A review of our September Literati Box, a children’s picture book subscription box.
A quick review of The Second Chance Supper Club by Nicole Meier, with a recipe for Creamy Cabbage soup inspired by the book.
I’m a mood reader, and something about fall always has me craving all the spooky reads. My 2019 fall reading list is full of all kinds of spooks. Enjoy!
As a bookworm and storyteller myself, raising readers is something that has always been important to me. I believe that stories and books hold power. Reading from a young age taught me lessons I needed to learn and gave me an understanding of things that I have never personally experienced.
So I know that we’re not even halfway into summer, but I’m already thinking about fall. Sweaters, Halloween, Thanksgiving, crunchy leaves, and rust-colored everything are basically my favorite things. Plus, there is a slew of amazing books coming out that are just calling for those rainy October days we get here in the Pacific Northwest. …
So I went to the library the other day and only picked up one book, which is rare for me because I usually leave with more books than I could ever possibly read in the two weeks they allow you to keep them, but that’s what I did. I am also getting that book returned …
Since the summer months can get pretty busy, I wanted to create a summer reading list so I could keep myself on track with all of the books I want to read. Here are my 9 must-read books on my summer reading list.
I received a free advanced readers copy of this book from the publisher through TLC Book Tours in exchange for my honest review. About Being the Grownup • Paperback: 322 pages Children need adults to survive. This, despite the profound change our digital era has wrought on family life, remains the essence of parenthood. Being the Grownup The …
I dove into quite a few YA books recently, including ACOTAR, Six of Crows, and Three Dark Crowns. Here are my thoughts.
“In this unforgettable novel, perfect for fans of An Unexpected Grace and A Dog’s Way Home, a single mom and her chronically ill child receive a valuable lesson from an unlikely source—a very special dog who unexpectedly enters their lives and shows them that one person’s lost cause can be another’s greatest gift . . .