I read a lot of books, all different kinds of books. But this is the very first btook that made me cry since the beginning. “This Side Of Heaven” by Karen Kingsbury is the best cry worthy book I’ve ever read. Its heartbreaking, beautiful. I couldn’t put this book down. I also couldn’t just do … More The Best Tear Worthy Book: A Chat About, "This Side Of Heaven"
When Death has a story to tell, you listen. “It is 1939. Nazi Germany. The country is holding its breath. Death has never been busier, and will become busier still. Liesel Meminger is a foster girl living outside of Munich, who scratches out a meager existence for herself by stealing when she encounters something she … More The Book Thief:Book Review
Yikes, where do I begin? I have read a lot of books this month, and the months not even over! So I decided to share what books I’ve read so far, and then share later this month, other books I’ve read. “Where Courage Calls.” This is the beginning of a series called, “Return To The … More Books I’ve Read In July So Far
Here is the rest of my week in photos- like I promised. I know that today is not the usual day that I post, but I wanted to share the rest of my week. I am so sad that today is the last day of vacation, but it will be so good to get home.😊 … More The Rest Of My Week In Photos
“For most of her life, sixteen-year-old Hattie Brooks has been shuttled from one distant relative to another. Tired of being Hattie Here-and-There, she summons the courage to leave Iowa and move all by herself to Vida, Montana, to prove up on her late uncle’s homestead claim. Under the big sky, Hattie braves hard weather, hard … More Hattie Big Sky:Book Review
” Angela Peterson’s family had moved West because of her mother’s health. Her father sold the farm and loaded everything they could take with them in three wagons. They found new land and set about building a new farm a new life. Though the mother’s health improved for a short time, a winter cold lingered … More Roses For Mama: Book Review
” That’s what Annie’s mother would like to do. She wants to forget the pain and heartache and to keep it away from Annie, too. But Annie cannot forget the death of her favorite uncle, who was killed in France. She cannot forget Andrew, the angry young veteran she meets at the hospital where her … More After The Dancing Days:Book Review