My teaser for this week features Eighth Grade Bites by Heather Brewer: Maybe it was the hunger that made it easy. Without a glance at Tom’s fist, he whispered, “You’d better hurry, ballerina boy. You wouldn’t want to be late.” 😀 what’s your teaser?
I know I’m rather late in discovering Jean Plaidy. I heard about her since I was a kid, and my mom used to read her books (and even reread them whenever she could). It wasn’t until just now that I decided to give the famous Jean Plaidy a try. I now understand what’s so good […]
My teaser this week features Uneasy Lies the Head by Jean Plaidy: “We were so happy when we were children, dear mother. You and our father were like a god and goddess to us. We though you perfect.” “Neither of us was that, dear child, but whatever else we were, we were loving parents.” What’s […]
Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about tbr books. Where do you keep the books on the top of the tbr pile? Not the bunk of the mountain, but just the tip of the peak – the ‘almost up to’ books? – Oh! good question! see, I used to have them on a pile on a […]
Kanada by Eva Wiseman is the story of a young girl named Jutka, who dreams of going to Canada, where her cousin lives. She currently lives in Hungary during World War II, where, being a Jewish girl, she undergoes a lot of hatred, her friends (and potential romantic interest) turn against her, and school used […]
I didn’t even know about Fablehaven until I saw it in a book set (containing the first three books) I almost got it, but had to put it aside as there was no price tag (and I hate looking for the price, it’s time consuming and most of the time it’s a price that’s just […]
Thanks to Danielle from Sourcebooks for providing me a review copy of The Scarlet Lion. It was much appreciated! From what I know, it’s the sequel to The Greatest Knight which I have not read. However, The Scarlet Lion can be read on its own without having to rely on background information from the previous […]