It’s Not About the Broccoli by Dina Rose: Armed with practical and helpful tips, this book explores how to get your kids to eat well. I read it while pregnant and it was time to revisit it now that my toddler had become suddenly picky. The food rules are easy enough to follow that they work well for M and I as well.
Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo: The end of the Grisha Verse trilogy and I adored it. I read it in less than a day – I found Bardugo’s work inventive and electric. Alina is a wonderfully complex hero and I cannot wait to seek out more of her work. 10/10 would recommend.
Wild Embers by Nikita Gill: I cannot describe how much I enjoyed this collection of feminist poems.
Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese: This was a gift from a dear friend and I read it really slowly, trying to savor it as she loved it so much. The front end was really slow pace wise for me, but once the story shifted to New York, I felt the urgency of the plot pick up. It was a moving read and I’m so glad I read it.