“You Have A Match” Book Review

Book: “You Have A Match” by Emma Lord Genre: Young Adult Fiction Format: Audiobook Rating: 4+/5 Stars Blogger’s Note: Thank you to Macmillan Audio for the gifted copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. “You Have A Match” is a novel from Emma Lord that tells the story of Abby, a teenager … Continue reading “You Have A Match” Book Review

Book Mail: Vol. 6 Grand Central Books

Books: "Thick As Thieves" by Sandra Brown (Crime, Thriller) "Lost Souls At The Neptune Inn" by Betsy Carter (Historical Fiction) Blogger's Note: Thank you to Grand Central Publishing for the free copies of these books in exchange for an honest review! With school ramping back up and fall just around the corner, stress has been … Continue reading Book Mail: Vol. 6 Grand Central Books

“Park Avenue Summer” Book Review

Book: "Park Avenue Summer" by Renee Rosen Genre: Historical Fiction/ Women's Literature Five Word Description: New York, Publishing, Feminism, Photography, Self-Discovery Rating: 4-/5 Stars This historical fiction work by Renee Rosen is a coming of age tale that follows main character Alice as she enters New York City in search of a career in photography. … Continue reading “Park Avenue Summer” Book Review

Currently Reading: “Park Avenue Summer”

Book: "Park Avenue Summer" by Renee RosenGenre: Historical FictionPublication Date: April 30th 2019Synopsis: (Amazon) "It’s 1965 and Cosmopolitan magazine’s brazen new editor in chief—Helen Gurley Brown—shocks America and saves a dying publication by daring to talk to women about all things off-limits...New York City is filled with opportunities for single girls like Alice Weiss, who leaves her … Continue reading Currently Reading: “Park Avenue Summer”

“A Court of Thorns and Roses” Book Review

Book: "A Court of Thorns and Roses" by Sarah J. Maas Genre: Y/A Fantasy Rating: 5/5 Stars "A Court of Thorns and Roses" is the proof that Sarah J. Maas knows how to expertly weave a fantasy novel. The book tells the story of Feyre, a teen forced to keep her family alive by hunting … Continue reading “A Court of Thorns and Roses” Book Review

Back to the Library

Walking into the public library yesterday felt amazing! After a long two months with the COVID-19 closure, our local library has finally reopened! Over the past few weeks, our family has been using a lot of the library's online resources to stay connected to literature. We have electronically checked out books, audio materials and accessed online … Continue reading Back to the Library

Bookroo May Box: Mini Bookworms

Our family of four just received our first Bookroo box! This is a subscription box service for children that delivers two picture books that usually range from 32-40 pages. The books include bonus content like author's notes and additional details that make the box extra special! Our little ones (we have two five year olds) … Continue reading Bookroo May Box: Mini Bookworms