Before creating this shopping website, I actively published book reviews and recommendations at various communities around the web. Below is a quick list of some of these articles and posts. Hope you see something you like.
♦ Picture Books for Children (or for grown ups who like to read them):
- “The Eagles Are Back” : Jean Craighead George tells the story of how the American bald eagle was saved from extinction.
- “Annie and the Old One” : Written by Miska Miles. It is an introduction to the customs and traditions of the Navajo people and touches upon a very sensitive subject for children: explaining the death of a loved one.
- “The Emperor and the Kite”: Jane Yolen tells the tale of a young child who saved a kingdom all because she knew how to fly a kite. So the next time someones says to you “Go fly a kite!”, just imagine yourself on a secret mission saving an empire.
♦ Like hot and exciting reads? Suspense Thrillers or Romance? Eh! Take both!
- FC Etier Writes Political Thrillers : “The Tourist Killer” was FC Etier’s first novel; followed up by “The Presidents Club”. Two novels written for those who enjoy a web of conspiracy and intrigue with lots of political overtones.
- Two Thrillers and One Romance : Just the titles of these books should tempt you. “Power Of Persuasion”; “Trusting Evil”; and “All the Beautiful Sinners”. Which one do you think is the romance? 🙂
- Irresistible Historical Romance Novels : “A Rose in Winter” and “Shanna” ~ Both books authored by the late Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, the lady who pioneered the historical romance genre and should be credited with it being one of the most popular book genres, based on book sales in the USA.
♦ History or Mystery? – I’m flexible!
- Dickens Junction Mystery Series : Love Charles Dickens and murder mysteries? Perfect!
- The Roman Mysteries by Caroline Lawrence : History and mystery set in the ancient Roman empire, written to encourage children to learn history but adults will equally fascinated.
- Book Selections From the Vintage Series : Choose from reading about the American Civil War to life in 1930s Bombay.
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Now that you’ve picked your book (or books), settle down for some good reading! 🙂