There’s something about this fall weather that makes me want to curl up with a good book and a cup of coffee. When the air gets crisp it’s time to break out your fuzziest socks, oversized sweater, and coffee mug and get your nose in a book!
Emerson and I have spent a lot of time at the library lately, attending fall-themed children’s programs, and strolling through the miles and miles of bookshelves. I could spend hours just picking out which books to take home, and which ones to add to my list for next time.
I haven’t put together a reading list in a while, so I thought I’d share with you some of my favorites that I’ve read so far this fall. Happy reading, bookworms!
This book made me 110% sure I never want to explore the Amazon jungle. Patchett’s storytelling really made me feel like I was on the muddy river battling anacondas, sweating in the sweltering Amazonian heat, and swatting away malaria-carrying insects. This story of a pharmacologist who journeys to the jungle to bring back information about drug research being conducted there is really interesting though, and kept me coming back for more! Continue reading “Fall Reading Roundup”