Book Reviews, Classics, Fantasy, Middle Grade, Non-Fiction, Young Adult

Mini Book Reviews: November 2019 – Part 1

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*Books included in this batch of mini book reviews: The Horse and His Boy (Chronicles of Narnia #5) by C.S. Lewis, The Queen of Attolia (The Queen’s Thief #2) by Megan Whalen Turner, The Smartest Kids in the World: And How They Got That Way by Amanda Ripley, and Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga

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Book Reviews, Bookish Odds & Ends, Classics, Features

Things That Made Me Cringe While Reading Anne of Green Gables #AnneReadAlong2017

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As you all are aware by now I am participating in the Anne of Green Gables Read Along hosted by Jane @Greenish Bookshelf & Jackie @Death By Tsundoku.

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I read Anne of Green Gables for this first time this month, and I absolutely fell in love with this heartwarming read.  In my first post, 5 Reasons Why You Should Read Anne of Green Gables + My AoGG Aesthetic #AnneReadAlong2017, I shared some of my favorite aspects about this book and why you should read it if you haven’t read it already…

  Today however, I want to talk about a few things that made me cringe while reading this beloved classic…

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Book Reviews, Bookish Odds & Ends, Classics, Features

5 Reasons Why You Should Read Anne of Green Gables + My AoGG Aesthetic #AnneReadAlong2017

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You may find in hard to believe, but I read the beloved classic Anne of Green Gables for this first time this month as part of the Anne of Green Gables Read Along hosted by Jane @Greenish Bookshelf & Jackie @Death By Tsundoku.

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Now, I don’t typically do traditional reviews for the classics.  Why?  Because nothing I would be able to write would do them the justice they deserve.  Therefore, in lieu of a traditional review, I am going to give you a few reasons why you should read Anne of Green Gables (if you haven’t already) and share an aesthetic I put together that I feel represents the “essence” of the book.

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