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Salamanca by Dean Francis Alfar

A thing about Filipino fiction that I’m beginning to notice: You don’t quite know where the mythos begins and ends. On one hand Salamanca is a lot like… 592 more words

Book Review

130 The Nix

by Nathan Hill, 2016

I am not sure what I expected of The Nix, but wow, was this more than I ever thought it could be. 633 more words

Books

The Beach at Painter’s Cove by Shelley Noble- Review

Title: The Beach at Painter’s Cove
Author: 
Shelly Noble
Rating:
3/5

About The Beach at Painter’s Cove

• Paperback: 432 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (June 13, 2017) 942 more words

Book Review

127 The Wangs vs. the World

by Jade Chang, 2016

It’s the start of the economic recession and Charles Wang – a Chinese immigrant who made his fortune in the cosmetics industry – is bankrupt. 487 more words

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Hand over Hand - A Book about Believing You Can do Anything

Many cultures have notions of who can do certain jobs. There is a long-standing history of women being expected to be housewives and caretakers. We have seen, however, that many men excel in that role and there have been times when women excel in historically male dominated professions. 512 more words

Multicultural

Budgeting for A Family Trip to Europe

You may all be saying, thanks, Liz for all these great trip ideas, but it’s way too expensive for me to take my family of 5 to Europe. 481 more words

Family Travel

The Not-So-Faraway Adventure

There is a special place in my heart for books that champion the relationship between a grandparent and a grandchild. There is much to be learned by having a special bond between generations. 311 more words

Multicultural