Almost same time last year I made a goal to read six books in the year. And it worked magic! Not only that I achieved my last year’s goal but I also enjoyed the process too. This year I don’t have a goal to read more books, but I thought I should still set a list of titles I should look into. Here is my list that includes not only the novels:
1. “Bringing up Bebe” by Pamela Druckerman have been in my wish list on Pinterest for ages and I realised now it’s the best time to read it. I am on it now and I must admit I am impressed! Let’s see how I get on with the baby advice it gives ;-). 2. “French Kids Eat Everything” by Karen Le Billon is another book that have been on my wish list. Yes, it’s also french inspired and I can’t wait get my hands on it! Hopefully in time before I start weaning (so looking forward!). 3. “Riding Rockets” by Astronaut Mike Mullane have been spotted by Joni at Kennedy Space Center last year (yep, we are both space fanatics that dream to go to space). Let’s see who reads it first! 4. “A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian” by Marina Lewycka is on my list because she is my favourite author of last year. I am expecting to lol when I am reading this book ;-). 5. “According to Yes” by Dawn French is an obvious choice. I absolutely love her writing! This is going to be a third book I read that is written by her. 6. “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel made it to the movies! Although I generally like to watch a movie after reading a book, this time I am doing it the other way round.Hope you found my book list inspiring this year. I will attempt to review them as last time in my own way (which may not be very professional, but definitely honest).