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Book Review: The History of the Computer | People, Inventions, and Technology that Changed Our World

Book Review: The History of the Computer | People, Inventions, and Technology that Changed Our World

This is a delightful, illustrated coffee table book. You’ll know Rachel Ignotofsky’s books and work from the WOMEN IN SCIENCE series, including books and posters and even a puzzle! This could be a picture book for children, but it could also be a book that you pick up and page through in a moment of […]

Posted July 25, 2022 by geograph in adult, nonfiction, picture books, review / 0 Comments
Book Review: The Marvellers

Book Review: The Marvellers

This is a PERFECT readalike for kids who want more of The Book Series that Shall Not be Named but are starting to develop a better taste. 😛 It’s a magic school boarding book that features Marvellers from around the world and the main character is a misfit even in her own world. Some interesting […]

Posted July 21, 2022 by geograph in fantasy, middle grade, review / 0 Comments
Cookbook Review: Cook As You Are

Cookbook Review: Cook As You Are

This book is incredible. The beginning of the book notes for “bottled, canned, and frozen food swaps” and makes recommendations. There’s a section for “Cooking with limited energy or mobility” as well as an entire chapter for this: More food, less work. And I think that she follows up on this throughout the course of […]

Posted July 20, 2022 by geograph in adult, autistic, nonfiction, review / 0 Comments