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Asking for Trouble by Sarah Prineas
Be My Ghost by Carol J. Perry and C.S.E Cooney (Narrator)
Bond and Book: The Long, Long Good-Bye of "The Last Bookstore" by Mizuki Nomura
A Californian's Guide to the Birds Among Us by Charles Hood
Dark Shadows: Yes, Another Misadventure by Doreen Cronin and Stephen Gilpin (Illustrations)
Deadly Director's Cut by Vicki Delany and Jennifer Van Dyck (narrator)
Doggone Deadly by Deborah Blake and Laura Jennings (Narrator)
Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin
Fly Me to the Moon, Volume 1 by Kenjiro Hata
The Ghost and the Haunted Portrait by Cleo Coyle and Traci Odom (Narrator)
Gund by Bruce S. Raiffe and Alex Baron Raiffe
Heartstopper: Volume Two by Alice Oseman
Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!, Volume 3 by Sumito Oowara
Nacho Average Murder by Maddie Day and Laurel Merlington (Narrator)
Odd Birds: Meet Nature's Weirdest Flock by Laura Gehl and Gareth Lucas (Illustrations)
One for All by Lillie Lainoff
Right Where I Left You by Julian Winters
Spy x Family, Volume 3 by Tatsuya Endo
Stuntboy, in the Meantime by Jason Reynolds and Raúl the Third
Supergirl: The Girl of Steel by Jeph Loeb et al
A Tale of Two Cookies by Eve Calder and Christa Lewis (Narrator)
This Might Get Awkward by Kara McDowell
The Unkindness of Ravens by J. Torres and Faith Erin Hicks (Illustrations)
Witchlings by Claribel A. Ortega

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June 2022 Summary: 07/01/22

Reading report

June brought the end of the school year. As July starts, I have two friends and their families down with COVID. These are people who had managed to avoid it until now. We continue to mask up everywhere.

Before I go into the summary itself, I need to mention that I realized some errors in my data. I'd missed recording fifteen books I'd read since January. I spent an hour last night tracking down those books doing reconciliation on my data. At this time, I don't have plans to rewrite my summary and source posts for January through May. However, if you're observant, you'll see the new data in this month's graphs.

I read fewer books in June, 28, down from 31 in the previous month. Of my read books, seventeen were diverse. I reviewed 24 books, down from 26 in May. On the reviews front, fifteen qualified. Four read and three reviewed books were queer.

I have forty-two left of the 159 books I've read this year.

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