April is World Autism Month (April 2nd is Autism Awareness – er, excuse me, Appreciation – Day (don’t listen to Autism Speaks), and I had recalled reading a book in the Baby-Sitters Club series, when Kristy baby-sat a young girl living with Autism.
I actually started this book last week around Halloween, but the week got away from me.
I’m delving into the mysteries those enterprising baby-sitters get themselves entangled in. This one has a Halloween twist!
After the heavy subject material of my previously read book (Christina Crawford’s biographical story about growing up the daughter of Joan Crawford, Mommie Dearest), I figured something lighter (read: no bios or autobiographies) was in order. I did have one book on my “unread” list on Kindle. Of course, it wound up being from my occasional retread of The Baby-Sitters Club.
But hey, no wire hangers and such. That’s a relief!
My latest Goodreads review is one in a continuing re-read of an old favorite series.
My third of three Baby-Sitters Club Christmas-themed novels in my mini reading challenge (and 15th of 20 novels in my 2017 reading challenge) is finished!
Continuing with the Christmas theme of my writings, my latest Goodreads review, and fourteenth book read for the year, The Baby-Sitters Club #92: Mallory’s Christmas Wish.