YA book review · Young Adult

Hide with Me by Sorboni Banerjee

Recently released in November 2018 by Razorbill, Hide With Me, a debut novel by Sorboni Banerjee, is a captivating YA thrill ride which I could hardly put down once I had started. Clearly I'm not a young adult, and I would recommend this for both teens and adults. This book has a bit of everything it… Continue reading Hide with Me by Sorboni Banerjee

Adult Fiction book review

One Day in December by Josie Silver

I was in the mood for a Christmas-y romance and this one totally hit the spot! Debut novel, One Day in December, by British author, Josie Silver, is the December book choice of celebrity & avid book lover, Reese Witherspoon's, Book Club called Hello Sunshine. I love a good forbidden romance, especially one as quirky as… Continue reading One Day in December by Josie Silver

Cookbook Review

Comfort Food by Julia Bettlehelm

Librarian Laura's Review Who doesn't love Comfort Food? Personally, I'm always in the mood for comfort food, whether summer or winter...bring it on! In her February 2018 published 122 page cookbook, Chef and author Julia Bettelheim includes recipes which at first glance appear to range in preparation and skill from simple to technical. However, most… Continue reading Comfort Food by Julia Bettlehelm

Children's Book Review · Children's Picture Book · Children's Poetry

The Dog Ate My Homework by Aaron James

Recently released for purchase is The Dog Ate My Homework (And Other Poems for Children)  by Aaron James and published by Clink Street Publishing. The paperback children's book contains five school-themed poems which have rhyming texts. Each poem tells a humorous tale involving traditional school routines/activities. The illustrations are fitting to the stories being told… Continue reading The Dog Ate My Homework by Aaron James