Looking for some recommendations

I’ll admit it, I’m in trouble with one of my reading challenges for the year. I need to fill a few slots — this is all stuff that I figured would be simple, and that I’d come across in the normal course of things. Well, it’s late August, and I haven’t. So…a little help from my friends? Anyone think of something that would fit these categories?

  • Read a book that takes place in one day.
  • Read a memoir or biography of a musician you like.
  • Read a collection of poetry.
  • Read an audio book with multiple narrators. I have a thought, but I’m open to suggestions.
  • Read a book written by an author from Idaho.
  • Read a book with your favorite food in the title.
  • Read a book with a child narrator. I have a thought, but I’m open to suggestions.
  • Read a book you chose based on the cover.
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4 thoughts on “Looking for some recommendations

  1. The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley, features 11 year old Flavia de Luce as the narrator, set in the 1950 English countryside, Flavia is a strange and precocious child with a fascination with chemistry, particularly poisons. I highly recommend this book and it’s sequels.

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