Summer and Bird by Katherine Catmull | Book Review

Summer And Bird by Katherine Catmull was basically my number one book to obtain at BEA 2012, five whole years ago. I really wanted the book to read at the time because the cover is absolutely perfect. Plus, I was going through a phase where I read a lot of middle grade books. Also, I just […]

The Wind In The Willows by Kenneth Grahame | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Wind In The Willows by Kenneth Grahame? The Wind In The Willows by Kenneth Grahame was actually a re-read via audiobook for me. I was feeling a bit optimistic about this book as I really love listening to classics on audio – especially ones that I’ve already read. I […]

Blue Mountain by Martine Leavitt | Book Review

If I enjoy a book by an author, there is a chance that I will be ten times more likely to pick up another book by the author, regardless of what it is about. I really loved My Book Of Life By Angel by Martine Leavitt, and I am pretty sure she’s also won awards, therefore, […]

Beyond The Laughing Sky by Michelle Cuevas | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I love a beautiful book cover and I think that the book cover to Michelle Cuevas’s Beyond The Laughing Sky is gorgeous. This really lead to me picking out this audiobook to be my next listen. Also you know how there’s narrator loyalty? Well, Joshua Swanson narrates Beyond The Laughing […]

The Princess And The Pony by Kate Beaton | Book Review

Why Did I Read This Book? So, I got Kate Beaton’s The Princess And The Pony in the mail unexpectedly. It just arrived with no fanfare or explanation or request or anything. I am not typically a picture book reader, however, pretty much everyone in my life is on the having babies track at the moment […]

The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin | Book Review

I love that every now and then I unexpectedly stumble upon a quiet middle grade gem. The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin is a book that I wanted to read for the grief aspect. I actually bizarrely enough enjoy reading books where there is a grief element, maybe because I am lucky enough to […]