BLURB: “Alyssa Gardner hears the thoughts of plants and animals. She hides her delusions for now, but she knows her fate: she will end up like her mother, in an institution. 538 more words
What better way to start the spring season than with one of the trippiest stories ever written? I’m ashamed to say that until now I had never read “Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass” by Lewis Carroll. 257 more words
Mrs. White Rabbit, by Gilles Bachelet; Eerdmans, $17.00, 32 pages, ages 6-10.
Mrs White Rabbit has her paws full: caring for a household overrun with a warren of rambunctious bunnies, tending to the needs of her time-strapped husband, the White Rabbit, and entertaining the oddball visits of a size-shifting girl named Alice has left the family matriarch feeling sullen, stressed, and neglected. 175 more words
This week I was supposed to read and review Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath. However due to a couple of things the book only arrived today so knowing I wouldn’t have the chance to read the just under 500 page book for today I read or rather re-read Lewis Carroll’s… 481 more words