Student Ambassador: The Missing Dragon (Book Review)

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Hey y’all! Back at it again with another book review. On a Monday though? Yup, Student Ambassador: The Missing Dragon comes out tomorrow!

When it comes to Netgalley, I tend to request children’s books and graphic novels because those are easier for me to read as eBooks. I have a major soft spot for those books because they’re the kind that will make reading fun for a whole new generation. This one wasn’t just any request though. This was a wish, and if you know Netgalley, you know wishes are rarely granted.

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Matching my Favorite Christian Bops to Books

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Hey y’all! It’s been more than a month since my matching Gospel songs to books post and I’ve been racking my brain for follow ups. I have several in my drafts but this one popped into my head recently and I thought it’d be perfect for the next segment of this series.

In that first post, I talked about how Gospel music really helped me get through one of the darkest periods of my life. If you’ve ever been in the car with me, you know my radio stays tuned in to Christian stations. I even listen to my Christian Mix playlist to fall asleep. My faith is really important to me and it’s a major part of my lifestyle.

That being said, these aren’t necessarily “Christian books” that I’m matching the Christian bops too. They’re just books I really enjoyed that I can find myself matching these songs to in some form or another. I hope you enjoy this interesting and maybe even find a book or song that you want to check out.

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Punching the Air (Book Review)

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Hey y’all! I know I don’t usually post reviews on Wednesdays, but I decided to make a special exception for this new release. I recieved an eARC of Punching the Air for the tour that’s being organized by Karina @ Afire Pages. My official post for the tour will be going up on Friday.

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Clap When You Land (Book Review)

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Elizabeth Acevedo is one of my favorite authors for a reason. She has this gift of connecting the reader to her pieces in ways that I haven’t seen before. I actually read this over a month ago and I’m still thinking about Yahaira and Camino.

Have y’all seen this cover? Wait, did you check the inside too?

When I tell you this cover is one of the most gorgeous things I’ve seen, just know that I’m not exaggerating.

Trigger warnings: death of a parent, stalking, sexual assault

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