Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.”
Time for my first Friday Reads of 2020. Instead of linking to Amazon, as I have in the past, I’m going to link to Goodreads and you can read my review there.
Zen and the Art of Happiness—Chris Prentiss 5* (Jan 4)
This book has become my traditional first read of the year. My best guess is that I’ve read it 9 times now and I still give it 5*.
An Absolutely Remarkable Thing—Hank Green 4.75* (Jan 15)
This book was a lot more than YA sci-fi. Who knew Hank would be my favorite author in the Green family?
No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference—Greta Thunberg 4.75* (Jan 15)
It’s a short book, but it’s a collection of her speeches. It’s a little repetitive, but it’s still interesting to read.