What is on your TBR this month?
The suspects are many and each as plausible as the next and the true story is more horrific and heartbreaking than it would seem possible at first glance. No character in the story is left unchanged
In the end, it doesn’t matter if Watney survives his ordeal. It doesn’t matter if he is rescued from the planet or even if his body ever makes it back to Earth. This story is not about Mark Watney
"a wonderfully layered and detailed world along with enough passion and intrigue to fill volumes, it is told beautifully from beginning to lovely surprising end."
This novel follows the lives and pregnancies of three women. Married Nathalie, who has been trying to get pregnant, her younger sister Lyndi, who didn’t plan on getting pregnant, and makeup artist Sophia who has a teen daughter and a rock star boyfriend when she finds out about her oops baby.
The House with a Clock in Its Walls
Written By John Bellairs
“He held the book up to his nose. It smelled like Old Spice talcum powder. Books that smelled that way were usually fun to read. He threw the book onto his bed and went to his suitcase. After rummaging about for a while, he came up with a long, narrow box of chocolate-covered mints. He loved to eat candy while he read, and lots of his favorite books at home had brown smudges on the corners of the pages.”
― The House with a Clock in Its Walls
I am so sad to find out that this book has been around almost as long as I have and I have never heard of it much less read it and the book series it inspired. In this book, Lewis Barnavelt comes to live with his uncle after…
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Regina Puckett is an award-winning author with books spanning many genres. Her books for kids are delightfully illustrated and often carry the themes of anti-bullying, friendship, and tolerance for differences. Below, in no particular order, are ten of her children’s books, all of which are destined to be a favorite of your Pre-K to early sight reader.
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Every day at recess, the butterflies bully and make fun of the other animals and insects. No one knows how to make them stop until a storm blows in and changes everything for the better.
The Monster Under The Bed *
Everyone is always afraid there’s a monster under the bed, but what if it isn’t the monster that’s the problem, but the little boy on top of it?
All Little Monster wants is a good night’s sleep, but that annoying little…
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