My “have read” 2015 book list

Another new list to keep track of what books I’ve read in a year, and maybe it will help you find something you’d like to add to your stash. NOTE: if there are any you’d like to purchase please go to my page BUY THE BOOK! to see if it is listed there.

Any book I have marked *(ARC)* is an Advanced Reading Copy I was given for my free and honest review.

My reading interests vary as I like to include exploring children’s books since I hope to one day author one … or, better yet, several. If you’re interested in any on this list or are encouraged to read more, too, do let me know! If you have suggestions of what may look good in my reading stash I’d love to hear about it. :) Happy Reading!

“BE AWESOME! BE A BOOK NUT!” – Dr. Seuss

JANUARY 2015:

  1.  The Shy Writer (second edition) – by C. Hope Clark (reviewed March 31’15)

FEBRUARY 2015:

  1.  The Story of Gar – by Syr Ruus  (reviewed May 7’15)

MARCH 2015:

  1. Don Quixote – by Miguel de Cervantes Saaverda, retold by Henry Brook
  2. The Day the Crayons Quit – by Drew Daywalt (reviewed April 28’15)
  3. Rainbows in the Dark – by Jan Coates (reviewed May 19’15)
  4. Not Marked: Finding Hope and Healing After Sexual Abuse – by Mary DeMuth (reviewed August 13’15)
  5. Writing Fiction: A Guide for Pre-Teens – by Heather Wright (reviewed April 21’15)

APRIL 2015:

  1. Frankenstink! Garbage Gone Bad – by Ron Lightburn (reviewed May 5’15)
  2. The Rise & Fall of Adolf Hitler – by William L. Shirer (reviewed April 15’15)
  3. Millions of Souls: The Philip Riteman Story – by Philip Riteman & Mireille Baula-MacWillie (reviewed April 15’15)
  4. The Snow Queen – by Hans Christian Anderson
  5. Water for Elephants – by Sara Gruen
  6. Audrey (Cow) – by Dan Bar-El (reviewed August 25’15)
  7. To Kill a Mockingbird – by Harper Lee

MAY 2015:

  1. A Passage to India – by E. M Forster
  2. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn – by Betty Smith
  3. I Am Because You Are – by Jacob Lief with Andrea Thompson (*ARC* from Net Galley) (reviewed May 21’15)
  4. Cyborg – by Martin Caidin

JUNE 2015:  (didn’t finish a book this month)

JULY 2015:

  1. Sometimes God Has a Kid’s Face – by Sister Mary Rose McGeady
  2. The Book With No Pictures – by B. J. Novak
  3. Barbie: The Princess and the Popstar: Best Friends Rock – adapted by Mary Man-Kong
  4. Middlemarch – by George Eliot

AUGUST 2015:

  1. You Are Here: Around The World in 92 Minutes: Photos from the International Space Station – by Chris Hadfield (reviewed September 11’15)
  2. The Woman in White – by Wilkie Collins
  3. The Pursuit of Excellence – by Ted W. Engstrom
  4. The Godfather – by Mario Puzo
  5. The Oscar Wilde Collection – by Oscar Wilde
  6. The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh – by A. A. Milne

SEPTEMBER 2015:

  1. For Whom The Bell Tolls – by Ernest Hemingway
  2. The Sheltering Sky – by Paul Bowles
  3. Sense and Sensibility – by Jane Austen
  4. A Room With a View – by E. M. Forster
  5. The War of the Worlds – by H. G. Wells
  6. The Caterpillar That Could – by Jenny Evans
  7. Cats: Cute Cats From Around the World – by Alex Rosel
  8. Paul the Owl – by Elan Ezra
  9. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl – by Anne Frank (reviewed September 29’15)
  10. Missing You – by Harlan Coben

OCTOBER 2015:

  1. The Secret Message of the Zodiac: What You Don’t Know Might Hurt You – by Troy Lawrence
  2. The Martian – by Andy Weir
  3. BEARS: Our Amazing World series – by Kay de Silva

NOVEMBER 2015:

  1. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie – by Laura Joffe Numeroff
  2. One Stormy Day (Porterlance series) – by James McCullough
  3. Spiders: Our Amazing World series – by Kay de Silva
  4. The Pokey Little Puppy – from the world of Little Golden Books
  5. I Thought This Was a Bear Book – by Tara Lazar (reviewed March 9’17)

DECEMBER 2015:

  1. Little Red Gliding Hood – by Tara Lazar
  2. Amazing Ocean Life Forms – by Kid Reads
  3. The Happy Gift – by Lizzy Anne Reid
  4. Kevin and the Seven Lions – by Martin Tiller
  5. In The Days Of The Kings – by Michael Wilcock

And that’s all the books I finished reading in 2015! 51 in total, seven more than last year. I hope to surpass that total in 2016.

Have you read any of the above books?

 

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