The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse [Charlie Mackesy]

For a book that had a fox in it, I have to say I'm rather disappointed that I hated The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse. Charlie Mackesy's book ended up as the book of choice at Barnes and Noble, which is perhaps the only reason I knew it existed in the first…

Little Rabbit Foo Foo [Michael Rosen]

It's wild to me how easily one can forget huge staples of their childhood. Then, somehow, one tiny reminder bursts up out of nowhere and suddenly the memories all come rushing back. I cannot for the life of me recall why Little Rabbit Foo Foo, this particular version by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Arthur…

Crime Puzzles [Diane Vogt]

I've always been a huge fan of puzzles and brain teasers. My curiosity was piqued when I came across Crime Puzzles: Short Forensic Mysteries to Challenge Your Inner Amateur Detective. Part of a series of 60-Second Brain Teasers by M. Diane Vogt, this was certainly an intriguing collection, though I think 60 seconds is a…

Einstein: The Poetry of Real [Marwan Kahil]

Reading Albert Einstein: The Poetry of Real by Marwan Kahil is is the first time I've delved into reading a biography that is also a graphic novel. Illustrated by Manuel Garcia Inglesias, it's actually a pretty beautiful work. I've honestly been fairly conflicted on how I would rate and review this since reading it. On…