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Fall might just be my favorite time of year for reading. Or at least the time of year where I read the most. Over the last few weeks I have read some great books. Click on the image or the title for our full review. Whiskey In A Teacup Ava’s Man Book Girl Where’d You […]
This week we are learning about a famous composer, a television star, several U.S. Presidents, a subway, and more. We are also learning about the breakfast food that inspired an unusual item. This week’s odd history fact is about shoes. Do you know what inspired the tread on Nike running shoes? It was a waffle […]
The last few Sundays this is the book that I have picked up to read. Sundays are usually a different kind of reading day for me. I tend to be much more deliberate with what I pick up to read and the last two Sundays I have found myself reading Fire Road. I debated on […]
This week we are learning about an author, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, the Texas Rangers, and an earthquake, and we are also talking about a historical fact that I am pretty sure the younger generations have forgotten about. This weeks interesting historical fact is about pants. Yes, pants. And I think it is a […]
Have you heard of Book of the Month? After hearing quite a bit about it Grace and I decided to give it a try. (That is an affiliate link and this post contains affiliate links, but this is not a sponsored post. We happily paid for our monthly fee.) Subscriptions boxes are all the rage […]
Do you love reading and books? If you are reading this, than you probably do. Sarah Clarkson shares her journey with books and why she thinks reading and books are so important.
Whisky In a Teacup by Reese Witherspoon was an impulse buy at Costco. I did not intend to buy it, but when I started looking through it, I knew it had to go in my shopping cart.
Rick Bragg’s style of writing makes it so interesting to read. His writing makes nonfiction books read like fiction. If you live in the south or would like to learn more about the life and culture in the south
After reading two books that were totally not for me because of the sexual content, this book was a delight to read. The writing was great and the content was clean. That is a combination that can hard to find, but this book has it.
The Masterpiece by Fiona Davis is a story about New York City and the lost art school within Grand Central Terminal. It covers a part of history that few people know about. I have mixed thoughts on this book though so be sure to read my full review.