"Jemma knows who the murderer is. She knows because he told her. He thought his secret was safe because Jemma can't speak or move. But Jemma observes all kinds of things about everyone around her. His secret is just one of them. And when a new technology means she may be able to communicate and … Continue reading I Have No Secrets-Penny Joelson
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Alice misses her sister and really wants her to come home for Christmas. Lucy, a hard working political campaigner is about to have all her years of work pay off now that her boss is entering the White House. She hasn't been home in many years and just isn't ready to face the memories. Alice … Continue reading The Second Sister by Marie Bostwick-Book Review
This book caught my attention months ago. I had a few others that I wanted to read first but every night this cover kept popping into my mind. The book seemed to be calling out and demanding my attention so I dropped everything else and went and got the book lol. I mean, what else … Continue reading The Guest Room-Chris Bohjalian
A story about Metis Women's connection to the land. Written and illustrated by Leah Dorion, translated in Michif-Cree by Rita Flamand. This book is filled with beautiful artwork Relatives With Roots: A Story About Metis Women's Connections to the Land is a heartfelt story about a Metis grandmother who takes her granddaughter out into the … Continue reading Relatives With Roots
We do family reading in our house every day. Our read alouds are usually done in the evening either sitting around the table snacking, curled up on the couch or with all of us in my daughters bed after everyone is ready for bed. This is something I implemented almost 3 three years ago that … Continue reading Dinosaurs In Her Pool?