If you follow me on Instagram, you may know that I recommend a lot of books on there, in fact, it is the number one thing I use my account for. Perhaps you follow me there? If you don’t, or if you missed some, I figured a blog post to pull them all together would be helpful. That way you can see what I have read and loved, see what age groups they may work and order some books yourself. I don’t post all of the books I read, just the ones I love so much that I want to share them with others. I use the hashtag #pernillerecommends and they get cross-posted to Twitter as well if you want more than 1,000 book recommendations. Either way, here are the books I loved and shared from January until today!
Wow, what a lot of incredible reading! I am so thankful for all of the creators who continue to give us opportunity for great moments and memories.
As always, I am also curating lists on Bookshop.org – a website who partners with independent bookstores to funnel book purchases through them, if you use my link, I get a small affiliate payout.
I am excited to be heading out on the road again to be with other educators in-district or at conferences, while continuing my virtual consulting and speaking as well. If you would like me to be a part of your professional development, please reach out. I am here to help.
6 thoughts on “#PernilleRecommends – My Favorite Books January through April, 2021”
Look what came to my inbox this morning! 🙂 Enjoy!
Holy Moly! My TBR list just got a lot longer. Each of the ones I’ve read off this list reinforce why I should read all the books on the list I haven’t read yet.
Love this, but are you coming out with your “the best books for middle school according to my students” list for 2021? I look forward to it every year to try to guide my summer reading recommendations.
Yes, working on that one right now but the kids are not done with their speeches yet.
Awesome! Can’t wait 🙂