March Reading Challenge Adventures: Grab your next book now!

Hi there! This series shares Jessica Evans’ thoughts on her February and March book choices. She is the Certified Reading Specialist who runs the reading challenge.

Get inspired to pick up your next book soon!

March reading challenge

Last month I read….

February Reading Challenge: Book Lovers

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I chose Book Lovers by Emily Henry as my pick for the February reading challenge. I don’t typically pick up romance stories. And the main character in this book, a tough literary agent, isn’t known for her love life either.

Overall, this was a cute story with witty banter and funny situations. I read this book during a vacation, and it made for a fun beach read.

The best thing about a reading challenge is that you pick up books you may not normally read!

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For more love story ideas, see the February reading challenge newsletter >>

This month, I’ll be reading…

March Reading Challenge: The Women

Kristin Hannah’s new book, The Women, landed on my doorstep a few days ago. I can’t wait to get started! This tale unfolds against the backdrop of the politically charged 1960s era and the Vietnam War.

Kristin Hannah has a magical touch with historical fiction, especially when portraying the resilience and strength of women. The Nightingale, The Four Winds, The Great Alone…These novels showcase her skill at weaving stories that stay with you long after you’ve turned the last page.

Check out any of these gems for the March reading challenge. You will not be disappointed!

I can’t wait to tell you about this book next month! Grab a copy and read along with me!

For more ideas, see March’s reading challenge newsletter >>

Kids Reading Challenge

Kids are reading inspiring books in March! My kids loved The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned To Read by Rita Lorraine Hubbard. Mary Walker was 116 when she decided to learn how to read!

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Check out the read-aloud here and find list of more inspiring books for kids.

Happy Reading!

Jessica Evans

P.S. What have you been reading? Leave a comment below and let me know!

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