What Did I Read In February 2022?



Good Morning Lovelies, 

February is the month of love. Whether it be with your partner, friends or family members, it is a time to simply stop and declare your undying love for those around you. This idea has influenced my reading this month. 

Continuing with my poetry book, which took a romantic turn for February, I also found myself reading a few others that focused on family based relationships. However, I’ve also brought a few this month that focus on relationships to. However, they will be coming up later. 

For now, these gems have really helped me this month…

  1. My Mum Tracy Beaker by Jacqueline Wilson 
  2. Granny Torrelli Makes Soup by Sharon Creech 
  3. A Poem For Every Day of the Year by Allie Esiri (Continued)

Children’s books can be really gems when it comes to tackling relationships and I’ve loved reading about one of my favourite childhood characters again. Tracy Beaker was always a literary hero of mine and this book is fab. Granny Torrelli was actually a story I had never heard of, but found on a book donations shelf in Tesco. I read it within a day because it was so good. 

Both are fun, have good and bad situations and are reads the whole family can enjoy. Once I’ve picked my next reads, I will definitely let you know what I think of them in March. 

What are you all reading at the moment lovelies? 

Joey X

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