Thursday, April 2, 2015

Must Read in 2015 Update!

Time has really flown since January when I posted my Must Read in 2015 list of books. It is hard to believe that it is time for an update already! I'm enjoying my Spring Break this week, so I'm getting caught up on my reading. When I first posted in January, I listed only 10 books as must reads for me. As of today I've read 5 of those 10 books. You can see them below. I have been thrilled with these 5 books! 

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Of course there have been some others that I felt were must reads and had to be added to my list. These were not on my radar back at the beginning of January. They are pictured below.

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I'm still trying to get a hold on the 5 books from the original 10 must reads. I would love any suggestions, especially nonfiction titles. Besides those 5, I don't have any on my radar. Can't wait to see everybody's updates. Hopefully I'll find some to add to my must read list.

Happy Reading!!

Stacey (@libraryjo92)


  1. You have some great new titles on your list. I loved The Crossover and Rain Reign. Do you follow Alyson Beecher's blog - many of us share nonfiction posts on Wednesdays and under the hashtag #nfpb2015 - I always find many new amazing titles this way! Emmanuel's Dream by Laurie Ann Thompson is a fantastic title - the true story of Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah.

    1. I've got to follow Alyson's blog. I have to find a better way to follow the blogs I like. I seem to just jump around and forget about a few. Thanks for the suggestion.

  2. I adored Last Stop and really enjoyed The Family Romanov. Of the new titles you've added, I've read all but the raindrops and frog books and those are some seriously awesome books. I loved The Crossover, Listen Slowly, and A Fine Dessert.

    Some recent nonfiction I would recommend is Growing Up Pedro and Sugar Hill. It's not nonfiction, but I really enjoyed Migrant by Mateo.

    1. I've got Growing Up Pedro on hold at my Public Library. I'll have to look up Sugar Hill and Migrant. Thanks for the suggestions.

    2. You have to read Raindrops Roll! The photographs are incredible!