Back again, and this time I’ve brought along a familiar character or two to help things along.
(Proper links and things will appear, but I’m off to the zoo in a bit so it’ll have to wait for tomorrow or something.) 1,980 more words
Take it as a warning. Clarice Lispector prefaces this metaphysically intense novel with a short address to her “possible readers” that states:
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This is a book like any other book.
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk, 2016
YA novel; historical fiction
I try to keep up with the latest and greatest in children’s literature by reading as many books as I can fit into my schedule, which is generally an advantageous thing for me to do, considering that I am a children’s librarian. 899 more words
The 5 Things this week that brought me joy:
My cousin Mike got married on Saturday. It was a beautiful and gorgeous wedding, and they had a photo booth at the reception! 394 more words
A Student of Living Things – Susan Richards Shreve
Even in the confusion and dread of the post-9/11 world, the tightly knit Frayn family is fairly well insulated from the snipers, bomb threats, and natural disasters that plague Washington, D.C., a few years into the future. 122 more words