Ramadan Readathon

Along with the Year of the Asian Reading Challenge, I'm also doing the Ramadan Readathon. This year is focused on a bingo board theme. Each collum is based around one of the Five Pillars of Islam. I'm trying to complete the Sawm pillar. I may try for the Shahadah pillar if I manage to read... Continue Reading →


Year of the Asian Reading Challenge TBR

I've come to accept that I'm more of a mood reader than anything, so my TBR is more of some book I might like to revisit or read during the next couple of months. Children's Books The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi I've been wanting to read this book for a while. This book deals... Continue Reading →

Year of the Asian Reading Challenge

So I know I've been absent from here. There have been many reasons, mostly depression. I think I also felt like I needed to produce content when I really didn't so I just stopped. Now I'm trying to put less pressure on myself and just do things for fun. Ironically I'm doing a reading challenge,... Continue Reading →

The Hidden Witch Review

*Major Spoilers Below* * * * * * * The Hidden Witch was a great follow up to The Witch Boy, after his adventures with his lost great uncle Mikasi, Aster is finally getting the chance to learn witchery with the girls in his family. However, some of his family still hold their old prejudices... Continue Reading →

Pilu of the Woods

The review was written in exchange for a free ARC via NetGalley. Review  Let me first start off by saying that Pilu of the Woods is an incredibly beautiful and touching book. The art is lovely as is the story. Pilu of the Woods is about a young girl, Willow who is trying to understand... Continue Reading →

Babysitter’s Club-Kristy’s Big Day

Review The latest volume in the new series of The Babysitters Club graphic novels finds Kristy, the club’s president getting ready for her mother's wedding to the man in her life Watson. But everything isn't easy because Watson has a lot more money than Kristy's mother and has kids of his own. Both of these... Continue Reading →

The Witch Boy Review

MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD I recently finished The Witch Boy by Molly Knox Ostertag and I can’t help but give it glowing reviews. Before I even get to the plot, it's simply a beautiful book. Every character's art is distinct, even the names seem to have a deeper meaning. It's a world, despite having scary points... Continue Reading →


Hello everyone and happy 2019! How is your January going so far? I've finished two books so far, which will be reviewed and up soon. But I thought I'd introduce myself, my name is Solara. I'm currently applying to P.h.D programs and reading children and middle-grade books help me relax. I'm also a fan of... Continue Reading →

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