My “have read” 2017 book list

I love books. I love to read books. I’m learning to write books. Here I’m listing the books I’ve read this year. I hope you find a title here that interests you. 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. You can follow direct links.
Any book I have marked *(ARC)* is an Advanced Reading Copy I was given in exchange for my free and honest review.
My reading interests vary widely. 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!
PS: This year I am doing a book study and reading many of the books mentioned in it. I’m also doing the Reading For Research Month challenge in March which adds many more books to my reading success.

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

JANUARY 2017:

  1. Duff’s Monkey Business – by Budge Wilson
  2. Going Places – by Peter H. Reynolds
  3. The Water Princess – by Susan Verde
  4. The Dot – by Peter H. Reynolds
  5. I Am Yoga – by Susan Verde
  6. The Girl Who Drank the Moon – by Kelly Barnhill
  7. Missing Nimâmâ – by Melanie Florence
  8. Harold and Harold – by Budge Wilson
  9. The Truth About Twinkie Pie – by Kat Yeh
  10. 10 Little Ninjas – by Miranda Paul (read my review posted January 26’17)
  11. The Dinosaur Tooth Fairy – by Martha Brockenbrough
  12. Pax – by Sara Pennypacker
  13. The Most Wonderful Tales of the Year – Holiday memories written and performed by Audible narrators
  14. Ish – by Peter H. Reynolds
  15. Bunny Cakes – by Rosemary Wells
  16. Dancing in the Shine – by Diane Lynn McGyver
  17. For the Love of Pickle Juice – by Shelly Lee Gossett
  18. Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt – by Deborah Hopkinson
  19. Rotten Ralph’s Rotten Family – by Jack Gantos
  20. That’s Good! That’s Bad! On Santa’s Journey – by Margery Cuyler
  21. Owen – by Kevin Henkes
  22. Ducky – by Eve Bunting
  23. Old Turtle – by Douglas Wood
  24. Sam and the Tigers – by Julius Lester
  25. Bedtime for Frances – by Russell Hoban

FEBRUARY 2017:

  1. 81 Days Below Zero – by Brian Murphy
  2. The Princess and the Frogs – by Veronica Bartles  (read my review posted February 9’17)
  3. The Story of Ferdinand – by Munro Leaf
  4. Best in Show for Rotten Ralph – by Jack Gantos
  5. The Statues That Walked – by Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo
  6. Smokejumper: A Memoir by One of America’s Most Select Airborne Firefighters – by Jason A. Ramos & Julian Smith
  7. I Remember Miss Perry – by Pat Brisson
  8. Everything to Spend the Night: from A to Z – by Ann Whitford Paul
  9. Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type – by Doreen Cronin   (a reread)
  10. Diary of a Wombat – by Jackie French
  11. All You Need For a Snowman – by Alice Schertle
  12. Little Mouse’s Big Valentine – by Thacher Hurd
  13. The Cats in Krasinski Square – by Karen Hesse
  14. Tuesdays with Morrie: an Old Man, a Young Man, and Life’s Greatest Lesson – by Mitch Albom
  15. Sam Sorts – by Marthe Jocelyn
  16. When a Dragon Moves in Again – by Jodi Moore
  17. Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great – by Bob Shea
  18. I Thought This Was a Bear Book – by Tara Lazar  (a reread)  (read my review posted March 9’17)
  19. There Was an Old Dragon Who Swallowed a Knight – by Penny Parker Klostermann (read my review posted March 23’17)
  20. The Whispering Town – by Jennifer Elvgren
  21. The Wednesday Surprise – by Eve Bunting
  22. Christmas Wombat – by Jackie French
  23. Whose Mouse Are You? -by Robert Kraus
  24. Snappsy The Alligator – by Julie Falatko
  25. The Very Fairy Princess: Sparkles in the Snow – by Julie  Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton (read my review posted March 2’17)
  26. Buster the Little Garbage Truck – by Marcia Berneger
  27. Diary of a Baby Wombat – by Jackie French
  28. I Yam a Donkey! – by Cece Bell
  29. The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs – as told to Jon Scieszka
  30. Be a Friend – by Salina Yoon
  31. Jamberry – by Bruce Degen

March 2017:

