming a mom. I’m betting most of us have a story or song that was birthed with our babies. Jillian decided to share her story with us and I am here for it.
The Backpack – JustaBXgirl has finally gotten rhyming. I think because she says words differently at times it was hard for her to hear and match, ending sounds. Now that she has gotten the hang of rhyming we look for books that help her not only hear but see the sounds. Matched with having a great message The Backpack is a new favorite!
The Letter Code – Deciphering Why You Love The Way You Love – Sometimes it is important to look inside before we look outside. A lot of times we say we want something different but then end up making the same decisions. This book is a good way to look at how we love.
Becoming Sonia – Reading this book, I felt like I was watching a movie. I could picture each moment and felt fear and anger for Sonia many times throughout it. I am looking forward to discussing it at the “The Bronx Is Reading Book Club” this weekend.