Fall Books: Circe, The Fifth Season, Black Cake, Dear Edward, and a Boy Called Christmas
Summer Books: The Vanishing Half; The Opposite of Spoiled; Next Year, For Sure; The Gown; Too Slutty, Too Fat, Too Loud; The Power; The Princess Diarist; The Madness of Crowds; The Sparsholt Affair; The Last Samurai; The Guest List; Siracusa; We are Never Meeting in Real Life.
June Books: Girl Decoded, Treasure Island, Traction, The Push, Wow, No Thank You.
April/May Books: How to Raise a Wild Child, Jonny Appleseed, Unsinkable, and Lincoln in the Bardo
March Books: Harlem Shuffle, BE 2.0, Delivery to the Lost City, The Hole in the Middle, and F*ck Feelings
My main objection is not so much about the masks themselves, but rather about the mindset that goes along with them. It's a mindset that takes sandboxes and water tables and toys out of kindergarten classes; privileges teaching kids to stay six feet apart over teaching them to share; and inflicts on them the barbarity of "silent lunch" (yes, wonderful, let's have kids sit in a classroom all day and then not allow them to talk over lunch because their masks are off and talking would be too "high-risk").
February books: Mediocre and Self-Determination Theory
January books: Klara and the Sun, The Unseen, and Moon of the Crusted Snow.
December's non-fiction: Eating Animals, and Out of Office
November was an all fiction month. Days Without End by Sebastian Barry, the Midnight Library by Matthew Haig, and Triptych by Karin Slaughter