Rosa Parks (Little People, Big Dreams) [Lisbeth Kaiser]

The thing that really gets me about Rosa Parks by Lisbeth Kaiser and illustrated by Marta Antelo is the fact that the story of her life and her accomplishments is told primarily in pictures. While I realize most children are quite visual, I don't understand why this book, as opposed to the one on Stephen Hawking,…

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Roomies [Christina Lauren]; Throwback Thursday

I won Roomies by Christina Lauren in a Goodreads giveaway some time before I actually sat down and read it. The funny thing is that I was actually exceedingly surprised by how much I enjoyed the story. I tend to shy away from romance, especially any sort of novel that includes sex scenes in it. They…

Song of the Dead [Sarah Glenn Marsh]; 2019 YA Releases

I never read the first book for the series that Song of the Dead by Sarah Glenn Marsh is the sequel to, so I have to admit that the synopsis for this one was a little bit confusing. I don't understand anything about this world, exactly, and the concept of the dead that was discussed doesn't…