What can you do with a bubble? Many children – and adults – find bubbles fascinating, even enchanting. And yet they’re so different from most things we enjoy, lasting only a few moments. This little book, with its lovely and whimsical illustrations, looks at both the charm and the transitory nature of bubbles, and reminds us that we can take joy even in the impermanent.
Rating 📚📚📚📚📚 Meaning Full 23 Life-Changing Stories of Conquering Dieting, Weight, And Body Image Issues I want to start by saying that I love when an author not only writes an amazing self-help/motivational book; but also includes relatable stories from actual people. It is nice to read how someone else deals with similar issues you … Continue reading Book Review: Meaning Full by Alli Spotts-De Lazzer
Dear Brave Friend is one of the sweetest and universal children's books that I have read in awhile. My favorite feature about the book is that it has journaling pages in the back. A place for kids to express their thoughts or a safe space to deal with loss. The author wrote the book from … Continue reading Book review: dear brave friend by Leigh ann gerk ma, LPC
Rating 📚📚📚📚 Everything I Thought I Knew was an eye-opening read. The first few pages were a whole reality check. Health problems can occur to even the healthiest of all people, regardless of age, size, or gender. This book is a very relatable and attention capturing read. Imagine being a teenager with big dreams and … Continue reading Book Review: Everything I thought I knew by shannon takaoka
Rating: 📚📚📚📚 I enjoyed the book. It's an excellent little mystery read. It's about Kay, a reporter who is looking for the story of the year. She was going to cover the story of an old jail building that was about to be knocked done, the last piece of history. "Here, I hang. With my … Continue reading Book Review: Dust of lies by gk davenport