March was unusual here in that it was more winter than spring. It was also an unusual reading month for me because I spent more than two weeks working on a book that I never finished! But I fit in lots of audio books and a few shorter books as well.
- The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall, a teen/YA audiobook (MN)
- The Danger Box by Blue Balliett, a middle-grade novel (MI)
- Personal History by Katharine Graham, an autobiography (DNF) (D.C.)
- The Law of Loving Others by Kate Axelrod, a teen/YA audiobook (NY)
- Finding the Worm by Mark Goldblatt, a middle-grade audiobook (NY)
- Here by Richard McGuire, a unique graphic novel
- Mosquitoland by David Arnold, a teen/YA audiobook (MS)
That's seven books total - not bad for spending so much time on one book. I read just wo adult books, one graphic novel and one nonfiction. I listened to four audiobooks (!), three for teens/YA and one for middle-graders, and I read one middle-grade novel. Interestingly, my two favorite books last month were the middle-grade novels. Both were excellent, though I think that Finding the Worm was my favorite. Then again, Mosquitoland was really good, too!
Update on 2015 Reading Challenges:I added five new states this month to my 2015 Where Are You Reading Challenge. I added just one book to my Mount TBR Reading Challenge 2015 - really need to read more off my shelves! I listened to four more audio books for my 2015 Audio Book Challenge, and added one more book to my 2015 Nonfiction Reading Challenge. No classics last month or anything new for the Travel the World in Books Challenge.
What was your favorite book(s) read in March?