Monthly Archives: January 2017

Children of China by Alethea Gold

I found this visually stunning book the last time we made a library trip.  Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find any for sale.  If you really want to admire it, you may have to find a library that carries it … Continue reading

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5 Literary Gift Ideas – #2

Here’s my second installment of hand-picked literary gift ideas!  The last item, the arm warmers, are something that I use when reading in the winter months. For a person with poor circulation, these are a godsend when reading! This post … Continue reading

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Wild Eats and Adorable Treats: 40 Animal-Inspired Meals and Snacks for Kids by Jill Mills

This post contains an affiliate link. I love the cover of this cookbook!  Doesn’t it look so fun?  Wild Eats and Adorable Treats is a rare child-friendly cookbook which features HEALTHY recipes. Premise: Instructions to make 40 animal-themed recipes.  Categories … Continue reading

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Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Ryrie Brink

This post contains an affiliate link. I read Caddie Woodlawn years ago, as a child.  I love frontier adventures which feature female heroines.  The fact that this story takes place in the area I grew up in makes it that … Continue reading

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Tea Giveaway Cross-Promotion – CLOSED

I’m cross-promoting a giveaway that I’m hosting on my tea review website.  This is one of my favorite teas and I want to share a box with one lucky winner! Enter the giveaway through the link below. You have to … Continue reading

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A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway

This post contains an affiliate link. I want to challenge myself to read more biographies and autobiographies, so A Moveable Feast is a step in the right direction.  It’s a memoir by Ernest Hemingway.  I haven’t read much else by … Continue reading

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Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales: The Underground Abductor by Nathan Hale

This post contains an affiliate link. I requested The Underground Abductor from the library as part of my quest to find interesting graphic novels for children.  I could not put this one down!  I didn’t know much about Harriet Tubman, … Continue reading

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