I really enjoyed this book, but it’s always hard to read about World War 2.
I had no idea that there was an American library in Paris until this book. It has recently hit its 100th anniversary. It’s amazing that these strong librarians did so much to protect the library and to provide books to its subscribers.
It’s definitely worth reading, but I don’t foresee myself reading it more than once.
I found this on a search for a different book, and I thought it looked cute. The story is about an egg who takes care of everyone but himself. It’s a lesson in self-care.
It was a quick read and I think its theme is a little advanced for the age group that it was written for.
I am not sure who I would recommend the book to, since its not really a book for young kids, but it’s not advanced enough for an adult. It was a cute read with a good lesson, though. It just aimed too high.
Last semester, I took a class that had a small number of students to allow for discussion. We got to know each other pretty well.
One classmate is in one of my summer classes. He saw on my introduction video for the class that I write here. I got a message: “I wrote a book. Can you read and review it, please?” I guess I’ll be doing that this semester, too. Its sequel is coming out, soon.
I am in a Netflix group, similar to a bookclub. One week, we were supposed to watch and discuss Bridgerton. I binge watched the entire 8 episodes of the first season. I absolutely loved it! I can’t wait for season 2 to come out.
Unfortunately, I was unable to make it to the discussion, but I have been finding a lot of people who watched and loved it. I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen, and my friends were kind enough to not tell me what was going to happen.
I definitely recommend watching this series. I can’t wait until the next season comes!
I ordered some shower steamers ages ago to help with anxiety (lavender) and with a cough (eucalyptus). The steamers that I ordered tripled in price, so I started to look into alternatives. I found some that came in a case of 12 for just a few dollars more than the original case of 3. I learned that you get what you pay for. All 12 smell the same. They are supposed to be in a box of 6 scents – rose, lavender, orange, eucalyptus, peppermint and vanilla. The colors are different, and they are labeled, but they all smell the same. I would think that at least the peppermint one would have a unique scent. Nope. The scent is pleasant, but the same in each color. I left a review that was not exactly negative, but not really positive either. I will have to go fork out the money for the real ones one of these days.
This was a freebie that I picked up from Audible. I knew it was a romance, so I knew how it was going to end. The story was interesting, and I was enjoying it a lot, until the very descriptive sex scene happened. This is only an audiobook, so I would expect the writer, publisher, editor, etc., would realize that many people are listening in their cars. I do not need an explicit sex scene on my commute.
The rest of the story was great, though. If you’re listening other than in your car, sure, go for it. Otherwise, I would suggest you think twice.