Books

The Zookeeper’s Wife Book Review

The cover of The Zookeeper’s Wife is fantastic and what drew me to the story. The reason I read this on a whim (besides the Audiobook being at my library) is because of the amazing cover. It begs a great question – who is the zookeeper’s wife? why is she important...

7 Things I Learned From Animal Farm

Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. I believe that quote with all my heart because it has happened before. Being into politics, I have seen tons of George Orwell quotes and “Big Brother” references. Since I was a bit scared to start out with...

Code Name Pauline – Review

Title: Code Name Pauline: Memoirs of a World War II Special Agent Author: Pearl Witherington Cornioley, edited by Kathryn J. Atwood Genre: Memoir, YA “I don’t like blowing my own trumpet, I find it really difficult, but at the same time I want people to know what really...

11 Little-Known Event Books

  Coal mines and the Lattimer Massacre – September 1897 A Coal Miner’s Bride by Susan Campbell Bartoletti Until reading this book, I had never heard of the Lattimer Massacre. On September 10, 1897, about 300-400 coal miners (mostly immigrants) protested against unfair wages...

11 Christian Picture Books

  1. Veggietales Bible Storybook Featuring 21 Veggietales stories, this kid-friendly storybook Bible covers classic Veggietale stories such as David, Jonah, Daniel, Joshua, and Esther. The stories aren’t that long, and have large text. With vivid pictures, great Bible verses for...

11 Mystery Series

This is part of a series called 11 Lists of 11 Books. I have read all books unless otherwise noted. When I was in elementary school, all I used to read was mysteries!! I love mysteries!! Now, it’s mostly historicals, but I still do love the analytical aspect of mysteries. Grades 1-3...