February book report

Updates in bold.

  • Read the Ensign cover to cover each month.
    • January: yes 
    • February: yes
  • Read the Friend to my children each month.
    • January: yes (but not all of it) 
    • February: no (I accidentally let our subscription lapse!)
  • Read the Book of Mormon in French.
    • Plugging along with about half a chapter per night.
  • Read two classics I haven't read before. 
    • The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins
  • Re-read three classics I've read before.
  • Read some of the unread books in my personal library.
    • What Katy Did, What Katy Did at School, and What Katy Did Next by Susan Coolidge
  • Read some of the books that have been on my to-read list for a long time.
    • What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge
    • Diary of a Provincial Lady by E.M. Delafield
  • Read something by D.E. Stevenson.
    • Rochester's Wife
    • Katherine Wentworth 
  • Read something by Carol Ryrie Brink.
    • Anything Can Happen on the River
    • Baby Island
  • Read something by Enid Blyton.
  • Read something about food storage.
    • Country Beans by Rita Bingham
  • Read something about family history.
  • Read something about science.
  • Read a book about fairy tales.
  • Read new books that come out this year that interest me. (I will cross these off as I read them.)
    • The Water Castle by Megan Frazer Blakemore (January 8)
    • My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor (January 15)
    • Asunder by Jodi Meadows (January 29)
    • Hattie Ever After by Kirby Larson (February 12)
    • Sever by Lauren DeStefano (February 12)
    • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and the Race Against Time by Frank Cottrell Boyce (March 12)
    • Story's End by Marissa Burt (April 2)
    • Heir of Wildwood by Colin Meloy (August 1)
    • The Illuminated Adventures of Flora and Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo (September 26)

Number of books read so far this year: 24


  1. Ooh, you read Baby Island huh? Isn't it cute?

    1. Yes! I know I read it as a girl, but it's been so long I'd forgotten most of the details. Now I can't wait to share it with my daughter in a few years.