Since I haven’t finished a book yet this year, I thought it’d be fun to share what I’m currently reading. I always have a stack of books on my night stand that are in various states of being read. This might look like a mess of books, but I honestly bounce around from book to book based on my mood.
I can’t even tell you how long this book has been on my to-read list. It’s basically a very dry, sarcastic, and funny story about the world ending. It’s hilarious so far, and I’m kicking myself for not starting it sooner.
This is actually a re-read. Can you believe I can’t remember the last time I re-read a book? This book really hit a chord with me, and I feel so calm and inspired when I read it. Based on the author’s observations in the Netherlands, I really connected with the Dutch way of parenting. I can’t imagine that one book encompasses everything about the Dutch parenting style. It’s so easy to imagine living in the Netherlands with our kids after reading it.
This is Amanda Soule’s most recent book. When my kids were younger, I loved referencing her books on cultivating a creative atmosphere at home. I have always encouraged our kids to use their creativity, so I connect with a lot of what she says in her books. Although our kids are older and don’t really need to pushed to use their creativity, I love reading this book.
These next three books are just a few I hope to read soon.
I can’t remember when I picked up this book, but parenting books are always on my night stand. I love reading different perspectives about parenting. I’ve heard of the Whole-Brain techniques for classroom management, so this sounds really interesting.
This is a pretty hefty read, so I don’t expect to finish it any time soon. My husband recommended this to me way back in October 2017, so I really need to start reading it!
This is the sequel to Wolf by Wolf, which I reviewed a couple years ago. It’s an amazing young adult alternative historical fiction (wow, that was a mouthful). Blood for Blood came out last year, and it’s been sitting in my stacks ever since then.
What are you reading right now?