I am what you would call a 'teenager.' Waiters no longer give me coloring pages and crayons. Tickets for museums and amusement parks and whatnot aren't discounted anymore. I have to take off my shoes at the airport. People ask me what I want to do when I grow up, but they ask it seriously.… Continue reading Middlegrade recommendations
One Shot at Forever by Chris Ballard Keywords: tiny farmtown in Illinois,1971, hippie coach, baseball, underdogs, non-fiction Last sentence: Then, without a word, he will turn and walk out into the cool Macon night. Thoughts: This book made me laugh out loud multiple times. There are a few one liners in it that are TOO FUNNY. Even… Continue reading July Books
It's hard for me to read all the way through a long book review. But thankfully, mini-reviews (and miniature things in general) exist. These are shorter thoughts on books I've read this month and one from May. Only good reads have been included. SHORT by Holly Goldberg Sloan Key words: honest, munchkins and winged monkeys,… Continue reading June 2017 books.