NOS4A2 by Joe Hill was my favorite this month. I've mentioned before that I LOVE Joe Hill. So far my top three books this year include two by him and one by his dad. NOS4A2 wasn't as fun as The Fireman but I still raced through this behemoth because his world-building is just so top-notch. Christmasland was written about in such amazing detail that I could picture it perfectly. Fun fact: If you Google this book when you're done reading there is a lot of great fanart that bring the story to life even more.
Ollie's Odyssey by William Joyce was a close second for me which was a surprise. Honestly I only ordered this from my library because I thought the cover was cute and that it would be a fun picture book for Bug. Color me shocked when I get handed a giant chapter book. I was going to just take it back but Goose picked it up one day and told me she liked it a lot so I read it after her. The story was beautiful, about a little boy who loses his favorite stuffed toy and searches for him. The illustrations are what put this book over the top for me. They were gorgeous.
I was pretty proud of myself for reading another nonfiction book again this month. It was around 300 pages of nothing but the history of the Post Office and while I had a lot of problems with some things I still kind of enjoyed it. History is my jam.
I am most proud of finishing off the Narnia series and finally completing Crime and Punishment which has honest to god taken me 8 months to get through. It was a chore.