Happy Thanksgiving book lovers! Hope you all had a wonderful, relaxing day. I wasn’t tagged for this book tag, but I saw it on several blogs and thought it looked like a fun one… so I’m doing it.
• Tag the creator Abbey @ Three Cats and a Girl.
Tag the blogger who tagged you.
• Give something that you are thankful for this year at the end of the post.
Tag as many bloggers as you like.
You Turkey! ~ a book that made you laugh
Yes Please by Amy Poehler. I read this book when my son was only a few months old. I remember reading it during the middle of the night while nursing. I would occasionally look over to my sleeping husband and make sure I wasn’t waking him when I laughed out loud.
I’m Stuffed ~ a book that completely satisfied you
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. This book has so many great elements to it – historical fiction, coming of age, mystery, and romance. Add in a strong, intelligent female protagonist with an amazing bond to the natural world. Pure bliss.
Pumpkin Pie ~ the book you are looking forward to reading next
Watching You by Lisa Jewell. I’ve been seeing reviews for this one pop up on my feed, and it’s been on my Kindle for weeks now. Planning on reading this one soon.
Go Team! ~ a book where you found yourself really cheering for a certain character
Cath in Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. A simple and fun book, where I couldn’t help but root for the main character.
Macy’s Day Parade ~ a book that’s always there waiting on the bookshelf to be read and you know you’ll get to it eventually
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I have heard so many good things about this book. I have a copy, but haven’t got around to reading it yet. One day.
Traditions ~ a book you could/do reread every year because it’s so dang good
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. I have read this one so many times, and it still gets me. Every time.
I’m Thankful For ~ a book that really helped you in life
Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses by James H. Miller and Karl V. Miller. My education and work background is environmental science. This book was one that I used when I worked in the field.
I’m thankful for all the great books I’ve discovered since joining the blogging community. Thank you all for your support and the wonderful recommendations. Y’all are awesome!