Weekend Book Club

Share your book loves (and hates) in the Weekend Book Club

Weekend Bookclub

Reading is very important to me and so I am always looking for new books to read. At the same time I am keen to find new recommendations for books to read with Molly.

The reason for the Weekend Book Club is so that you can let us know what you have been reading, or what your children has been reading. Do you have a book you love? Loathe? Think was okay? Then share your reviews with us here.

So welcome to the Weekend Book Club. Join in sharing what you have been reading with us each Saturday.

If you share your links on Twitter use #weekendbookclub or tweet @trainingmummy and I will do my best to retweet your posts.


  • You can share as many links as you want, old or new.

  • Books can be for anyone from babies to pensioners.

  • Grab the badge below and post it on your posts.

  • Comment on at least two other posts.

  • A linky isn't a linky unless you visit other people's links, please do.

The linky will open each Saturday and will close on a Monday.
Weekend Book Club

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Training Mummy

Training Mummy is a 30 something mum to two beautiful children - a girl born February 2014 and a boy born in October 2015.


  1. Thanks for making me aware of your linky - we review lots of books - adult and childrens so will try to remember to link up at the weekends - nudge me on twitter if you can @minnowmep :)

  2. Thank for linking up Mary. I only started it today so happy that people want to take part. Will remind you :) Can't wait to read all your reviews, love getting inspiration from others.

  3. Ah what a lovely linky. I'm the same as you about books, I think they are so important. We adore Julia Donaldson books, such great stories.x

  4. I love this, and I love reading with the toddler terror! I need to get started reviewing some of the books we read, we have lots of toddler favourites at the moment. Its got to the point where after I put him in bed after his story he demands "ALL of them" being all the books we have in his room at that point (generally around 8) to go into the bed with him so he can read them to his "bear" before going to sleep. Too cute!

    New to all this blogging and commenting malarkey but will try sharing and hopefully get my head round it someday!

    If you want a good read, I really enjoyed "The Expected One" by Kathleen McGowan, lots of religious content and all about the story of Mary Magdalene, but very thought provoking! And good chicklit easy read is "Meet me at the Cupcake Cafe" but the author escapes me at the moment!!!

  5. Julia Donaldson if a firm favourite in this house. Molly's first book was The Gruffalo!

  6. Reading is one of the most important activities you can do with a child I think. I hope you do review books and if you do remember to link up with this linky each Saturday-Monday.
    That is adorable that your son wants to read his books to his bear. How cute.
    Will look our your book recommendations :) Thank you.