I’m going to do something a bit different for my book review. I’m going to tell you about a book that I’m not done reading. (Truthfully, if you’ve read my other blog, you… Read More
My daughter loves it, too. She has a strange fascination with me crying. She asks me to read her books she knows will get me verklempt. She listens, ears perked for the first crack in my voice. Watches for the first tear to form, the subtle downturn of my mouth.
You can imagine her joy, then, when we learned the next book for our mommy-daughter book club was The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo.
From the Stacks is a recurring feature at PLC where we review books from our nightstand stacks- because whether published two years ago or twenty, a good book is a good book. The… Read More
By: Sleep Sunshine Michael J. White’s first novel begins, “On our debut night in Des Moines, Nicholas Parsons murdered a high school senior in the hotel room directly beneath us. The following morning… Read More