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Calendar Girls February Wrap Up

February is coming to a close this week. What was your favorite part of the month? I would wager that Katie agrees with me about loving seeing all the posts about books by black authors! Did you celebrate any other way, maybe by reading more books by black authors or looking up anything about their history?


Katie @ Never Not Reading – Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi Lucinda @ Lucinda is Reading – Lullaby by Leila Slimani
Teri Polen @ Books and Such – The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Deanna @ Deanna Writes About It – Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
Sam @ Modern Witch’s Bookshelf – The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Flavia @ Flavia the Bibliophile – Dread Nation by Justina Ireland
Dani @ Mousai Books – The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin Sophie @ Beware of the Reader – Becoming by Michelle Obama
Clarissa @ Clarissa Reads It All – The Color Purple by Alice Walker Dawlyn & Krysta @ Little Blind Book Finds – Dear Martin by Nic Stone
Ashley @ Inside My Minds – The Watsons Go To Birmingham -1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis Lindsey @ Lindeys Reads – Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann
Lizzie @ Stellar Kitten Book Reviews – The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Adrienne @ Darque Dreamer Reads – The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Please let us know if for some reason we missed your post from this month!26The votes came in, and the Popular Choice for Best Book by a Black Author is:

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
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This book has gotten so much praise since it has come out. There is even a movie now! Angie Thomas has done an amazing job with reaching #OwnVoices readers, as well as other readers, and it seems like her book is slowly bringing us together!

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Twitter Chat:

This month’s chat was amazing! We truly enjoyed talking about black authors and how important diversity is to the world.

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March Theme:

March is almost upon us and it is a very important month to celebrate:

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Women’s History Month: Favorite Book With a Strong Female Lead


We were equally excited for this month as we were for last month! Black History and Women’s history should ALWAYS be celebrated! We cannot wait to see your choices for strong female leads! Make sure to find mine and Katie’s posts to link back to that day so we can add you all to the participant list for everybody to blog hop and discuss!


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Don’t forget to join us for our new Twitter chat schedule. Instead of chatting for an hour one day of the month, we decided to spread it out over 5 days to allow more of you to be able to participate! Starting the 3rd Monday of the month (March 18th), each week day will have a new question under the hashtag #CGBChat, and you will have the whole week to join in on the fun!

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We hope this helps with those who have never been able to attend the chats before. ❤

And, don’t forget to vote for April’s theme! Voting  will close Sunday, March 10th at midnight EST.

26If you love getting monthly newsletters with updates, make sure you sign up for the Calendar Girls newsletter!


For those who are new to Calendar Girls, it is a monthly blog event that was inspired by the Neil Sedaka song, Calendar Girl. Just like the song, each month has a specific theme, voted on by the participants, where we get to talk about a particular book we love or think fits the theme the best. The blog event was created to incite fun bookish discussions and to spread the blogger love by introducing us to new bloggers and/or books that we have not come across before.

If this sounds like something you would enjoy, make sure to head to my Calendar Girls info page! Drop a comment and let me know if you are interested in joining us.


(Images found on google and pinterest.)

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