Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Shannon's Review - Can You Find My Shoe? by Patty Lennox






Title: Can You Find My Shoe?
Series: Not At The Moment
Author: Patty Lennox
Illustrator/Book Cover Design: Harry Aveiro
Genre: Fiction, Children’s, Picture Book, Animals
Publisher: Jumping Juniper Press
Received: Free For Honest Review
Release Date: August 2019
Pages: 32
Rating:





Author Patty Lennox’s Official Websites:



Website:
None Found

Blog:
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Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Writer/Patty-Lennox-Childrens-Author-113116596703892/

Twitter:
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Instagram:
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Shannon’s Thoughts:


A little boy having a good time at the zoo loses one of his shoes. He searches every section of the zoo but the shoe is hard to find.

The art is cute and there is a lot of action going on with each page. It is the kind of book that when reading through to the end I realized I missed part of what is happening. Then as I read a second time it all made sense.

I was confused as to why the boy found his shoe where he did but as I read the second time the art and the words made sense.

It is a cute little book and is full of joy. I think it would be interesting to see if kids could pick where the lost shoe is on each page.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Celebrate Everyday With Books - MAY 28TH 2020 - Amnesty International Day

Celebrate Every Day With Books

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!

TODAY

IS

MAY 28TH 2020

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL DAY


“Amnesty International is a non-governmental organization that focuses on the protection of human rights—working to prevent abuses to human rights, to fight for justice for those whose rights have been violated, and to expand and enforce human rights protections in international law, by lobbying governments and other powerful groups and publicizing their violations. Their early focus was on the release of political prisoners, but they now focus on many issues. Their main concerns are on the rights of freedom and speech and conscience, and on the right to not be tortured. Other concerns include abolishing the death penalty, reproductive rights, and defending refugees and migrants.

Amnesty International Day takes place on May 28, because it was on that day in 1961 when lawyer Peter Benenson published "The Forgotten Prisoners" in The Observer, which was then reprinted around the world. In it, he referenced the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in particular, articles 18 and 19, which deal with freedoms of thought and expression. He also announced an amnesty campaign called "Appeal for Amnesty." Amnesty International was founded in London that same year, largely by the efforts of Peter Benenson. That is where it is still headquartered, but today there are offices in over 50 countries. Three million people are now affiliated with the group, in more than 150 countries and territories.” (from checkiday.com)



Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day.


Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?
Title: Dignity by Dana Gluckstein
Genre: Non-Fiction, Art, Photography, Photoessay
What It Is About?: “The poetic images that comprise this updated second edition of DIGNITY are intended to bring greater awareness to the Declaration. The DIGNITY book advocacy campaign helped create a tipping point for President Obama to endorse the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in December 2010. The Declaration is the most comprehensive global statement of the measures every government must enact to ensure the survival and well-being of Indigenous Peoples. DIGNITY includes the full text of the Declaration.” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: AUGUST 4TH 2020
Available To Swap: Available on 0 PBS





Title: The Daughters Of Juarez by Teresa Rodriguez
Genre: Non-Fiction, True Crime, History, Social Issues
What It Is About?: “Despite the fact that Juarez is a Mexican border city just across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas, most Americans are unaware that for more than twelve years this city has been the center of an epidemic of horrific crimes against women and girls, consisting of kidnappings, rape, mutilation, and murder, with most of the victims conforming to a specific profile: young, slender, and poor, fueling the premise that the murders are not random.
Indeed, there has been much speculation that the killer or killers are American citizens. While some leading members of the American media have reported on the situation, prompting the U.S. government to send in top criminal profilers from the FBI, little real information about this international atrocity has emerged. According to Amnesty International, as of 2006 more than 400 bodies have been recovered, with hundreds still missing…
...The Daughters of Juarez promises to be the first eye-opening, authoritative nonfiction work of its kind to examine the brutal killings and draw attention to these atrocities on the border. The end result will shock readers and become required reading on the subject for years to come.”
(from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Where Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: Available on 2 PBS







Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Celebrate Everyday With Books - May 27th 2020 - Sunscreen Protection Day


Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!

