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 →

Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom by Catherine Clinton

Catherine Clinton deserves 5 out of 5 birds for her biography Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom. At the beginning of the year I watched the movie about Harriet and fell in love with her. I wanted to know more about her and so I picked this book. I enjoyed it and thought it was... Continue Reading →

Restart by Gordon Korman

Okay GorDON Korman, you get a full chicken dinner of five out of five birds for Restart. Was it cheesy? Maybe a little bit but I absolutely loved the message and the feeling I was left with. The book is written in many students perspectives and really allows you to see the WHOLE picture. You... Continue Reading →

The Witches by Roald Dahl

I'll give Roald Dahl 5 out of 5 birds for The Witches. First of all, I read this to my four and 3 year old. I tried with all of my might to persuade HLB(4) from choosing this one- because it seemed a little scary for her age. However, she BEGGED me. She continuously told... Continue Reading →

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