I thought this book was going to leave me in tears but I ended up being like ‘Yup Faina did the right thing.’ but for spoiler reasons I cannot possibly say what that is. 499 more words
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There was no need for much debate on the quality of Eowyn Ivey’s Alaska-based novel; it soon became clear we all loved this haunting story. An older couple, unable to have children of their own and still running from the tragedy of losing a baby years before, build a snow child one winter’s night. 445 more words
First published in March 2012.
The Snow Child begins in November 1920 beside Alaska’s Wolverine River. The novel, which is based upon a Russian fairytale, opens with the character of Mabel who has moved to the ‘wilderness silence’ of Alaska with her husband Jack. 526 more words
(Book Talk starts at 45:54)
Visited Loopy Yarns in Chicago – they carry ALL the colors of Cascade 220!
Awesome exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago… 247 more words
cups of tea at the ready!
I’m not really one to re-read books, I rarely find a book that I am wholly satisfied with, and although the next three books were not perfect for me, I’m going to give you a quick digest and why I’m going to read them again. 478 more words