Self-confidence and sharing love along the way are great lessons from these two picture books featured in this review article. Teaching young children to "sparkle" as they grow and learning to give love to everyone by sharing hugs are lessons learned in these two charming picture books.
If you're planning on applying to some of the world's most renowned universities, in this article you will find the books admission counselors want you to read beforehand, recommended by either university professors or people who have already been accepted into a prestigious educational institution.
Read along to discover Clara's fate as she sets off to find her missing cousin Estoban. The traditional card game from Mexico holds Clara's fate. Clara is not aware that she has been targeted by the card game for an early death. Her only goal is to find her missing cousin.
Daniela has trained to be a primera since she was twelve years old. Now, as her graduation, and wedding to Medio's most eligible young bachelor, approaches, she is drawn into a harrowing game of secrets, lies, and forbidden love.
Princess Briana is an uplifting tale written by Yaba Baker. A story of a young black, intelligent princess set in the fictional land of Eseryia.
An exploration into how Quentin Tarantino's novelisation gives a detailed and much needed backstory to Cliff Booth, creating one of his most interesting characters in the process.
Sometimes a drama set in the future is nice to read. Does this story have any heart? And more importantly, is it worth your time? Read this review and find out.
Second installment of the Food Festival Mysteries
Building community relationships is a timely theme to teach children that their world needs friendship and family ties. Read along as this little boy builds his circle by starting with a pencil and choosing to make it bigger and bigger to add friends and family. Differences can be ok.
Kids sometimes can think of all kinds of reasons not to go to school, but calling new friends wild animals doesn't really work. Read along as one little boy discovers that a new school year can be great after all. Reasons for hating school turn into reasons for loving school.
Monstress is a dark fantasy horror series that has been messy, but also beautiful and imaginative. It has been a fascinating read so far, and the storytelling improved greatly by the second book. Now its time for book three. Is it going to remain great or lose its way? Read this review and find out.
Law of Attraction: A source of energy and power of subconscious mind that helps to manifest the things we want.
When a perfect son comes out, the family begins to slowly fall apart
Create self-confidence for your child with the KIng of Kindergarten and add the skill of being kind to everyone when you go to school with these two charming picture books for young readers. Going to kindergarten is a huge milestone and these two picture books will help with the coming challenges.
Does "Later" prove that Stephen King is just not trying anymore? Is the King of horror scraping bottom by shamelessly copying M. Night Shyamalan, or does this book prove that he is still on top of his game? Are his critics just sucking sour grapes, as the King laughs all the way to the bank?
An ode to my queen Kim Jisoo! Her taste in books is just as immaculate as her voice, visuals, and personality. Here are four books I read because she read them too.
When an unidentified goth kid is found drained, Greg Quaintance must enter the goth lifestyle.
Piranesi is a Beloved Child of the House. He spends his days walking the labyrinth, taking care of the Hall’s mysterious thirteen Dead, and helping his only living companion search for the Great and Secret Knowledge. What will happen to him, after two mysterious newcomers appear in the House?
Have you ever wondered who are amongst the most powerful beings in the world of Middle Earth?
Here's how you can become an avid reader even if you hate reading. Or get out of a reading slump.
Its a strange scifi mystery set in an Egyptian village where an engineer is looking for his missing sister. Does this unique premise provide something worth reading? Read this review and find out.
When a teen model disappears, newbie detective Greg Quaintance opens up more than one can of worms. (First in the series)
Shoe Dog is a memoir by Nike co-founder Phil Knight. The memoir chronicles the history of Nike from its early struggles to its evolution into one of the world's most recognized and profitable companies.
Vikram Seth an Indian writer matches the best writers in English of the 20th century. His novel 'An Equal Music' and other books stamps him as one of the great writers in the English language.
The Last Smile in Sunder City was an amazing truly original urban fantasy tale. Quite possibly one of best new fantasy series out there. But what about it's sequel? Can it live up to the same high bar of storytelling and quality? Read this review and find out.