Archives by Tag 'Children’s Books'



Jackson Rathbone is a Pretty Woman January 31, 2012 | Discussion, Television, Twilight
jacksonrathboneSo I was watching Criminal Minds last night.  I never watched when it was on tv regularly, but lately I’ve been into watching the repeats and marathons on ion or a&e.  What I like about Criminal Minds is that they aren’t just looking for a boogey man, but they are also interested and rely on

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Back in the Day and New Breaking Dawn Trailer September 15, 2011 | Back in the Day, Jacob Black, Meme, Twilight
sallyjfreedman-jbSally J. Freedman as Herself I can’t tell you how much I adored this book and many other Blume books as a child. I vividly remember reading this book until the spine was all broken and the edges were in tatters. I think I loved this one because Sally reminded me so much of myself

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Back in the Day I Used to Love 9.12.2011 May 12, 2011 | Back in the Day, Fiction, Meme
theresaboyinthegirlsbathroom-lsSynopsis: Fifth grader Bradley Chalkers is bright, imaginative, antisocial and friendless. Unlike the kids at school, who hate him, Bradley’s collection of chipped and broken little pottery animals allows him to be brave, smart and vulnerable; he uses them to resolve the rejection of peers and adults. Jeff, a new boy at school, offers friendship

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Review: Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin May 11, 2011 | Books to Movie, Fiction, Reviews, Romance
somethingborrowed-egPublisher: St. Martin’s Griffin Copyright: 2004 Published: March 29, 2011 Pages: 403 Form: Paperback Author: Emily Giffin Buy The Book: B&N | Book Depository Rachel White is the consummate good girl. A hard-working attorney at a large Manhattan law firm and a diligent maid of honor to her charmed best friend Darcy, Rachel has always

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Review: If You Were My Man by Francis Ray May 9, 2011 | Black Fiction, Fiction, Reviews, Romance
ifyouweremyman-frPublisher: St. Martin’s Griffin Copyright: 2010 Published: March 2, 2010 Pages: 322 Form: Paperback Author: Francis Ray Buy The Book: B&N | Book Depository Nathalyia Fontaine has been the sole proprietor of the restaurant Fontaine since her husband died four years ago. She hasn’t dated anyone in all those years, choosing not to open her

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Back In The Day I Used to LOVE: 8.28.11 April 28, 2011 | Back in the Day, Meme
thepainandthegreatone-jb  Synopsis: An eight-year-old girl, “The Great One,” and her six-year-old brother, “The Pain,” state their cases about each other and who is best loved by their parents. Why I Loved this Book: I’m really not even sure what age I was when I first read this book, suffice it to say I was really

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