Pages Menu
Categories Menu

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Books, Featured, Lists, Resources, Reviews and Giveaways | 0 comments

Bekki’s Bookshelf: What We Read in February of 2015

Bekki’s Bookshelf: What We Read in February of 2015

0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pin It Share 0 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 0 0 Flares ×

Last month, I let you know about the 50 Book Challenge my two oldest children and I are undertaking. We are “racing” to see who will read 50 books first. I started the challenge a few years ago to motivate my daughter to select more challenging books, and found that I got just as much out of the endeavor as she did!

I love pushing myself to make more time for reading. I hear SO many moms tell me that they just don’t have time. If you find yourself “without time” to read, challenge yourself to read one chapter each night before bed. Exchange 10 minutes of game-play on your phone for reading. Dive back into an old favorite or check out something on the best-seller list. I am having so much fun exploring the wide world of literature!

Sit back, relax, and grab some reading suggestions. I will be sharing what each member of my household read (or is loving) this month. Hopefully you’ll find an idea or two that piques your curiosity! Here we go!



Bekki’s Books: 

1. Bumped by Megan McCaffertybumped

*YA Fiction

I wouldn’t consider this to be a “cross-over” YA book in that I definitely felt too old to be reading it. In this book, a virus has taken over the world, causing everyone over 18 to be infertile. Towards that end, teenage girls are in high demand to get “bumped.” Melody scores a prestigious contract to create a bump, but her own feelings coupled with complications due to meeting her very religious (and secretive!) twin sister end up complicating things.

2. Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Grahamsomeday

*Chick Lit

I adore Lauren Graham. You know how people ask who you’d invite to your dinner party? She’d be on the list! This book is warm, funny, and the perfect quick read. In this book we meet Franny, a young girl trying to make her way as an actress in New York. It’s about finding love, finding yourself, and perhaps most difficult of all in New York City, finding an acting job. Loved this book.

3. The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Steinrain


I was skeptical. This is a book written from the point of a view of a dog. It also contains a lot of info about racing cars – which I find terribly boring. However, this book was PHENOMENAL! I cannot recommend this book enough. In the book you’ll meet Enzo, a dog so loyal and faithful to his master Denny. Enzo is witness to the heartbreaking trials and struggles Denny goes through, and tells his tale with remarkable poignancy. This is a story about loss, love, and fighting for the things you value most.


The Eight Year Old’s Books: 

1. The School Play from the Black Lagoon by Mike Thaler

2. The School Carnival from the Black Lagoon by Mike Thaler

3. Bad Kitty Gets a Bath by Nick Bruel 

4. The Giggler Treatment by Roddy Doyle


The Six Year Old’s Books: 

1. The Great Shark Escape (Magic School Bus Chapter Book No. 7) by Jennifer Johnston

2. Bad Kitty Gets a Bath by Nick Bruel

3. Ricky Ricotta’s Might Robot vs. the Uranium Unicorns from Uranus by Dav Pilkey

4. Bad Kitty for President by Nick Bruel


The Four Year Old’s Books: 

1. Tale of the Brave by Rev. W. Awdry

2. David Goes to School by David Shannon


The Three Year Old’s Books: 

1. The Super Sweet Strawberry Shortcake Treasury by Samantha Brooke

2. Look and Find Strawberry Shortcake by Lou Weber


The Husband’s Books: 

1. Crash the Chatterbox: Hearing God’s Voice Above All Others by Steven Furtick


Leave a comment and let me know what your family is reading!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...Pin It

Post a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pin It Share 0 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 0 0 Flares ×