An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge

2018 Reading Challenge

Whatever booklikes says, I read 200+ books this year. There are several that I cannot find on booklikes to review and I'm too lazy to add them all, so I'll list them here:


The World Shines for You by Jeffrey Burton and Don Clark: colorful, shiny illustrations.


Narwhal A Day in the Life: Polar Animals by Katie Marisco and

Narwhal Animals Illustrated by Solomon Awa and Hwei Lim: informative jnf books about Narwhals, turns out no one knows that much about them.


Peanut Butter and Jelly by Ben Clanton: Narwhal and Jelly book 3, more of the same from that series.


Stanley's School by William Bee: more Stanley. Cute as always.


Woman World by Aminder Dhaliwal: A great imagining of what the world would look like if men went extinct. Very diverse. Very funny. Check it out if you haven't already.


Yotsubato! Vol 14 by Kiyohiko Azuma: A little disappointing after such a long wait. Not bad, just not my favorite Yotsuba. Hopefully Vol 15 is published a little faster.