I read less in February, but I read!
Since I loved the precursor to this book so much (I told you about it here), I decided to read the version that Susan Cain wrote for kids and teens. I wanted to know if I should let my kids read it and I was excited that they would have access to information that I didn’t have as an introverted child myself. I actually enjoyed it a lot! My 13 and 11 year old were not too interested in reading it, though. Perhaps they’re still too young. But, I did share a lot of what I learned, and we did discussed much of the book’s content.
And continuing on the theme of young readers… well, my kids read this in school and they told me I must read it. Oh my! If you haven’t read this book, please do! I stayed up one night reading it. It is that good! (And I rarely read fiction.)
My friend had this book and said she didn’t have enough time to finish it right now, so I grabbed it. I was a little skeptical at first, but I have to admit I liked it. I definitely agreed with many of Marisa Peer’s points. It was an easy and enjoyable read, if you’re into self-help, that is. ;-)
My son received this as a Bar Mitzvah gift and after he finished, he said I should read it. I’m still working on this one. It’s not an easy read, but so far, I’m enjoying it.
What are you reading?