Her Virtue by Emma Kathryn
User review: I fell in love with this kind, tender romance about a pretty young girl nursing an ageing, ailing man to health (literally). Unlike a lot of books these days, the spelling, grammar and punctuation were excellent! Very sexy story. Kinks that might make your eyebrows raise. But there’s a feeling of ki
Sh!t, Now What? by E. Veal
User review: E Veal has wrote a smart, funny, insightful book about her experiences and things she's learned along the way. I highly recommend this book to new and old adults alike, to anyone looking for some down to earth advice on how to handle life and career challenges. Great read!!
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Joffe Numeroff
User review: This book is boring but can be a cool short reading available for the kids to read during their free time. It is literally about a mouse who gets a cookie and just start doing all kinds of other annoying things. This type of book can be used to give students practice reading aloud.
Angelo 13 by Rosalie Redd
User review: This is the first book in the series, it’s well written, has a good plot and a happy ever after ending. This story focuses on Angelo 13 and Elle. Angelo 13 is a human clone, he’s been forced to resist showing and feeling any sort of emotion, as has the rest of the earth colonies. He’s finally escape
Son of the Shadows (Sevenwaters, #2) by Juliet Marillier
User review: I didn’t think it possible that Juliet Marillier could top her achievement of DAUGHTER OF THE FOREST, the first of the Sevenwaters Trilogy, which is also a re-telling of the Grimm’s Fairy Tale THE SIX SWANS.
But I found SON OF THE SHADOWS, the second book of the Sevenwaters Trilogy even more gripping
The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead
User review: Something about this book missed the mark for me a bit. The author does an excellent job of basing a fictional narrative around a real life story that is terrifying. I can’t overstate how terrifying the real story of the Dozier School for Boys truly is. I enjoyed the characters but the writing just
Love at First Light (Lost Harbor, Alaska #6) by Jennifer Bernard
User review: Ethan James returns to Lost Harbor, Alaska for his “final” case as a private investigator. Maya Banks, police chief, enlists Ethan’s help in investigating SG’s background. Having recently had yet another brush with death, Ethan has promised his fiancé he would find a job that was a little safer. Whi
My Monsterpiece by Amalia Hoffman
User review: Through amazing artwork and a cute story, follow a child’s journey to create their ultimate “Monsterpiece.” My Monsterpiece is a colorfully illustrated, fun and hilarious story about a child just trying to get a scare out of someone in their family.
In this book, follow a young child as they create
The Curse of the Cairo Cat by Dan Metcalf
User review: Purchase The Curse of the Cairo Cat here for just $6!
Packed with action and puzzles to solve, this book is perfect for developing and newly confident young readers with a sense of adventure!
Amarina, The Book Grocer
The Rough Patch by Brian Lies
User review: Same with Big Cat, Little Cat, Rough Patch talks about coping with grief. But unlike Big Cat, Little Cat, Rough Patch’s illustration is much more complicated since the illustrator used many colors to distinguish the differences of the characters and the backgrounds. What I noticed was when Evan’s. D