So lately for my NaBloPoMo posts I’ve been participating in book tags. (You can read “My Life in Books” and “Inside Out” book tag posts.) Since I have been enjoying these posts so much, I decided to find another one to write about as well. Today I found a post on Beachy Reads with The Coffee Book Tag. I absolutely love coffee, and obviously books (see my “I’m Addicted” post), so I thought this would be the perfect book tag for me. :D Continue reading
For NaBloPoMo Day 23, I am participating in another book tag post. (My first one can be read here.) I also got this one from RoseRead (and you can read her “Inside Out” post here.) As you may or may not be able to guess from the title, this book tag post is based on the movie “Inside Out.” So here are my picks for books that I think go with each one of the emotions. Continue reading
Henry, a deaf field mouse, and his friend Boris, a spider with one lame leg, are teased by the other animals until a disaster causes them to realize they are not so different, after all.
(Synopsis and cover image from goodreads.com)
A couple of months ago my mom bought me a copy of Just Like You after she had bought and read her own copy. My mom and dad had been at a Costco near them and Robert Kroupa, the author, was doing book signings there. My mom loved the book so much that she bought me my own copy to read and review, as well as to see if there was a way I could work it into my curriculum. So for my NaBloPoMo Day 22 post, I am reviewing Just Like You by Robert Kroupa. Continue reading
There’s an interesting concept that’s floating around, and one that human nature usually wonders about: what if things had gone differently? We often think about the alternative…what would things be like if we had made a different choice or if we had taken a different action? Continue reading
As I looked through my collection of possible writing prompts for today’s NaBloPoMo post, I came across one that I really liked. It is creating a list, but what I like about this list is that it is about writing down the things one would want to do in my life.
Write a list of 25 (or just 5!) things you want to do in your life.