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Book Review: The Woman in the Library

Book Review: The Woman in the Library

This book is WILD and an incredible mystery. It’s set in Boston, in the Boston Public Library, with at least three different layers to it. It’s a thriller that functions as well as a mystery — ie, it doesn’t just keep you on the edge of your seat, there’s actively something to figure out as […]

Posted July 4, 2022 by geograph in adult, review / 0 Comments
Book Review: What Can I Say?

Book Review: What Can I Say?

This is a fantastic little book of guidelines for social situations, accompanied by cute and simple illustrations. Included in this book are lessons on how to be a good friend, how to listen, and how to be an ally, as well as express sympathy and understand empathy. Additionally, there is a guide on how to […]

Posted July 1, 2022 by geograph in middle grade, nonfiction, review / 0 Comments
The Big Book of Pride Flags review

The Big Book of Pride Flags review

This is a book all about pride flags, written for kids. The illustrations are friendly and quite lovely, and include a diverse range of people. The information in the book is easy to understand, but glosses over the unpleasant and divisive parts of LGBTQIA+ history; why did we need our own flags? What exactly was […]

Book Review: Kids Cook Dinner

Book Review: Kids Cook Dinner

This is a cute book that has accessible recipes for kids! These recipes are well-written and include a list of cooking techniques up front, including various ways to cook eggs. I really appreciated the explained differences between chopping, dicing, and mincing. Four stars; list of recipes included on my blog post. Bookshop link here. Cheesy […]

Posted June 3, 2022 by geograph in review / 0 Comments