TODAY 

IS 

MAY 27TH 2020

SUNSCREEN PROTECTION DAY

“Sunscreen Protection Day, also known as Sunscreen Day, is being observed today! It has always been observed annually on May 27th.” (from checkiday.com)

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?





Title: Dr. Lani Simpson No-Nonsense Sun Health Guide by Dr. Lani Simpson
Genre: Non-Fiction, Health & Fitness, Health Care Issues
What It Is About?: “In her newest book, Dr. Lani Simpson provides readers with no-nonsense, easy-to-understand advice about the sun and how our bodies react to sun exposure. This go-to-guide for all members of the family includes practical information about how to obtain vitamin D from the sun safely, how to protect yourself and your family from sunburns and how to find safe SPF products and apply them properly...” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: Available on 0 PBS






Title: Wear Sunscreen by Mary Schmich
Genre: Non-Fiction, Inspirational, Humor
What It Is About?: “It all began with a column titled "Advice, Like Youth, Probably Just Wasted on the Young," written by Mary Schmich and published in the "Chicago Tribune" on June 1, 1997. Posted on the Web, Schmich's column quickly became an international sensation. Friends e-mailed it to friends, the media picked up on it, and a star was born. There was only one problem: Everyone thought the column was an actual commencement address given by author Kurt Vonnegut...” (from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: Available on 4 PBS








Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Shannon's Review - F Is For Fairy by Rhonda Parrish (Editor)





Title: F is For Fairy
Series: Alphabet Anthologies
Authors: Pete Aldin, Steve Bornstein, Andrew Bourelle, Stephanie A. Cain, Beth Cato, Sara Cleto, Cory Cone, Danielle Davis, Megan Engelhardt, Michael Fosburg, Joseph Halden, Lynn Hardaker, L.S. Johnson, Michael M. Jones, Jeanne Kramer-Smyth, Samantha Kymmell-Harvey, C.S. MacCath, Jonathan C. Parrish, Alexandra Seidel, Michael B. Tager, Rachel M. Thompson, Laura VanArendonk Baugh, Brittany Warman, Lilah Wild, Suzanne J. Willis, B.D. Wilson, and Rhonda Parrish (Editor)
Illustrator/Book Cover Design: Jonathan C. Parrish
Genre: Fiction, Short Stories, Fantasy, Fairies,
Publisher: Poise And Pen Publishing
Received: Free for Honest Review
Release Date: May 2019
Pages: 440
Rating:






Editor Rhonda Parrish Official Websites:




Website:
http://www.rhondaparrish.com/

Blog:
http://rhondaparrish.com/archive/

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/AuthorRhondaParrish/

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/rhondaparrish

Instagram:
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Shannon’s Thoughts:
This is Poise And Pen Publishing’s 6th book in the Alphabet Anthologies series. This one is 26 different stories about fairies. Each story is influenced by a letter of the alphabet, A-Z. What the word is not shown until the end of each tale.

Of course I gravitate towards this collection because ...fairies duh...they are only my favorite magical beings. Many of the stories were retellings of well-known fairy tales. Including the first story which is a retelling of Sleeping Beauty and later a new take on The Emperor’s New Clothes.

I enjoyed the few retellings but the newer stories were not as memorable. I found many of the stories hard to concentrate on and lost interest many times. Maybe this is because I read as an ebook. I find ebooks harder to stay interested in.

I would definitely try another of the Alphabet Anthologies. I found them clever and many times trying to guess the word the stories were based on were surprising and never the word I would first guess.

Celebrate Everyday With Books - May 26th 2020 - World Dracula Day


Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!


TODAY 

IS 

MAY 26TH 2020


WORLD DRACULA DAY


“Bram Stoker's Gothic horror novel Dracula was first published on today's date in 1897, by Archibald Constable and Company in Britain. It sold for six shillings and came bound in yellow cloth with red lettering. It was first printed in the United States two years later, by Doubleday & McClure of New York City. Although not the first novel about vampires, it became a model for the genre, and laid the foundation for future vampire stories, with its introduction of the character Count Dracula.” (from checkiday.com)

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?







