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Summer Reading – Week 2

This week I’m reviewing a series rather than a selection of books from this week’s picks. I read this series a while back and decided to get them again to enjoy. Enola is alone spelled backwards. And that is exactly … Continue reading

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Lock and Key: the Initiation

James Moriarty is one of the greatest criminal masterminds the world has ever known. But before he became the scheming, remorseless villain he is now, he was just my older brother, James…At Baskerville, an elite private boarding school founded by … Continue reading

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Cleopatra in Space

What do you get when you take one of the most famous characters in history and mash it up with science fiction? Cleopatra in Space!  The first graphic novel in the series introduces us to our spunky heroine, depicting her discovery … Continue reading

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Missy Piggle Wiggle and The Whatever Cure

Dear Missy, As you know, my husband, Mr. Piggle-Wiggle was called away some years ago by the pirates. After waiting so long for him to return, I have decided to take matters into my own hands and find out what … Continue reading

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American Girl: Ultimate Visual Guide

Have I ever mentioned I love American Girl? If not, here’s a book to remind you of a great company and story: In the 1980s, Pleasant T. Rowland had a remarkable idea. Inspired by the history of our country and the true … Continue reading

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King Kong – From Fay Wray to Peter Jackson

I picked this informative read  a couple months ago and enjoyed it immensely. Once upon a time, in Depression-era New York, Carl Denham finds the thrill of a lifetime; the eighth wonder of the world. There is a magnificent monster … Continue reading

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Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher

This Christmas season, I was blessed by the gift of a Kindle fire from my Tio. Being not much of a gamer, I went the literary route and found books to read instead. This week’s pick is a fun novel that … Continue reading

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Star Wars Series

If you’re looking to enjoy some Star Wars literature that expands the universe, these three series are perfect for you! Jedi Apprentice explores the past of one of Star Wars’ most intriguing heroes: Obi-Wan Kenobi. This series takes us back to … Continue reading

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Pirate Hunters

Recently I was in a Peter Pan/piratey mood and was consuming a great deal of literature on those two topics. I found the first two books of this series at the library and found them to be fun and well-paced … Continue reading

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Children’s Drawing Books: Help or Hindrance?

Have you ever picked up a book on drawing? You were just enjoying a day with your family when you see that a five year old left a book on the table. Ooh, this looks interesting, you think to yourself. So, … Continue reading

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