A Treason of Thorns: Review

A Treason of Thornsby Laura E. Weymouth This novel is another one of my belated Edelweiss ARC's. I was so excited to see it in person, and physically see the incredible cover art. After reading the novel, I studied the art again and discovered that there had been so many hidden secrets just waiting to... Continue Reading →

The Flight Girls: Review

The Flight Girlsby Noelle Salazar This is, yet again, a much overdue Netgalley ARC. I have a soft spot for Historical Fiction, but an especially soft spot for WWII Historical Fiction. This novel was everything I didn't realize I was missing from that genre. Instead of being directly on the front lines, and in the... Continue Reading →

Ninth House: Book Review

Ninth HouseBy Leigh Bardugo Leigh Bardugo is an autobuy author for me these days. If I don’t have the funds to buy her newest release, you can bet your bottom dollar that my name is the first on the holds list for one of her newest books at my library. So when I saw the... Continue Reading →

Serafina’s Promise: Book Review

Serafina's Promise By Ann E. Burg Serafina’s Promise was beautifully told, and haunted me well after reading. I gave this book to a coworker on a whim when she asked for a book recommendation. I hadn’t read this book myself, but I knew there was some literary buzz surrounding it. She came in to work... Continue Reading →

February Hopefuls

Happy February friends! We made it through what is arguably, the longest month of the year! I don't like committing to a TBR, because I feel like it puts me in a box, and if I don't read those books I've failed somehow. So instead, I saw someone on instagram post about their next month's... Continue Reading →

January 2020 Reading Wrap Up

The Wedding Party was a really great romance novel. I loved the chemistry and the growth between our two characters. I loved all the really important discussions this novel had on various topics, including POC in the workplace, and single mothers. Highly recommend. See my full review here. Tidelands was a historical fiction novel that... Continue Reading →

Crown: Picture Book Review

Crown: An Ode to the Fresh CutWritten by Derrick BarnesIllustrated by Gordon C. James I spotted this book during our Scholastic Book Fair this year, and knew I had to get it into our library, permanently. Crown is a wonderful novel, representing an own voices narrative. The combination of the writing and the illustrations transports you... Continue Reading →

The Great Cheese Robbery: Book Review

The Great Cheese Robberyby Chris Mould 2019-2020 SSYRA Jr. Book This was a really fun elementary grade chapter book. It’s listed for our junior readers, grades Kindergarten through Second grade, but it is definitely a higher difficulty for these students. This book would work great as a read-aloud, or for kiddos who are reading way... Continue Reading →

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