It’s been a relatively quiet week on the blog because I’ve been catching up on a ton of Paris reads for Paris Month – which starts on Monday! And speaking of which – I’m doing a poll on what YOUR favourite read set in Paris is! Share it over on this FB post to be featured in a post in April!
This Past Week on Just a Lil’ Lost…
- Last week, I swooned over the adorable Paul Rudd
- It was Lesley Livingston week with a review of Once Every Never, a recap of Every Never After‘s book launch party (with videos of some Time Warp goodness!) and an interview with the amazing author!
- Over on Paper Droids, I talked about my favourite Disney movie, Aladdin, becoming a musical theatre production!
Monday was a crazy book-mail day with all my review books coming in that day!
A Corner of White by Jaclyn Moriarty (Book Depository|Amazon) | Surprise package, for read & review from publisher. I saw this book last week on some Stacking the Shelves posts and just fell in love with the cover. It’s so weird because it doesn’t match what the actual book is about AT all! The book cover looks like it’s a contemporary read…
Responding to their tweet, Macmillan Kids sent me a huge bubble envelope full of these exciting Middle Grade reads for review!
- The 13-Story Treehouse by Andy Griffiths
- Breakfast on Mars and 37 Other Delectable Essays edited by Rebecca Stern & Brad Wolfe
- Zero Tolerance by Claudia Mills
- The Barftastic Life of Louie Burger by Jenny Meyerhoff
- The Adventures of Arnie the Doughnut: Bowling Alley Bandit by Laurie Keller
- Bo at Ballard Creek by Kirkpatrick Hill
- The Heartbreak Messenger by Alexander Vance
- Salt: A Story of Friendship in a Time of War by Helen Frost
- The Treasure of Way Down Deep by Ruth White
- Mountain Dog by Margarita Engle
Thanks for stopping by! 😎