After recently having done a Book Cover Freebie for Top Ten Tuesday (as always, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) which I focused on 2019 covers, I realized I would also just really love to share with you some of the illustrated covers I have been really loving. This week’s topic of book hangover does… Continue reading Some of My favorite Illustrated Book Covers / #toptentuesday 225
Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky is a good and important read.
Photo Book: Aquicorn Cove by Katie O’Neill Release Date: October 16th 2018 Tags: Middle Grade / Graphic Novel / Fantasy / Ocean / Pollution / Fishing / Community / Storm / LGBTQ+ / F/F relationship Trigger Warnings: Storm Damage / Loss of a Loved One Other books by this author I reviewed The Tea Dragon… Continue reading Aquicorn Cove // Book Review
Small Spaces is a horror middle grade I was super curious about as it is by Katherine Arden.
The Tea Dragon Festival is a MG graphic novel that is a 100% worth the read.
The Battle is the sequel to The Gauntlet, and almost like a companion novel. Unfortunately it could not quite live up to the first book. The compelling things from the first book seemed to have fallen away.
Thank you to Netgalley and Jolly Fish Press for the review copy in exchange for my honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Moonlocket (Cogheart Adventures 2) by Peter Bunzl Release Date: August 13th 2019 Tags: Sci-Fi / Middle Grade / Steampunk / Mechanical Animals / Mechanical People / Air Ships… Continue reading Moonlocket / Cogheart Adventures Book 2 // Book Review
Little Witches is a retelling of Little Women with magic and in a graphic novel format.
Memory is a funny thing. I for one can remember all the devastatingly awkward and painful moments of my life quite well. But the things I read as a child is more of a blur. You’d think I’d rather remember books and yet nope. There is only so much the brain can remember. So for… Continue reading Childhood Favorites? What Are Even Memories? // #toptentuesday 195
Die Duftapotheke by Anna Ruhe definitely deserves to be translated to English so more people can read it.