I changed the name for my “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?” posts to “My Reading Week.”
–#NFPB2019- June 19, 2019
Another delightful installment of this Japanese export where the girls find themselves having an underground adventure full of surprises and new friends.
For fans of Islandborn and How Alma Got Her Name, this picture book explores the rich history of a little girl’s life of where she came from.
The book is like Where the Wild Things Are meets What Do You Do with an Idea? A little girl decides to hide away with a mysterious creature and it’s a surprising discovery of where she’s been.
A boy spends Saturdays with a set of grandparents- his two grandfathers- who have different personalities. When something happens to one of them, he tries to come up with a plan to cheer him up.
A humorous and sometimes tragic play that follows different groups of gay men in different time periods.
Sometimes poetry puts me off but this one was very approachable. From becoming a single mother to finding new love with another woman and trying to have another child, these poems offer a personal insight to her life.
This was an interesting- and surprisingly funny- memoir of surviving Nazi Germany. Some things sounded a bit made up like he was some sort of gay James Bond. It was amazing how bad things escalated and eerie how similar certain situations are now to back then. I wonder if there’s a hidden second part to this memoir about life after their freedom.
***= Liked It
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