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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kharriott

My husband, Mike, and I moved from NJ to Southwest Florida in September 2006. I currently work at the Punta Gorda Library and fill my free time with crafts, reading and my experiments in the kitchen. Our fur kids, Buddy the dog and Nibbles (aka Brutus) the cat, keep us entertained all day.

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