Book for Review - 2019 · Book Review · Children · Illustrated/Picture Books · Mini-Review · OnlineBookClub

Mini-Review: Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep by Michael D. Gatson

Here’s another mini-review of a book I recently reviewed for OnlineBookClub.org. This official OBC review was not published, so I do not have a link to share. Genre: Children/Illustrated Themes: PTSD, Family, Seeking Help, Health, Mental Health, Communication ~ The Good ~ PTSD was explained well for children to understand Great communication between mother and son…… Continue reading Mini-Review: Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep by Michael D. Gatson

Book of My Choosing - 2019 · Book Review · Fantasy/Paranormal/SciFi · Romance · Young Adult

❤Romance Book Review: Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor❤

  Title: Daughter of Smoke & Bone (Daughter of Smoke & Bone, #1) Author: Laini Taylor Pages: 418 Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Fantasy Story Perspective: Alternating Third-Person Themes: Love, Family, Revenge, Friendship, Peace Publication Date: June 5, 2012 Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers     Blue-haired and artistic Karou has a different type of family and runs these mysterious…… Continue reading ❤Romance Book Review: Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor❤

Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · Mini-Review · OnlineBookClub

Mini-Review: The Slippery Slope of Consequences by Nati Carrillo

Here’s another mini-review of a book I recently reviewed for OnlineBookClub.org. To read my full OnlineBookClub official review, you can go here: The Slippery Slope of ConsequencesGenre: SuspenseThemes: Consequences, Choices, Family  ~ The Good ~ There was a clear line of how one action can lead to severe consequences  ~ The Not-So Good ~ Characters were one-dimensional…… Continue reading Mini-Review: The Slippery Slope of Consequences by Nati Carrillo

Book of My Choosing - 2018 · Book Review · Free Copy in Exchange for an Honest Review · Nonfiction · Survival

Book Review: The Choice by Edith Eger

Pages: 384 Genre: Non-Fiction/Autobiography Publication Date: September 5, 2017 Story Perspective: First-Person Themes: Holocaust, Identity, Family, Forgiveness, Healing, Happiness Sixteen-year-old Edith experienced the unimaginable for many of us, the Holocaust. She had encounters with the intimating Dr. Mengele, tragically watched her family split apart, and barely survive. As Dr. Edith Eger tells her story from her sixteen-year-old self to her…… Continue reading Book Review: The Choice by Edith Eger

Book for Review - 2018 · Book Review · Fantasy/Paranormal/SciFi · Mini-Review · OnlineBookClub · Young Adult

Mini-Review: The Blue Raven by J.D. Beales

Here’s another mini-review of a book I recently reviewed for OnlineBookClub.org. To read my full OnlineBookClub official review, you can go here: The Blue Raven Genre: Fantasy/Science Fiction/Action/Young Adult Themes: Homosexuality, Revenge, Family, Death ~ The Good ~ Interesting premise ~ The Not-So Good ~ Characters were one-dimensional (no backgrounds given) Long-winded peculiar names made it difficult…… Continue reading Mini-Review: The Blue Raven by J.D. Beales

Book Bucket List · Book of My Choosing - 2018 · Book Review · Classic · Coming-of-Age · Historical Fiction · Young Adult

My Book Bucket List Review: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

This is the seventh book from My Book Bucket List that I’ve finished!  Look for next month’s poll post to vote for my next book! Pages: 376 Genre: Historical Fiction/Young Adult/Coming-of-Age/Classic Publication Date: July 11, 1960 Story Perspective: First-Person Themes: Family, Race, Persecution, Prejudice Young Jean Louise (Scout) lives in the small Southern town of Maycomb. Both her and her brother, Jem, find…… Continue reading My Book Bucket List Review: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

ARC Copy · Book of My Choosing - 2018 · Book Review · Children · Middle School · NetGalley

ARC Review: Louisiana’s Way Home by Kate DiCamillo

Pages: 240 Genre: Children/Middle Grade/Realistic Fiction Publication Date: October 2, 2018 Story Perspective: First-Person Themes: Identity, Loss, Adoption, Orphan, Family, Friendship, Growing Up This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Candlewick Press. Young Louisiana is dragged out of bed by her eccentric grandmother. Though it is common for Granny to make rash decisions, there doesn’t seem to…… Continue reading ARC Review: Louisiana’s Way Home by Kate DiCamillo