It’s cold outside, and there’s still a global pandemic going on which means we have all the excuses we could possibly want to stay in and read.
So these are the books I plan to read on the snow days I know I’ll be forced to endure over the next few months.
Snow Day Reading List
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What’s the weather like where you live? Do you anticipate a snow day or two in the coming months? What are you planning to read?