Last week it was mice, this week my list is truly for the birds. From anthropomorphic swashbucklers to wise-cracking parrots, to musically inclined swans, here are ten feathered friends for your week. 813 more words
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So is it a surprise to anyone that when I saw Star Wars Jedi Academy by Jeffrey Brown listed on the list of books to choose from that I chose it? 235 more words
Flashback Fridays: In the hollow Lotos-land to live and lie reclined/ On the hills like Gods together, careless of mankind. . .
You’re a fourteen year old boy living in the dull and stultifying life of the Moon Bubble. There’s little color, entertainment or fun to be had, so when your new friend suggests going outside the moon bubble to take a joy ride on a crawler to explore the surface of the moon and the mysterious remains of the first station, you say yes. 427 more words
For today’s bite-sized reviews, let’s take a look at three books that stay close to home. Stories about friends and neighbors in the community rather than far away places or other worlds. 832 more words