In Spring 2017, I noticed that sometimes I was reviewing several books on a topic. It made sense to sometimes group these posts together so that it was easier for people to find them and me to post them. I stole this idea from If You Can Read This, but with my own twist: on Wednesdays I often do a Web Wednesday (but not always) and Fridays are always Fiction Friday. It’s not always five reviews in a week!
I did not plan to start with Autism but noticed that it was April and decided to bump up some of the books I had read and was planning to review (which involved some quick re-reading). A list of all the Theme Week posts follows, in order of posting.
04/17/2017 : Review of Getting a Life with Asperger’s by Jesse A. Saperstein.
04/18/2017 : (Planned review didn’t occur as I hadn’t finished rereading the book.)
04/19/2017 : Website Wednesday: Autism.
04/20/2017 : Review of Born on a Blue Day by Daniel Tammet.
04/21/2017 : Review of On the Edge of Gone by Corinne Duyvis.
05/01/2017 : Introduction to the #100indigenousbooks project.
05/02/2017 : Review of Mission to Space by John Herrington.
05/03/2017 : #100IndigenousBooksChallenge Book and Review List.
05/04/2017 : Review of The Outside Circle by Patti LaBoucane-Benson, illustrated by Kelly Mellings.
05/05/2017 : Review of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, illustrated by Ellen Forney.
05/23/2017 : Review of Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin.
05/24/2017 : Review of Johnny Hiro: Half Asian, All Hero by Fred Chao.
05/25/2017 : Review of Clara Lee and the Apple Pie Dream by Jenny Han, illustrated by Julia Kuo.
05/26/2017 : Review of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han.
06/19/2017 : Why I’m Doing a Theme Week about Transgender Books.
06/20/2017 : Review of As Nature Made Him by John Colapinto.
06/21/2017 : Review of Who Are You? The Kid’s Guide to Gender Identity by Brook Pessin-Whedbee, illustrated by Naomi Bardoff.
06/22/2017 : Review of Redefining Realness by Janet Mock.
06/23/2017 : Review of George by Alex Gino.