I started off the month thinking that I wouldn’t have a great reading month– I had been laid off, started a new job, and was going through a few other life transitions. But somehow I managed to finish 9 books and participate in DiverseAThon! Here goes a very belated February wrap-up… Book #1: Beloved by Toni … READ MORE
In A List of Cages by Robin Roe, readers meet Adam and Julian. Adam loves his senior year elective as the school psychologist’s aide, and is even more thrilled when he realizes that a student he’s tasked to find turns out to be his former foster brother, Julian. Julian, however, isn’t as thrilled. He is secretive … READ MORE
Wildflower is comprised of several personal essays from Drew Barrymore, artfully recounting moments in her life– those as big as traveling the world to promote E.T. as a child and those as seemingly small as adopting her dogs. Barrymore has an enthralling voice to her storytelling, captivating readers with her exclamation points (which I dislike … READ MORE
I wish that this book was already released so I could buy a bunch of copies and send them out to my friends with young daughters. Actually, I wish that this book was already released so I could buy a bunch of copies and send them to everyone I know. Because this is what being a girl is all about– being authentically and unapologetically yourself, as many of us were as young children.