March 2017 Wrap-Up

Hi Everyone! Happy end of March and Welcome to April! I’m super happy for Spring! It’s my most favorite season. I like seeing new flowers, green grass, and little sprigs of leaves on the trees. Birds chirping to wake me up in the morning and sunshine are the best!

Here is my March reading and reviewing all wrapped up in a bow. Kids books dominate my time this month. My 5 year old son loves stories and he’s still in the process of learning how to read. I thought I would include them on my blog while I have the chance. In the future, he will be older and he may not need me to read for him anymore. I also love reading kids books because the illustrations are too awesome! Some kids books are full of knowledge, I just couldn’t pass it up. If you have kids in your life, I hope my reviews help you deciding what to gift kids besides toys. I also like to busy my boy with workbooks because they are great learning tools to improve their minds and keep them busy. I like keeping them busy with workbooks and reading materials more than video games or TV.

These books have been read and reviewed in the same month. Please click on the link to find my reviews if you need. I hope you all had as good of a reading month as I.

1) Pandora by Victoria Turnbull. I rated it 5 stars!

2) The Crane Girl by Curtis Manley. I rated it 5 stars!

3) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling – a Re-read. I rated it 5 stars!

4) Together Always by Edwina Wyatt. I rated it 5 stars!

5) The Little Copper Penny by Stephenie Barker. I rated it 4.5 stars!

6) Me, All Alone, at the End of the World by M. T. Anderson. I rated it 5 stars!

7) Long May She Reign by Rhiannon Thomas. I rated it 3.5 stars!

8) Summer Brain Quest by Megan Hewes Butler and Claire Piddock. I rated it 5 stars!

9) Letters from Jayson by Amy Hale. I rated it 5 stars!

10) Seven Days of You by Cecilia Vinesse. I rated it 4 stars!

11) The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead – Buddy Read with Sydney’s Shelves – I rated it 4 stars!

12) Moonlight Crab Count by Dr. Neeti Bathala and Jennifer Keats Curtis. I rated it 5 stars!

13) Sage Alexander and the Hall of Nightmares by Steve Copling. I rated it 3 stars!

14) Dividing Eden by Joelle Charbonneau. I rated it 4.5 stars!

15) Lego: Knights Academy – The Forbidden Power by Max Brallier. I rated it 5 stars!

Other Posts:

Harry Potter Book Tag
Standalone Sunday | A List of Cages

I have exceeded my goal for reading and reviewing this month. How did your month go?

xoxo,
Jasmine

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33 thoughts on “March 2017 Wrap-Up

    • Jasmine says:

      There are pros & cons hehe I read more and I risk losing followers because I don’t have enough time to blog hopping & commenting. I noticed that you are very good at visiting my blog & commenting my posts and I really appreciate that! I do go out of my way to visit your blog so I hope you know you are an awesome person Sophie! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’• So actually you are an inspiration to me to visit bloggers & commenting to obtain more followers & keep them 😍

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          • snowlyramble says:

            Yeah, I’ve been drawing in a manga/cartoony style for about 10 years, but now I’ve been working and doing this blog I just haven’t had time to keep practicing. I used to always want to have a job using my art, but I’m really not that good, haha! I can always dream though~

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            • Jasmine says:

              Drawing for 10 years, that’s really great actually! You’re probably being modest 😊 I hope you get a chance to get back into it. Graphic novels is popular now so that drawing skills is in demand! 😍

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  1. Diana says:

    Congratulations Jasmine. It seems like your March was wonderful. I love how you include both yours and your child’s book in the blog reviews. When your son grows up, maybe he can become a co/guest blogger on your blog:-)

    Have a wonderful April!

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  2. Melissa @ BookNerdMomo says:

    Looks like you had a fantastic reading month, Jasmine! There’s a nice mixture between YA and Children’s books. I think it’s awesome that you read them to your son and then review them. I hope you have a great April and that it’s full of great books too! 😊β™₯

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    • Jasmine says:

      Thank you Melissa! Sometimes I do wish to have all the time to read books I want πŸ˜‚ but after reviewing a children’s book, I do feel happy to have introduced a kid a good book 😊 so I just have to work harder at balancing the time so I can get to read books I like too haha Do you read Juvenile fiction? That Lego book is it and it’s actually fun to read. Great humor 😊

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    • Jasmine says:

      My reading is productive but my house cleaning is not hahaha… I am exploring many genres, just not horror and erotica and I’m liking them all so far πŸ™‚ Which genre do you read most?

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      • Ryann the Reader says:

        Haha same! My bookshelves are pretty much the only clean thing at my house πŸ˜‚

        I’m a huge fantasy nerd! But I’m trying to break out into some thrillers and some more contemporary fiction

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          • Ryann the Reader says:

            Some of them I’ve liked a lot!! But, because I’ve been such a fantasy addict my whole life, other books can come off as a bit dull in comparison.

            How about you? Any of the new genres really catching your eye?

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            • Jasmine says:

              YA Contemporaries. They are so relatable!! I like this one quote “we read so that we know we are not alone.” I feel exactly that when I read contemporary and it just makes me feel relieved πŸ˜‚ I also prefer it with humor & witty chat instead of the deep serous that makes me cry and heartache hehe

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  3. raistlin0903 says:

    Wow you have read a lot of books this month. Wish I could say the same. Lately I have been having a little bit less time than usual, so I am running behind on books. But hopefully in april I can catch up on some things. I really liked your review for the Crane Girl and that book’s art is so incredible. Looking forward to your coming reviews. It is always a pleasure to read them 😊

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