Lately, I have been thinking a lot about picture books. Maybe it is because I am doing preschool and baby storytimes this summer or maybe […]
Let me backtrack to Dean Koontz’s first Odd novel, Odd Thomas, in which the charming, quirky Odd is introduced. He is a twenty year old […]
I first came across Diary of a Wimpy Kid in a Philip Morris column a long time ago. I thought any book that the sagacious […]
James Howard Kunstler’s recent World Made By Hand is only one of a number of dystopian novels to be published in the last few years–and […]
Hildy lives in a small town full of apple orchards. She is a star reporter for her school’s newspaper. As a pesky ghost threatens to […]
If you didn’t love books you probably wouldn’t be checking out our Readers’ Advisory blog site. So, I imagine you’ve heard how books can inspire you, change your life or entertain you, etc, etc. But, have you ever heard that books can upgrade you to first class?
Here’s the scenario and how it worked for me. Try it at your own risk.
If you like quality mysteries, try award-winning The Tenderness of Wolves by Stef Penney. This mystery is also an outstanding historical novel, set in the […]