Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

I give Celeste Ng 4 out of 5 birds for Everything I Never Told You. This was a very unique read. It was terribly sad and depressing but beautifully written. I wanted to finish, but it was by no means a happy book. So perhaps wait until after Covid-19. The pain and sorrow in this... Continue Reading →

The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery

I give L.M. Montgomery's The Blue Castle 5 out of 5 birds. I'm a huge L.M. fan and this book didn't let me down. Was it a little bit corny, yes. But I fell in love with the characters, I almost want to have one more child and name her Valancy. I thought it had... Continue Reading →

The Woman in Cabin 10

I'll give The Woman in Cabin 10 4 out of 5 birds. I think while reading it I was thinking a solid 3 birds but I'm remembering it fondly now... It was a classic page turner full of twists and turns. I had to fight some of it because it seemed SO FAR FETCHED. But... Continue Reading →

Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage

I give this book 5 out of 5 birds and all I can say is "Oh my holy crap!" Seriously, this book is demented and I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. It was fascinating and so messed up. So unless you are part of the unique population who enjoys the... Continue Reading →

The Magic Finger

The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl I’ll give this book is 3 out of 5 birds. It was short, which is great for reading to a four year old. I felt like it was a preachy book, especially for a children’s genre. With that aside, my daughter enjoyed the concept of the humans becoming birds,... Continue Reading →

Frank and Bean

Frank and Bean by Jamie Michalak My rating: 4 of 5 stars Frank and Beanby Jamie Michalak (Goodreads Author), Bob Kolar (Illustrations)I give Frank and Bean four out of five birds. My first impressions of both Frank and Bean were “they’re annoying…” But as I kept turning the pages they won me over and had... Continue Reading →

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