Good afternoon, Happy Valentine’s Day, and Happy Friday Day!Continue reading
We finished the 5th and final Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle yesterday! My (almost) 6 and (almost) 4 year old adored these stories. We listened to them all as an Audiobook in the car.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Continue reading
I loved this book! I felt completely immersed in the story, almost like a gray (ghost) following behind Alex everywhere she went. And man, she is a feisty character! At first I wasn’t sure I was going to like her, but she definitely had me rooting for her once I got to know her.
Now, the goodreads description led me to believe this was just a college sorority drama, but I was mislead. This is a ghost story. It is filled with magic and Alex gets her chance at redemption working for the ninth society, whose job is to police the other 8 whose magic can sometimes be harmful.
Some of these things were just plain spooky!
I really enjoyed the story, the atmosphere, the characters and their relations. I loved Alex and her snarky comments and her refusal to give up.
I definitely recommend this one for anyone who loves a good magic, haunting, ghost story.
Read on, my lovely friends!
Happy New Year and Merry Holidays! We are coming to the end of 2019 very rapidly and I thought I would write one more post just to brag… I put that trampoline together with the help of my 5 year old, and I crocheted the socks and tea set in time for Christmas. I am very proud of myself for what I’ve accomplished these last few weeks!Continue reading
My kids and I read a lot of books together. Some of the books are recommended by their homeschool curriculum and others are just for fun. Here are the most memorable ones from the last few weeks:Continue reading
This is where I share my favorite quotes from the books I am or have been reading. It’s been a while, since I shared one of these.Continue reading
For generations people have believed that the Wolf watches over them and will destroy their village if they forget their place, if they forget that no one is better than anyone else, if they forget that desire and dreams are selfish and dangerous.
Senla cannot help but wish for a little beauty, a little color in her life. But the day she steps too far over the line, the Wolf attacks her village and destroys everything she thought she knew.