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The Body Institute, by Carol Riggs

Book Review by Kirsti Call

The Body Institute, a young adult novel by Carol Riggs, is a compelling read with an intriguing premise.  It grapples with body image and scientific technology gone awry.  216 more words

Books & Book Reviews

I Have Seen Beyond Infinity

As you may have noticed, if you follow my blog, I read a wide variety of genres . . . but there’s a special place in my heart for horror. 176 more words

Books & Book Reviews

Thoughtless Book Reviews #3

This is my third in a series of book reviews I’ve written into a Moleskine notebook and feel I should share with you because of their concise honesty, scrawled as I was falling asleep or years later after having realized I never wrote a review. 503 more words

Book Club

The Ones that Leave Impressions

By Carrie Charley Brown

Sometimes a book leaves an impression so deep that I internalize the emotions. It prompts me to find a new audience of eager children to read it to. 288 more words

Picture Books

Falling kingdom 

Here is my review for Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes.

On the front of this book it saids for fans of game of thrones. Don’t shoot but I haven’t seen it yet but the book sounded so good. 141 more words



Confused by what Mama, wist je dat? means? Well, it’s the title of my new picture book, YA KNOW WHAT?, but in Dutch. Let me explain. 599 more words

Picture Books

How To Be A Victorian

As someone always wanting to know more about the Victorian era – particularly the details of everyday life rather than the huge events that shaped history – How To Be A Victorian by Ruth Goodman (of BBC’s Victorian Farm, Victorian Pharmacy) was pretty much a perfect read. 326 more words