June 2014 Recap

I enjoyed all of the books I read in June, but my faves were: Loot, I Am The Weapon, The Giver, and Invisibility. Loot is an amazing thriller about the son and daughter of a notorious burglar, I Am The Weapon is about a young assassin, The Giver is about a dystopian community, and Invisibility is about two lovers, one of which has a curse that makes him invisible. You can click on any of the book covers below to check out my review or to purchase the book.                  Continue reading June 2014 Recap

Book Review: One Crazy Summer by Rita Williams-Garcia

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Genre: Children’s Literature Age Recommended: 8 and up One Crazy summer is a Newberry Honor Book about the struggles of three young girls going to visit their mother whom they never knew. In this story, the sisters and their mother learn to accept each other for who they are. ——————————————————————————————————— Delphine and her two younger sisters are visiting their mother, Cecile. She left them after the youngest sister was born, so they couldn’t call her mother just yet. Mothers are supposed to greet kids with milk and cookies after a long day, not leave them because they … Continue reading Book Review: One Crazy Summer by Rita Williams-Garcia