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What are You Reading This Week — March 28, 2024

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Danika Ellis

Associate Editor

Danika spends most of her time talking about queer women books at the Lesbrary. Blog: The Lesbrary Twitter: @DanikaEllis

It’s officially spring! We made it! I’ve been really enjoying the return of some sunny days, and I even was able to read on the back porch for a little bit this week. But the weather change is a much bigger deal to my pitbull, Scrappy, because everyone knows pitbulls are solar-powered. He’s been soaking up the sunshine since the second the clouds parted.

This week, we tackled task #7 of the Read Harder Challenge: Read an indie-published collection of poetry by a BIPOC or queer author. I’ve got a few different options on hold at the library right now, and I can’t wait to dive in and find a new favorite.

Now, let’s get into the updates! Here are a couple of recommendations for task #6: Read a middle grade book with an LGBTQIA main character from the comments section, as well as an update on my progress through the Read Harder Challenge. Let me know in the comments: what have you been reading this week?

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