Noura Saves the Planet || Blog Tour Review

Review of Noura Saves the Planet by Rufia Valiff. I’ve been really loving picture books this year, and when this one was pitched as Muslim representation + climate activism, obviously I was all in!

Mid-year Book Freak Out Tag 2021

This tag was originally created by Ely of Earl Grey Books in 2016, and the whole world and their mother does it every year so I don’t think I really need to introduce it beyond that – except to say that I like to add some of the extra questions from Paperfury’s version that turn it into more of a mid-year wrap up/check in alongside the tag!

April-June 2021 Wrap Up

Thanks to a combination of exams/Ramadan/various other factors, compared to my usual I’ve barely been reading anything over the past few months. From April to June I only managed 10 books, total, so it made most sense just to combine them!

Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley || GUSH

Rave review of Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley: I absolutely could not put this book down; I flew through the entire thing in a day and I have SO MANY feelings. Do not be surprised when you see this on my ‘favourites of 2021’ list!

February 2021 Wrap Up

February was the month of buddy reads, but the general theme was, ‘I didn’t have any particularly strong feelings about this book, but I enjoyed it overall!’ And this is short enough that I’m (just about) okay with leaving it all as one post, which makes a nice change!


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