Title: Dracula’s Child by J.S. Barnes
Genre: Fiction, Horror
What It Is About?: “It has been some years since Jonathan and Mina Harker survived their ordeal in Transylvania and, vanquishing Count Dracula, returned to England to try and live ordinary lives. But shadows linger long in this world of blood feud and superstition - and, the older their son Quincy gets, the deeper the shadows that lengthen at the heart of the Harkers' marriage. Jonathan has turned back to drink; Mina finds herself isolated inside the confines of her own family; Quincy himself struggles to live up to a family of such high renown. And when a gathering of old friends leads to an unexpected tragedy, the very particular wounds in the heart of the Harkers' marriage are about to be exposed.” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: SEPTEMBER 22ND 2020
Available To Swap: Available on 0 PBS







Title: The Dracula Murders by Philip Daniels
Genre: Fiction, Mystery
What It Is About?: “The Festival of Horror Ball was a great success, with everyone dressed as vampires, werewolves, and assorted monsters. The fun was interrupted by a spectral figure calling himself Nosferatu, who warned the merrymakers they were tampering with the unknown. People dismissed him as a crank until a girl was found ritualistically murdered.” (from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Book Are Sold
Available To Swap: Available on 1 PBS








Monday, May 25, 2020

Celebrate Everyday With Books - MAY 25TH 2020 - Geek Pride Day



Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!




TODAY 

IS 

MAY 25TH 2020

GEEK PRIDE DAY


“The idea for the day spread around the internet and was first officially celebrated in the United States in 2008. The following year, Science Channel put on special programming related to the day. The day spread to other countries in the following years, with celebrations, parties, meetups, and parades happening all around the world.” (from checkiday.com)

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?





Title: The Gamersmaster by Flint Dille
Genre: Non-Fiction, Biography, Memoir
What It Is About?: “...The Gamesmaster is Dille's memoir looking through his own unique story, his blend of pop culture, social history, and reportage about the groundbreaking 1980s, and the parts he and his colleagues, collaborators, employers, and friends played in making it a genuine Golden Age.” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: JULY 14TH 2020
Available To Swap: Available on 0 PBS





Title: Geeks by Jon Katz
Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoir, Biography
What It Is About?: “...Told with Katz’s trademark charm and sparkle, Geeks is a humorous, moving tale of triumph over adversity and self-acceptance that delivers two irresistible heroes for the digital age and reveals the very human face of technology. “ (from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere books are sold
Available To Swap: Available on 1 PBS







Monday, May 18, 2020

Celebrate Everyday With Books - May 18th 2020 - International Museum Day


Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!

TODAY 

IS 

MAY 18TH 2020

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM DAY

“International Museum Day is being observed today! It has been observed annually on May 18th since 1977.” (from checkiday.com)


Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a nday. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?







Title: Take Me To Museums by Mary Richards
Genre: Non-fiction, Juvenile, Activity Book
What It Is About?: “A fact-filled journal packed with activities that will guide children around ANY museum wherever they are in the world.” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy:  SEPTEMBER 1ST 2020
Available To Swap: Available on 0 PBS







Title: Little Museum by Lynne Arany and Archie Hobson
Genre: Non-Fiction, Travel,
What It Is About?: “...In Little Museums, you will find the listings that tourist literature does not provide, including the Barbie Hall of Fame in Palo Alto, California, the Dog Mushing Museum in Fairbanks, Alaska; the Museum of Ordinary People in Hurtsboro, Alabama; the 24Hour Church of Elvis in Portland, Arizona; and the last freak show left in America--at Coney Island's Sideshows by the Seashore. A virtual museum listing means you don't even have to leave home to visit a little museum, and a category index makes finding museums devoted to your favorite subjects even easier…”(from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: Available on 1 PBS








Monday, April 27, 2020

Celebrate Everyday With Books - April 27th 2020 - Marine Mammal Rescue Day


Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!


TODAY 

IS

MONDAY

APRIL 27TH 2020

MARINE MAMMAL RESCUE DAY

“Marine Mammal Rescue Day is being observed today! It has been observed annually on April 27th since 2017.

” (from checkiday.com)

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?





