The 13th Gift: A True Story of a Christmas Miracle by Joanne Huist Smith | Book Review

The 13th Gift: A True Story Of A Christmas Miracle by Joanne Huist Smith seemed appealing to me because I am a bit of a huge sap. I like books about miracles and Christmas and people having the spirit and faith in the season reaffirmed. So, I obtained a copy ofThe 13th Gift in the […]

Allison: Sexy Feminism | Jennifer Keishin Armstrong & Heather Wood Rudulph | Book Review

I was intrigued when I came across the title of Sexy Feminism on Netgalley a couple of months ago. It seemed to almost be a perfect fit for me as I had been looking for something new and different but also something that would reflect the things that I had received an education in. According […]

Review of Lighting Their Fires by Rafe Esquith

Lighting Their Fires: Raising Children in a Mixed-Up, Muddled Up, Shook Up World by Rafe Esquith is basically as the title promises a guide to upbringing children to be all they can be. I don’t have children, but I interact with children on a daily basis, as a student teacher. (I haven’t dropped out of […]