Wednesday, April 6, 2016

March Reads

I read a weird assortment of books in March. I think all of them make sense for why I would read them, but when I look at them, I kind of chuckle.

Sacred Sin & Brazen Virtue by Nora Roberts - You guys know I love a good Nora Roberts book, and I really love her trilogies. This was just a duo, but it was good. It was kind of fun to read because they were written in the 80s, so no cell phones, no internet - kind of fun. I have read at least 50 Nora Roberts books, and these didn't disappoint.

The Whole Brain Child by Daniel J. Segel and Tina Payne Bryson - I think every parent should read this book! It was so helpful to understand why a tantrum happens {what causes it in the brain} and also to have some strategies to use. I borrowed this book and as soon as I was done I bought my own copy. I wouldn't say it's super helpful with a toddler but very good for school age kids. LOVED IT!

Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz - This is the 4th of 6 books about Odd Thomas. I didn't like this one as much as some of the earlier ones {especially the first ones}, but I love the character of Odd. This one got really sci-fi instead of just more about ghosts, so it was a different story for Odd. Overall it was a good read, and I can't wait to see what Odd gets up to next.

I started April off with a bang and can't wait to share what I've been reading next month!


Anonymous said...

Haven't read any of them. May have to check out the Whole Brain book. Learn all about tantrums! - AP

Karen Peterson said...

I haven't read a lot of Nora Roberts, but I do admit her books are fun.

Kelly said...

I am currently reading What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty and I LOVE it. It is so good!