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My Reading Journey February 2022

In February I read thirty books and have almost completed my reading challenges. I’ve hit my target for the Aussie Author Reading Challenge. There are only a few books I haven’t reviewed – mostly books I have had to read for my work as a quiz writer haven’t been reviewed. I’ve read a variety of genres, novels, and picture books, and have mostly read Australian authors again, as this is my focus in my reading and reviewing. Onto more reading in March!

Aussie Author Reading Challenge: 35/24

Dymocks Reading Challenge: 23/26

QBD Reading Challenge: 20/24

Goal: 55/150

Australian Women: 28

Australian Men: 7

Australian: 35

Non-Australian: 20

Men: 15

Women: 40

  1. When You’re Older by Sofie Laguna and Judy Watson
  2. The Beast’s Garden by Kate Forsyth
  3. The Love that Grew by Sarah Ayoub and Mimi Purnell
  4. Crumbs by Phil Cummings (quiz book)
  5. Liberty by Nikki McWatters
  6. 13 Treasures by Michelle Harrison
  7. The Puzzle Ring by Kate Forsyth
  8. The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter (120th anniversary)
  9. The Unfunny Bunny by Adrian Beck and James Hart
  10. Our Table by Peter H Reynolds (quiz book)
  11. Yesterday Crum and the Storm in a Teacup by Andy Sagar
  12. Clancy of the Outback: City Slicker by Phil Kettle and Bob Andersen (quiz book)
  13. Never Forget by Claire Hallifax
  14. Mr Bambuckle’s Remarkables Join Forces by Tim Harris and James Hart
  15. Paris Takes Over the World: Welcome to New York, USA by Kyla May with Zanni Louise
  16. Meet Ella: Lost Book by Rebecca McRitchie and Danielle McDonald
  17. Eyes that Speak to the Stars by Joanna Ho
  18. Space Detectives: Extra Weird Creatures by Mark Power (quiz book)
  19. Sydney Under Attack by Sophie Masson
  20. Emily Lime, Librarian Detective: The Pencil Case by Dave Shelton
  21. Saga by Nikki McWatters
  22. A Rebel in Auschwitz by Jack Fairweather
  23. Arabella’s Alphabet Book by Suzy Zail and Christopher Nielsen
  24. Little Matilda by Caz Goodwin and Shaney Hyde
  25. The Howling Hag Mystery by Nicki Thornton
  26. Peggy and Me by Miranda Hart
  27. The Travelling Bookshop: Mim and the Woeful Wedding by Katrina Nannestad
  28. Mary and Marcus: The Crazy Dance and Other Stories by Ursula Dubosarsky and Andrew Joyner
  29. When the War Came Home by Lesley Parr
  30. The Girls Who Changed the World: Ming and Flo Fight for the Future by Jackie French

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