Well, this was a weird week in the world! Thankfully I’m stocked with books and can continue Middle Grade March and reading for months without worrying about running out of materials!
What are you reading these days?
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Even though I am an adult I still enjoy reading a good middle grade book. Over on YouTube the month of March is dubbed “Middle Grade March” and so I’ve been reading a higher number of middle grade books than normal this month.
A good book can be enjoyed by children and adults alike and there are some really good middle grade books I have read over the years.
This week I shared two book-ish videos in regards to middle grade books which you can check out below.
MIDDLE GRADE BOOK TAG
I’m having such a blast with Middle Grade March! I was tagged to do the Middle Grade Book tag and had fun pulling lots of middle grade books off my shelves to show you and chat about!
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The Curly Reader
MIDDLE GRADE LIBRARY HAUL
Before COVID-19 shut down I got a ton of middle grade books out from my library for Middle Grade March. If some of these books sound good and you don’t have access to them right now I recommend checking out your library apps (mine uses Libby and Hoopla) and Scribd – you can get two months of Scribd free here (that’s an affiliate link, if you use it you get two months free and I get one month free – win win!).
I hope you have access to lots of good books during this time!
Do you have any favorite middle grade books?
If you are unfamiliar with BookTube it’s just a YouTube channel where one talks about books.
The whole video format puts me out of my comfort zone but I like to watch BookTube videos and it’s hard to fully participate in the community without doing video so hence creating a BookTube channel.
I’ve shared a few of the videos in book posts throughout the month but I thought maybe I would try just having monthly BookTube wrap up posts where I share all the BookTube videos I shared for the month.
You can totally just go to my channel and subscribe and watch the videos there but I know not everyone likes to use YouTube that way so that’s why I decided to make these wrap up posts.
I actually started back in December so this post will include the videos I made in December and January.
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