Title: Return To The Sea by Annalisa Berta
Genre: Non-Fiction, Life Science, Zoology, Mammals
What It Is About?: “Return to the Sea portrays the life and evolutionary times of marine mammals—from giant whales and sea cows that originated 55 million years ago to the deep-diving elephant seals and clam-eating walruses of modern times. This fascinating account of the origin of various marine-mammal lineages—some extinct, others extant but threatened—is for the nonspecialist...” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: 0 Available on PBS





Title: Discovering Marine Mammals by Nancy Field and Sally Machlis
Genre: Non-Fiction, Juvenile, Science, Mammals
What It Is About?: “Dog-Eared Publications aims to turn youngsters into environmentally aware citizens of the earth and to foster a love of science and nature. Written by scientists, science educators and writers, these action-packed books discuss the work of scientists and their research, and deal with environmental problems and some of their solutions.” (from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Where Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: 2 Available on PBS








Friday, April 24, 2020

Celebrate Everyday With Books - April 24th 2020 - Arbor Day


Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!

TODAY 

IS 

FRIDAY

APRIL 24TH 2020

ARBOR DAY

“Many holidays commemorate some event from the past, but National Arbor Day is about investing in the future. It focuses on the care and preservation of existing trees, as well as on the planting of new ones. .” (from checkiday.com)


Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?







Title: Tree Beings by Raymond Huber
Genre: Non-Fiction, Juvenile, Science, Trees
What It Is About?: “...In a world increasingly concerned with conserving our natural environments, Tree Beings is an excellent way to help children appreciate the wonder and value of nature. Learn to cherish our connection to trees, not as silent statues, but as beings that enrich the whole planet.” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: OCTOBER 13TH 2020
Available To Swap: 0 Available on PBS




Title: The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry
Genre: Fiction, Children, Picture Book, Science, Environment
What It Is About?: “If a tree falls in the forest... someone or something will always be there to hear it. Many, many creatures will feel the effects when their source of sustenance and shelter falls to the earth…” (from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: 2 Available on PBS








Thursday, April 23, 2020

Shannon's Review - The Superlative A. Lincoln by Eileen R. Meyer




Title: The Superlative A. Lincoln
Series: None At the Moment
Author: Eileen R. Meyer
Illustrator/Book Cover Design: Dave Szalay
Genre: Non-Fiction, Children, Picture Book, Poetry, Biography
Publisher: Charlesbridge Publishing
Received: Free For Honest Review
Release Date: November 2019
Pages: 48
Rating:














Author Eileen R. Meyer’s Official Websites:


Website:

Blog:
None Found

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/eileenmeyerbooks

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/Writer_Meyer

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/eileenmeyerbooks/




Shannon’s Thoughts:

One of the most loved presidents of the USA, Abraham Lincoln, lived in a time of hardship but overcame many obstacles to become the great man we know him as. Author Eileen Meyer adds tidbits of Abraham’s history after a quaint rhyming poem on every page turn. Written for children but even this adult learned some new facts.

The art by David Szalay and whimsical poetry make this book fun and interesting. Some of the facts about the president are well known but I found a few I did not know. Not only was he the tallest president he was also a farmer… but not a good one.
There is absolutely nothing I dislike about this book. It is nice to look at, the wordplay brings joy and I learned about a person that is part of my country’s history.

I would probably recommend this book for ages 7 and up. Of course, the “and up” in my mind definitely includes adults. After all, an adult wrote this and probably learn new things writing this as well.

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Celebrate Everyday With Books - April 22nd 2020 - Earth Day


Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!

TODAY 

IS 

WEDNESDAY

APRIL 22ND 2020

EARTH DAY

“TThe first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970. Prior to this, there was virtually no environmental movement. Factories pumped toxins into the air, recycling was almost non-existent, and gas-guzzling vehicles were the norm. The seeds of the modern movement had been planted, however, with the publishing of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring in 1962. This book raised the public's awareness of pollution and its effect on health. READ MORE HERE” (from checkiday.com)

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?





