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A short, weird list this week, two children's books and one fiction.
Last year I happened upon Sara Pennypacker's Clementine and fell in love. Our library has The Talented Clementine, and I'm primed to read it next time I need something fun.
One of my favorite authors is Michael Perry. We sort of went to school together and we read our work at local readings back in the day. Last fall he came out with a middle-grade (I think, for grades 4-7 anyway) book. It sounds kind of apocalyptic, which isn't really my genre, but he's an author that I really would read anything by. I bought my grandson a copy of the book for Christmas, but he has yet to crack it, so maybe we'll read it together.
I can't remember if I highlighted All the Light We Cannot See on Friday Finds or not. I don't know that I'm deeply interested in the plot, but it's one of those "everyone else is loving it, so I must be missing out" kind of things. And I challenge myself to read a couple of those each year.
What did you add to your TBR this week?