My Book Reading Report for 2018

It’s that time of the year to tally up. Here are my stats according to Goodreads.

TOTAL BOOKS READ IN 2017 = 350
1 Adult;  14 YA;  8 MG;  11 CB/ER;  313 PB

Listed below are my favorite reads from this year. This list contains titles published in 2018 and past years.

YOUNG ADULT: Dumplin’ (Julie Murphy), Six of Crows (Leigh Bardugo), Caraval (Stephanie Garber), Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue (Mackenzi Lee), You Bring the Distant Near (Mitali Perkins), I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter (Erika L. Sánchez)

MG: Ghost Boys (Jewell Parker Rhodes)

PB:

  • The Truth About Hippos: Seriously Funny Facts About Your Favorite Animals (Maxwell Eaton III)
  • How to Be an Elephant (Katherine Roy)
  • Grandma’s Purse (Vanessa Brantley-Newton)
  • The Rabbit Listened (Cori Doerrfeld)
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Case of R.B.G vs Inequality (Jonah Winter and Stacy Innerst)
  • I Dissent: Ruther Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark ( Debbie Levy and Elizabeth Baddeley)
  • Shark Lady: The True Story of How Eugenie Clark Became the Ocean’s Most Fearless Scientist ( Jess Keating and Marta Álvarez Miguéns)
  • Give Bees a Chance (Bethany Barton)
  • How to Code a Sandcastle (Josh Funk and Sara Palacios)
  • The Rough Patch (Brian Lies)
  • Head Lice (Elise Gravel)
  • We Are Grateful: OtsaliheligaAll Are Welcome (Traci Sorell)
  • This is a Taco (Andrew Cangelose, Josh Shipley)
  • An Inconvenient Alphabet:  Ben Franklin & Noah Webster’s Spelling Revolution (Beth Anderson and Elizabeth Baddeley)

 

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6 Comments to “My Book Reading Report for 2018”

  1. Head Lice! I love the title. Will have to check this book out. LIke many of your other picks.

  2. What an inspiring list! Thanks for sharing your favorites. And I’m curious—do you have a particular system for tracking the books you’ve read?

  3. Good for you, Darshana! What a great list – inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Quite a few I haven’t read, Darshana. I’ll need to add some to my reading list, too! Great job.

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