The Lady of Shalott Written by Alfred, Lord Tennyson Illustrated by Geneviève Côté Amazing pix. Give it to your kid.
Watership Down by Richard Adams Old, old story. Still good. Alt cover, for people who are much to grown-up to read books about animals.
Don’t judge a book by its cover – but this picture is a faire representation of the book. Note the colored toenails. disclaimer: I don’t usually enjoy books where ‘she lost boyfriend, found new boyfriend, her life is fulfilled’, but I do very much love the Renaissance Faire – so I picked up the book. … More My Faire Lady by Laura Wettersten
Someone got hurt… died? … at the Parent Party, but it’s really no one’s fault. Or everyone’s fault. We have conflicting views on this. I love the little interview bits at the beginning of each chapter, such a lovely way to sneak in information. Family secrets, remarriages, children dealing with parents, parents dealing with children, … More Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
Last week’s books, no time to review: Dark Lord of Derkholm by Diana Wynne Jones 5 star. Favorite Author. So sad that Author Failure means no more books. House of Many Ways by Diana Wynne Jones 5 star. The Game by Diana Wynne Jones Mythology instead of strait Fantasy. 5 … More So Many Books, So Little Time
Recommended by the “Someone Else Is Reading It” Club. Couldn’t even finish it.
If you enjoyed “What Alice Forgot” you might enjoy this book, too. Or you might not.