Words on Wednesday: Changing Seasons

I don’t actually know where I read this quote, but it’s right there in my commonplace book and it seemed like an appropriate quote with the change of weather:changing seasons

Each season has something to love (and, I suppose, something to love…less). Spring doesn’t hold a monopoly on beauty!

So much better to appreciate the beauty of the changing seasons.
What I’m Reading Now:

(please forgive the camera phone picture)

Some new additions from last week:
Bridge to Haven by Francine Rivers.

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty.

Mr. Campion’s Farewell by Margery Allingham, completed by Mike Ripley.
Current Kindle Reads:

Lit by Tony Reinke.
(still waiting for the last Divergent book)

Current Read Aloud:
Stacks of picture books, but no chapter books other than things for school.

Current Book to Review:
The latest one hasn’t come in yet.

I’ve left two new reviews on Goodreads since last week: Glittering Images (fiction) and The Victorian City: Everyday Life in Dickens’ London (nonfiction).

What are you reading now?

Resources for Readers:

Dover Books
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