What Makes Girls Sick and Tired [Lucille De Pesloüan]

I absolutely adore What Makes Girls Sick and Tired by Lucille De Pesloüan, though the reasons for which I love this graphic novel are thoroughly upsetting. The book is as it seems, a quick commentary on all the injustices that women face, from those faced by us all to those faced by those of different races…

I Have Crazy Exciting News About The Wendy!! — Just a Reminder!!

If you’ve been following this blog for any time at all, you’ll probably know I’m a bit obsessed with this book—and for very good reason, because it’s absolutely fantastic—and I even had the pleasure of hosting a readalong for it alongside two giveaways, which was thoroughly exciting! And so it should really come as no surprise…

Of Mortimer Blacks, Amazing Mentors, Boys Insisting Upon their Own Cleverness [Readalong First Quarter Update]

It's time for the first Quarter update of The Wendy! I hope everyone participating has enjoyed their books so far or at least gotten their copy. I know the mail can be quite a pain sometimes when you're waiting for your book to arrive. If you've not signed up for the April Readalong yet and would…

The Wendy; Reader Fox’s April Readalong Sign Ups!

Hello everyone and welcome to the April Readalong! I'm getting a little bit of a late start this month, but fortunately, we have some extra days for catching up at the end of the month anyway. I'm happy to have you all involved and beyond excited to begin this month's Reader Fox Readalong! We're going…

Celebrate International Women’s Day With Books!

Women have seen a lot of progress at various points during the last century and are certainly still pioneering progress today. Though improvements have been made, we are still fighting regularly for a more equal society, not only when it comes to women's rights but also insofar as equality applies to everyone from race to…

Once Upon a January (Monthly Wrap Up #1)

It's January 31st! We made it! At least, that appears to be the general consensus in the wrap ups I've read this morning. Apparently January took too long. 🤔 I'll admit, I didn't notice. But then again, I'm always dreading the passing of time. I've got so much to do and not enough moments in…