Book Reviews

Homer Price by Robert McCloskey

Dear Robert- You should probably send donuts with this book…. I will give you 4 out of 5 birds for Homer Price. This is an OLD book that was recommended to me because my children love donuts. The girls and I read this together. My five year old kept up but my three year old... Continue Reading →

Five Little Pigs (Hercule Poirot, #25) by Agatha Christie

Agatha has all the tricks up her sleeve! I'll give Five Little Pigs 4 out of 5 birds. I was intrigued by this novel because it was opening up a SUPER old case... Which is something I'm implementing into my own novel. I wanted to see how Agatha threaded the information in and thought she... Continue Reading →

White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo

Robin DiAngelo deserves a full five out of five birds for White Fragility. This book was absolutely eye opening to me. We are starting a new era, white people are recognizing that racism isn't one act but is systematic. I've always taught my children black people and white people are EQUAL and there is no... Continue Reading →

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman deserves four out of five ghost birds for his novel The Graveyard Book. It was such a UNQIUE storyline and fresh. I thought it was a good starter for horror- since it starts out with murder. Other than that I didn't feel like it was graphic. It was interesting to read it from... Continue Reading →

Matilda by Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl deserves 5 out of 5 birds for his novel Matilda. It's a true classic. I just finished a life long dream of reading this to my children. My girls loved this one and there were so many parts that were memorable. They are completely terrified of Miss Trunchbull and the chokey, but is... Continue Reading →

In Cold Blood by Truman Capote

Dear Truman Capote you deserve 4 out of 5 birds for In Cold Blood. This book covered such a bizarre crime. A crime that really had no motive, just pure idiocy... In my opinion. I thought some of the facts were dragged out and that in the end something was still missing. How do you... Continue Reading →

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