Arnica the Duck Princess [Ervin Lázár]

I finished reading Arnica the Duck Princess by Ervin Lázár, an old Hungarian children's story, just a few hours after I picked it up and within moments of it decided that I was utterly and hopelessly in love with this so adorable I could die story. I don't really know what I expected when I requested this…

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J. K. Rowling [Caroline Moss]

I really love the idea and purpose behind the book J. K. Rowling by Caroline Moss and illustrated by Sinam Erkas. It's an illustrated biography detailing pieces of J. K. Rowling's life and her journey toward becoming a published author and one of the most influential people in the world. Her words have reached billions and her…

To Kill a Kingdom [Alexandra Cristo]

“You are a little heartless today, aren't you?" "Never," I say. "There are seventeen under my bed.” The sirens once had complete power over the world, but now they only rule the seas. Lira, known to the humans above as the Princes' Bane for her history of ripping the hearts of young Princes from their…

At Least He Wasn’t Hitting You [Greg McVicker]

 Trigger Warning: abuse. I've put off reviewing At Least He Wasn't Hitting You by Greg McVicker for a lot longer than I normally would due to the nature of the book and the volatile, sensitive topic that it discusses. Normally, this would not be a huge issue for me as I find these books important, but unfortunately, At…