Can you believe it’s already the end of January? I think the older I get, the faster time seems to move. So here we are with the list of books I read in January.
- The Marvelous by Claire Kann
- The Great Godden by Meg Rosoff
- The Wide Starlight by Nicole Lesperance
- Instructions for Dancing by Nicola Yoon
- Yesterday Is History by Kosoko Jackson
- The Sky Blues by Robbie Couch
- Daughter of Sparta by Claire M. Andrews
- The Shape of Thunder by Jasmine Warga
- We Are Not Broken by George M. Johnson
- Switch by A. S. King
- Ain’t Burned All the Bright by Jason Reynolds and Jason Griffin
- Good Talk by Mira Jacob
Links go to Sticky Note Reviews. I still have plans to review a few books from this month, so stay tuned.
Of the fabulous reads from this month, the one that made me think the most was We Are Not Broken by George M. Johnson. I’ve spent the month thinking about what decolonization means for me as a Black person living in the United States.
I have come to no conclusions.
But that’s okay. Learning happens in the struggle.
What were your favorite or most thought-provoking reads of January 2022?