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The Inquisitors Tale Food Inspo

I have been thinking about all the ways in which the books I read inspire my day to day. For a while now, I’ve been toying with this idea as I’m reading a book thinking about what it inspires me to do. 555 more words


This is the book

You didn’t know you needed three magical children, a holy dog, an adventure with dragons, mishaps, danger, a variety of bad guys, an inquisitor, and oh, maybe the King of France – did you?  168 more words

Book Review

Book Recommendation: A Tale Dark & Grimm By Adam Gidwitz

Confession: I am a sucker for fairy tale retellings. I love stories that begin with, “Once upon a time,” and end with, “Happily ever after,” especially if the retelling puts a unique twist on the original story. 264 more words

Confessions Of A Bookworm

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? 8/22/16

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a meme started by Book Journey. The folks over at Teach Mentor Texts and Unleashing Readers have given it a children’s/YA spin. 261 more words


A Tale Dark & Grimm

A Tale Dark & Grimm

Adam Gidwitz

4 out of 5

This is the true story of the twins called Hansel and Gretel. Of course you know the story. 83 more words

Summer Reading Book Reviews

Mythadapted: A Tale Dark & Grimm by Adam Gidwitz

Today’s Myth Tea: Bigelow Earl Grey. An old but reliable standby. (Also my Star Wars mug in honor of last Saturday’s post.)

So I’ve been known to say that… 742 more words


The Inquisitor's Tale or the three magical children and their holy dog :)

Brief summery (blurb): On a dark night in 1242, travelers at an inn begin to tell stories of three children: Jeanne, a peasant girl who has visions of the future; William, a young monk with supernatural strength; and Jacob, a Jewish boy who can heal any wound. 227 more words