Books That Taught Me Something | Top Ten Tuesday

Given that we’re one day away from May, I think it’s a good time to look back and reflect on things I’ve learnt from what I’ve read so far in 2019. I don’t often think about what books have taught me, I must admit, but this year I’ve definitely picked up a few books that have made me goΒ ooh, I didn’t know that!

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Learning A Lot in Women At War

Women at War 1939-1945: The Home Front by Carol Harris


3.5/5 STARS


Genre: Historical Non-Fiction, War (Home Front)
Author: Carol Harris
Published: October 2010 {1st pub. 2000}
Publisher: The History Press
Pages: 128 {paperback}

Original review on Goodreads

So I’ve got something a little different for you today. This year I’m trying to branch out and read more historical non-fiction like this for leisure. If you don’t know, I’m a History student at university so I read a lot of snippets from these sorts of works all the time, but I’ve been wanting to sit down and read whole books by historians because, for me, I find them very interesting. But don’t worry! 98% of my reviews and reading habits with stick to the normal YA, Fantasy, Historical Fiction shenanigans that I get up to. But I do want to dip into these books every now and then. Continue reading