Monthly Round Ups

September Reads.

This has been a bit of weird month, one of those that seems to have gone on forever but at the same time flown by. I had absolutely no idea how many books I’d read until I looked at my Goodreads account, it turned out to be more than I expected – 21 books! 8 picture books and 13 novel length books including only my second non-fiction book of the year.

In order of reading, September’s books are:

  • The Girl Who Walked on Air by Emma Carroll.
  • Chu’s Dayby Neil Gaiman and Adam Rex.
  • Mr Super Poopy Pants by Rebecca Elliot.
  • Conquest by John Connolly and Jennifer Ridyard.
  • The Sunrise by Victoria Hislop.
  • Fantasy League by Mike Lupica.
  • Half My Facebook Friends are Ferrets by J.A. Buckle.
  • A Little In Love by Susan Fletcher.
  • The Dinosaur Games by David Bedford and Dankerloux.
  • A Day With the Animal Doctors by Sharon Rentta.
  • Shadowboxer by Tricia Sullivan.
  • Archie Greene and the Magician’s Secret by D.D. Everest.
  • Revenge of the Zeds by Stewart Ross.
  • Captain Beastlie’s Pirate Party by Lucy Coats and Chris Mould.
  • Emmy’s Eczema by Jack Hughes.
  • Shadow of the Wolf by Tim Hall.
  • This Book Is Gay by James Dawson.
  • Penny Dreadful is a Magnet for Disaster by Joanna Nadin.
  • What If…? by Anthony Browne.
  • Doodleday by Ross Collins.
  • Iron Sky: Dread Eagle by Alex Woolf.

Whew! Looking back over the list like that makes me think it’s been a busier month than I’d thought. I think there’s a pretty good mixture both of genres and age groups again this month. Three books in particular stick out as favourites this month, Shadowboxer, Shadow of the Wolf and This Book is Gay.

What did you enjoy reading most of all in September?

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