Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Single-Word Titles

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share ten books with single-word titles. This list was actually harder to make than I expected, so I decided to include names as words as well. Let's get right to it! What do you think of the books …

Top Ten Tuesday: Childhood Favorites… But Older!

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) asks us to share ten of our childhood favorites. Instead, I'm going to put a bit of a twist on it and share ten books I read as an adult that are usually people's childhood favorites. Surprisingly, there are a lot …

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Want Kiddos to Read

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday theme is simultaneously a throwback and a look at the future. Today I'll be sharing ten books I hope kiddos continue to read decades from now. Reading played a huge role in shaping me as a child into the person I am now and I am so grateful to …

FLIPPED by Wendelin Van Draanen | Review

People change. We’re all constantly changing whether we’re conscious of it or not, yet sometimes this fact is ignored in books. In fiction, it’s common for love interests to last forever and for desires to seem set in stone once they appear; however, nothing is permanent in Flipped. In this middle grade novel, Wendelin Van …

Summer Book Tag

Summer is pretty much over, but that won't stop me from wrapping up the season with the Summer Book Tag. Thanks so much to Mischenko @ Read, Rant, Rock & Roll for tagging me!! What book cover makes you think of summer? One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez. I read this novel last summer …

AUGUST 2017 | Wrap-Up

August has always been one of my favorite months of the year. I love the feeling of transition that it brings, mostly because for the majority of my life it has meant starting an exciting new year of school. This year my academics are starting a little later (I'm coming, Oxford!) but August nevertheless brought …