Taking a break from grown up books

Last week, while attending a book discussion at the library where I work, I realized that I am not enjoying my reading life right now. I have decided that during the month of July, I will be reading children’s books only.

I started reading Harbor Me by Jacqueline Woodson yesterday. That will take me a couple of days. It is a 192-page juvenile fiction book that was mentioned in a “What Should I Read Next?” podcast. So far, Anne Bogel, the host of the podcast, has not steered me wrong.

Today, at work, I read “Poor Louie” by Tony Fucile. An adorable book about a little dog named Louie who tries to run away because he thinks his people are not paying attention to him.

Tomorrow I will continue reading “Harbor Me” and probably finish it. Hopefully this month of children’s books will cleanse my reading palate so I can enjoy reading again.

Thank YOU for reading.

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Kathy Harriott

My husband, Mike, and I moved from NJ to Southwest Florida in September 2006. I currently work at a local library and fill my free time with crafts, reading and my experiments in the kitchen.

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