The book deals are HOPPING this weekend and I’m delighted about it!
We’ve had a busy week (I usually have very few meetings and I had SO many meetings this week, plus parent teacher conference, ski school, three days of early out for school, and several extended family events) so I’m ready for a cozy weekend at home curled up with a good book.
Here are some deals worth checking out!
Book Deals for a February Weekend
Pride: A Pride & Prejudice Remixby Ibi Zoboi – audiobook
This delightful book was way more fun than I expected. This Pride & Prejudice retelling takes place in present-day Brooklyn following two families, two different upbringings and a very unexpected ending!
Runaway Ralphby Beverly Cleary – audiobook
Have I mentioned before that I love Beverly Cleary? This one is just as good as any of her other books, but totally different, with a little mouse who meets a boy staying at his hotel and starts riding his toy motorcycle. This is the second book in the series and in this one, he ends up taking his motorcycle out to summer camp!
Faking Christmas by Cindy Steel – audiobook
It might seem weird to see a Christmas book on here in February, but this is a great time to stock up on holiday books for next year, plus this one isn’t too over the top Christmassy. I read this book last year and absolutely loved it. It’s a fake dating romance and this one was so fun and had such excellent chemistry – I was sold from the very beginning. And especially when it’s an enemies-to-lovers trope? Sign me right on up, plus it’s also not steamy.
The Year of the Book by Andrea Cheng – audiobook
This is a really quick and sweet middle grade novel. Asian-American Anna finds friendship rather complicated. She would rather turn to the characters in her books for companionship. But throughout her story, she learns what it means to be a friend and what it takes to make friends. (It’s also a Libro.fm deal so you can make a Yoto card with it!)
Sisters in Arms by Kaia Alderson – audiobook
This debut novel is about the Six Triple Eight, the only all-Black battalion of the Women’s Army Corps who had the dangerous job of getting the mail to the servicemen fighting in Europe. It follows two American women who come from extremely different backgrounds but find friendship in their risky new roles.