Monthly Archives: December 2015

Survival

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah tells a sad story about two fictional sisters living in France prior to and during the Nazi occupation in World War II. The sisters are several years apart in age and different in nature. Left … Continue reading

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Coloring Therapy

Lost Ocean by Johanna Basford is an amazing adult coloring book! I have been reading about this new trend in art therapy for those of us who could use a respite from the stress of daily life and was fortunate … Continue reading

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Unforgettable

The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende was a huge disappointment to me. I have read other books by Allende and did not find this book to be anywhere near the exceptional quality I have come to expect from this author. … Continue reading

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Just Breathe

Otto and Etta and Russell and James by Emma Hooper is an intriguing story about life and love. I picked this one off the library shelf, read the cover, and thought it sounded interesting. It was! The story centers on … Continue reading

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Gift Giving

Here are some holiday gift suggestions for your favorite reader with best wishes for peace and happiness to you all!   The Journey of the Penguin by Emiliano Ponzi is a fabulously fun picture book which depicts the story of … Continue reading

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