Saturday, June 3, 2023

3 books I hope to read in June

I hope to read more than three books, especially thanks to help of audiobooks, but here are a fiction, nonfiction, and children's book I hope to squeeze in: 

Shiny Things... I'm really enjoying having a motherhood-focused morning read along with a me-as-a-person read (motherhood, after all, is my great ministry!) and I hope to try this one in June. This 2023 world is nothing if not full of distraction so it seems very fitting.  

Take Three... This is the next installment of Karen Kingsbury's Baxter Family books. This is my first time reading them and I'm finally up to this one. It feels like it's been too long since I got to enjoy one of these so I'm very much looking forward to it! 

Vanished... This Christian middle grade is about a young girl in a boarding school trying to uncover the mystery behind a missing school bus her friend was on... could be fun! I would have been very excited for the premise as a sixth grader. 

What are you hoping to read this month? 


  1. From Christian literature, I have plans for Karen Kingsburry "Sarah's Song", for entertainment - Sophie Kinsella "Party Crasher", for serious books - Gael Faye "Little Country". I also recently found "The Five Little Pigs" in a bookcase on Agatha Christie, I also want to read it.🤗📚❤

    1. Let me know what you think of the Karen Kingsbury! I haven't read that one yet. =]


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