  1. Du Iz Tak? – by Carson Ellis
  2. Rhyming Dust Bunnies – by Jan Thomas
  3. The Tree Lady: The true story of how one tree-loving woman change a city forever – by H. Joseph Hopkins
  4. The Tenth Good Thing about Barney – by Judith Viorst
  5. The Impossibly True Story of Tricky Vic, the Man who Sold the Eiffel Tower – by Greg Pizzoli
  6. The Magic Kerchief – by Kirby Larson
  7. The Airport Book – by Lisa Brown
  8. Lorenzo the Pizza-Loving Lobster – by Claire Lordon
  9. Stick and Stone – by Beth Ferry
  10. How do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? – by Jane Yolen
  11. Horrible Bear! – by Ame Dyckman
  12. Lottie’s New Beach Towel – by Petra Mathers
  13. Diary of a Worm – by Doreen Cronin
  14. Watersong – by Tim McCanna
  15. Big Help! – by Anna Grossnickle Hines
  16. Look Up!: Henrietta Leavitt, Pioneering Woman Astronomer – by Robert Burleigh
  17. If You Ever Want to Bring an Alligator to School, DON’T! – by Elise Parsley
  18. Very Little Red Riding Hood – by Teresa Heapy
  19. Big Red Lollipop – by Rukhsana Khan
  20. Dizzy – by Jonah Winter
  21. Hug Machine – by Scott Campbell
  22. If Animals Kissed Good Night – by Ann Whitford Paul
  23. The Very Fairy Princess Follows Her Heart – by Julie Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton
  24. This is Not a Picture Book! – by Sergio Ruzzier
  25. Best in Snow – by April Pulley Sayre
  26. Light up the Night – by Jean Reidy
  27. All the World – by Liz Garton Scanlon
  28. Drum Dream Girl: How One Girl’s Courage Changed Music – by Margarita Engle
  29. Are We There Yet? – by Dan Santat
  30. The Journey – by Francesca Sanna
  31. We Found a Hat – by Jon Klassen
  32. The Night Gardener – by Terry Fan
  33. One Day in the Eucalyptus, Eucalyptus Tree – by Daniel Bernstrom
  34. Thunder Boy Jr. – by Sherman Alexie
  35. Pink is for Blobfish: Discovering the World’s Perfectly Pink Animals – by Jess Keating
  36. The Bear and the Piano – by David Litchfield
  37. School’s First Day of School – by Adam Rex
  38. Leave Me Alone! – by Vera Brosgol
  39. Bob, Not Bob! – by Liz Garton Scanlon & Audrey Vernick
  40. The Little Engine That Could – by Watty Piper
  41. Time out For Monsters! – by Jean Reidy
  42. Separate is Never Equal: Sylvia Mendez & Her Family’s Fight for Desegregation – by Duncan Tonatiuh
  43. Nanette’s Baguette – by Mo Willems
  44. Penguin Problems – by Jory John
  45. Shh! We Have a Plan! – by Chris Haughton
  46. Cat Knit – by Jacob Grant
  47. Ooko – by Esmé Shapiro
  48. Worm Loves Worm – by J. J. Austrian
  49. They All Saw a Cat – by Brendan Wenzel
  50. Ada Byron Lovelace and the Thinking Machine – by Laurie Wallmark
  51. Vampirina Ballerina –  Anne Marie Pace
  52. The Sleepy Little Alphabet: a bedtime story from Alphabet Town – by Judy Sierra
  53. The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos – Deborah Heiligman
  54. Judy Moody was in a mood – by Megan McDonald
  55. On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein – by Jennifer Berne
  56. Sparky! – by Jenny Offill
  57. I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark – by Debbie Levy
  58. The Right Word: Roget and His Thesaurus – by Jen Bryant
  59. The Other Side – by Jacqueline Woodson
  60. Moo! – by David LaRochelle
  61. Cloth Lullaby: The Woven Life of Louise Bourgeois – by Amy Novesky
  62. A Child of Books – by Oliver Jeffers
  63. A Perfectly Messed-Up Story – by Patrick McDonnell
  64. I Want My Hat Back – by Jon Klassen
  65. This is Not My Hat – by Jon Klassen
  66. And Two Boys Booed – by Judith Viorst
  67. The Princess and the Pony – by Kate Beaton
  68. I Don’t Like Koala – by Sean Ferrell
  69. Zen Socks – by Jon J. Muth
  70. Mother Goose Bruce – by Ryan T. Higgins
  71. Queen of the Diamond: The Lizzy Murphy Story – by Emily Arnold McCully
  72. Meet the Dullards – by Sara Pennypacker
  73. What in the World? :Numbers in Nature – by Nancy Raines Day
  74. The Big Red Lollipop – by Rukhsana Khan

 

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