Month: June 2014

Book Talks: Children’s Literature Round-up! Part One

Book Talks: Children’s Literature Round-up! Part One
Posted June 30, 2014 / 0 Comments

I read a lot of really interesting Middle Grade novels during my Children’s literature class last semester. Since it has been a while since I have read them, I feel that I cannot fully review them. So I have written mini-reviews to give you a good sample of the essence of these books! ~*~*~*~ What the Moon Said by Gayle Rosengren, 217 pages Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Historical Fiction, Realistic Fiction, Standalone “Thanks to her superstitious […]

Audiobook Review: The Rosie Project

Audiobook Review: The Rosie Project
Posted June 28, 2014 / 2 Comments

Why I Picked It Up?: Because this sounded like just a quirky, fun standalone story that I NEEDED to listen to! Thoughts: So I knew going into this audiobook that I was going to enjoy this story because many reviews described it as quirky, and I just love myself a good quirky story. I did not, however, expect myself to fall so madly, deeply in love with every moment of this book, from the first […]

Cover Trends I Like & Some I Don’t

Cover Trends I Like & Some I Don’t
Posted June 23, 2014 / 18 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme create at The Broke and the Bookish. Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is: Top Ten Cover Trends! The Good and the Bad! I REALLY like this topic! Covers are the first thing I see when a new book comes out, so they are SUPER important in my first impressions of a book. So I will showcase some of my FAVORITE trends and some of my MOST HATED! So […]

Book Review: The One

Book Review: The One
Posted June 22, 2014 / 3 Comments

Why I Picked It Up?: DUH! I am OBSESSED with this series! heehee Thoughts: So this review will be short and sweet. Why? Because it is the final book in a series, and I don’t want to spoil much.  (If you want to read reviews for the first two books, you can: The Selection and The Elite). So, instead of doing a review of this book in particular, I will make a short list as […]