It’s the start of October, my birthday month! I know people say that I shouldn’t mark my birthday as an adult… but I don’t care. I like marking my birthday.
During September, I didn’t complete as many books as I have lately, however I have made good progress on a couple of longer ones.
I enjoyed The Valuable Dragon by Ron Brooks. This was a free download that shows kids that they are more valuable than jewels.
For an audiobook, I was pleased to hear the fourth Magical Misfits book by Neil Patrick Harris. This is a fantastic middle grade series with diverse characters and a lot of magic.
Aussie STEM Stars: Eddie Woo by Rebecca Lim is a book I’ve been recommending to kids for a while, and finally got to read. I enjoyed this snapshot of Eddie Woo’s life and how he came to teach maths and change the lives of so many students.
One of my nephews had a birthday last week and I bought him a couple of books. School of Monsters: William is a Star by Sally Rippin is one of them and I’m sure that my nephew will love it.
The books I have on the go include The Nurses War by Victoria Purman, The Bravest Word by Kate Foster, and I’m listening to The Naughtiest Girl in the School by Enid Blyton, a book I enjoyed as a child.
This was my reading during September. How did you go?