Bookish Best of 2016 – Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury

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There were many wonderful bookish best moments of 2016 around the Savings in Seconds homestead. Here are a few of the highlights!

I started liking Amish fiction. It’s an acquired taste, apparently, because it took me a while to really enjoy the genre as a whole. I’ve found several authors that provide meatier plots than books in the past. The romance factor needs to simmer on the back burner, in my opinion, and make way for a mystery, adventure, or something more interesting! Love Bears All Things by Beth Wiseman was a good one; I also liked the Charm series. If you’ve avoided Amish fiction in the past, this would be a good time to give it another try!

I subscribed to Book of the Month and LOVE it. Each month so far, there has been at least one (usually two) books I simply must have in my book box. By the way, in addition to one of the January selections, BOTM members will receive a free gift in their shipments this month – The Grownup by Gillian Flynn.) Interested in trying BOTM? You can get a 1 month membership for just $5, or 3 months (plus tote bag) for $9.99 per month.


The biggest bookish happiness in 2016 was that my son became a strong reader! He’s in 2nd grade. Sometime around October, his reading skills just took off. In just a matter of weeks, he finished reading 2 of the Diary of the Wimpy Kid books and is now on the Warriors series. It thrills my soul to see him enjoy a book! We still enjoy reading bedtime stories together sometimes, and this Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury is a gem. He can easily read the stories, and the pictures are adorable. I like that the stories are still “little” enough for us to read together, but he’s able to read them on his own.

One lucky reader will win a copy of the 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury. The giveaway is open to US readers ages 18+. Void where prohibited by law. Good luck!  Giveaway ended.

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  1. My favorite book this year was definitely Caught by Harlan Coben. I like the thrillers I guess. My niece and nephew meanwhile enjoyed a few different books this year and I think they’d enjoy this one! – Daph

  2. Kayla Klontz says:

    My highlight was reading the series that Nancy J. cohen writes! Bad hair day series, good murder mystery series

  3. My highlight was reading a quarter of the Bible!

  4. I want to win this as a gift for my cousin!

  5. Unfortunately I didn’t have one 🙁

  6. I liked Going Postal
    “Words are important. And when there is a critical mass of them, they change the nature of the universe.”

  7. Julie Waldron says:

    My bookish highlight was winning books in blog giveaways.

  8. Julie Waldron says:

    I want to win it for my daughters.

  9. Getting my favorite book for Christmas, the one I had was falling apart.

  10. My bookish highlight is making a photo book for my grandparents.

  11. Would love to read this to my cousins she is only 18 months she would love it!

    Mary

  12. Jana Leah says:

    My Maker’s Keeper by Tiffany Current was my favorite book from 2016.

  13. I want to win this because I babysit two young boys who absolutely love when I read to them. I babysit them quite frequently at night, and think this would be the perfect book.

  14. Jana Leah says:

    This seems like a sweet book that would be perfect for my nephew.

  15. Jeanna Massman says:

    My bookish highlight would be reading Elephant and Piggie books to my grandson.

  16. Jeanna Massman says:

    I would love to win this book for my grandson.

  17. My great grandchildren would love the stories. I love reading to them because they listen so intently.

  18. My favorite read this year was A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas!!!

  19. Lula Ruger says:

    My bookish highlight was
    Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy

  20. Lula Ruger says:

    I would love to win so that i can read this with my grandson

  21. Kayla Klontz says:

    I really want to win this books to read to my children. They love stories and this book looks like it would be a perfect addition.

  22. My Bookish Highlight was reading books to my 3 year old grandson. He loves to be read to. It’s also a great way to snuggle up with him! <3

  23. I would love to win this for my grandson

  24. I would like to win this for my daughter. She would love it!

  25. My bookish highlight was reading 45 books for the year and meeting my Goodreads goal.

  26. I would love to win the Bedtime treasury book so I can read it with my niece

  27. Teresa A Thompson says:

    I read about 150 books last year. Fantastic Beasts is a recent favorite.

  28. My bookish highlight doesn’t center around a particular book but by getting kids to read. I volunteer at a local library for their summer reading program and I LOVE interacting with them and recommending books for them and pulling books for displays.

  29. golden storm says:

    my highlight has been buying and reading many books with my young grandson this year and also reading alot of books myself,,alot of thrillers this year for me

  30. My bookish highlight was my son learning to read! I love snuggling in bed with him helpnig to sound out words. I think he would love the 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury!

  31. For my cousin

    Not copying off early commenter btw 🙂

  32. Leah Shumack says:

    My highlight was getting back into reading again! I miss it and was able to finish 7 books last year!

  33. Meredith Miller says:

    I caught up on a lot of books I had been putting off reading.

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