Title: Finding Home Within The Heart Of The Earth by Eagle Skyfire
Genre: Non-Fiction, Body, Mind & Spirit, Personal Growth
What It Is About?: “Create a deep sense of security, peace, and comfort for yourself and your loved ones by making the energy of your home more harmonious with nature. Featuring simple techniques presented through the lens of a Native American shaman and tradition keeper, this lovely book teaches you how to live gently upon the planet and improve your physical and spiritual wellness...” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: NOVEMBER 8TH 2020
Available To Swap: 0 Available on PBS





Title: Dear Children Of The Earth by Schim Schimmer
Genre: Children, Picture Books, Animals, Environment
What It Is About?: “Dear Children of the Earth begins a remarkable letter from Mother Earth asking for help from children everywhere. She writes to express her love for each and every child and asks for their love and appreciation in return. In her own words, and with all of her heart, Mother Earth enfolds children with love and entrusts them with her protection.” (from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Books are Sold
Available To Swap: 2 Available on PBS








Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Shannon's Review - The World That We Knew by Alice Hoffman




Title: The World That We Knew
Series: Not At The Moment
Author: Alice Hoffman
Illustrator/Book Cover Design: Unknown
Genre: Fiction, Literature, Magical Realism
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Received: Free For Honest Review
Release Date: September 2019
Pages: 372
Rating:





Author’s Official Websites:



Website:
https://alicehoffman.com/

Blog:
None Found

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/AliceHoffmanAuthor/

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/ahoffmanwriter

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/ahoffmanwriter/






Shannon’s Thoughts:

During the beginning of WWII, two young girls’ futures collide. A Jewish mother plans an escape for her daughter Lea. Her mother’s heart breaks as she can not go with her daughter but she wants Lea to be protected as if she were there herself. The mother conspires with Ettie, a rabbi’s daughter, to create a mystical being named Ava to care for Lea as if she were the girl’s mother. The other girl Ettie goes in hiding preparing to fight for freedom.

This was the first time reading Alice Hoffman and I enjoyed the magical realism within the book. I also read this soon after reading House Of The Spirits by Isabel Allende which also has some magical realism. Even though the story and messages were different the enchanted way they had interwoven the supernatural with real-world problems and family situations makes these stories so interesting. I love pretty much anything with fictional or semi-real magic. I never realized that the Jewish religion has mysticism and rules about women using said mysticism. This made me want to learn more about the religion and what was true and what was false.

The World That We Knew was not a comfy cozy read, meaning there was quite a bit of darkness in what is happening in Lea and Ettie’s world. It was like plants reaching for a sun they can not see. I enjoyed it and the characters were nice to read about like the magical being Ava. I felt for Ava she had a melancholy way about her.

Any book with magic and realism is more than likely a book I would be sold on reading. I hope to read more by Hoffman and other books like this.

Celebrate Everyday With Books - APRIL 21ST 2020 - Shannon's Birthday


Celebrate Every Day With Books 

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!


TODAY 

IS 

TUESDAY

APRIL 21ST 2020

CONFUZZLED SHANNON’S BIRTHDAY

“Creator of the Confuzzled Books blog Shannon McGee’s 43RD Birthday.” (from confuzzledbooks)

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting and would like to read. You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for one holiday a day. 

Let me know what you think. Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?





Title: TeaTime Birthdays by Lorna Ables Reeves
Genre: Non-Fiction, Cooking, Tea Time, Birthdays
What It Is About?: “This collection of 10 afternoon-tea menus includes table settings and recipes idyllic for a range of themes—from a little girl’s fairy-inspired party to a Jurassic-themed one for boys to a Parisian-glam Sweet 16, as well as several elegant options for adults. ” ( From Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: AUGUST 4TH 2020
Available To Swap: 0 Available on PBS






Title: Happy Birthday by Danielle Steel
Genre: Fiction, Literature, Contemporary
What It Is About?: “... a terrifying act of violence, an out-of-the-blue blessing, and two extremely unlikely love affairs soon turn lives inside out and upside down. In a novel brimming with warmth and insight, beginning on one birthday and ending on another, Valerie, April, and Jack discover that life itself can be a celebration—and that its greatest gifts are always a surprise.” (from Goodreads.com)
Available To Buy: Anywhere Books Are Sold
Available To Swap: 14 Available on PBS