If you like to read about true friendship and fixer-uppers, you will enjoy reading A Year On Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball. Cici, Lindsay, and Bridget's friendship has grown stronger through years of raising kids,
I have a confession. Until two weeks ago, I had never read Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I was immediately captured by the characters and Austen’s view of society, manners, and marriage during the Regency period. Mr.
One night, a family is murdered. That is, everyone except the youngest child. By chance, or perhaps by fate, the young boy ends up in a local cemetery. The ghosts of the cemetery swear to raise the boy, whom they name Bod.
Ellie was never supposed to know that all those mystical, mythical stories, and legends could be real. She was just going to get through her final year at the boarding school on New Zealand’s South Island and head off to college somewhere.
Want a gripping, fast paced, suspense read? Overton Window by Glenn Beck, might be the book for you. It deals with the current political, behind-the-scene actions of those in power who manipulate public opinion toward their own goals.
Julia Hamill has made a horrifying discovery on the grounds of her new home in rural Massachusetts: a skull buried in the rocky soil - human, female, and scarred with the unmistakable marks of murder. In order to find out who is buried, the story moves from present to past. A great read!
Kathleen's Vacation Bookbag: Something Old, Something New
As always, at the start of any trip, my bookbag rides jauntily in the front seat--a revered traveling companion, crisp and full of good intentions. But by the end of the journey, it is shoved down by my feet, bloated, unused, and unwanted like the sibling that you’re sick of.
History is full of the stories of men, their wars, and conquests, but less often does one hear of the women who have helped to mold history. From Angels to Hellcats, tells the stories of some of Texas’ legendary women, both famous and infamous. The first woman’s life to be examined is Susanna Dickinson, who, along with her fifteen-month old daughter, survived the Alamo.
Have you ever tried to read a Japanese Manga? They’re confusing and quite different from everything you’re used to. Instead of reading left to right in a sensible, comfortable manner, you’re reading from right to left, which, for most people, is completely disorienting.