Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week's topic is books I am 99.99999999% sure I will love, otherwise known as likely five-star reads.
I seriously can not tell you how excited I am that there will be a new Wayside School adventure. I LOVED these books when I was a kid. Eleanor and my students love them now. Such a great series!
Dan Jones and Marina Amaral. Duh.
I love Casting Crowns, and I am really excited to read this, as Thrive is my fave CC song and the book is written by the lead singer.
I love reading about LGBTQIA+ history, the tragedies and triumphs that built a movement that could not be ignored in the fight for equality for ALL.
It took me about fifteen years to be able to read anything about September 11. Now, I can't stop. I want to know every story, every person, to help carry on their memories.
I can't imagine losing a loved-one to AIDS. The advancements made since it first reared its ugly head are mind-blowing, but the costs of medications are still too great.
Obviously this is not the cover (and Karen McManus gave me permission to post a placeholder). OBVIOUSLY this book must be on a list about likely 5-star reads.
That's my man, Big Ticket, #21 for the T-Wolves, KG, Kevin Garnett on the cover.
Such a terrible war, completely ravaged the country. But if it had never happened, we might never have known who Eleanor of Aquitaine was, so...
My childhood was drastically different in the time Before Jacob compared to the time After Jacob. This case has haunted two generations of Minnesotans, both parents and children in that time, when he vanished without a trace. After 27 years, in August of 2016, Jacob's long-suspected murderer led investigators to his body and his parents were finally able to bring their son home. If you are unfamiliar with the case, you can find a timeline of events here.
Are any of these on your TBR? Any that weren't, but are now? Let me know!