Book Description: What’s inside the set: A how-to guide . . . Dot Journaling—A Practical Guide explains how to start and keep a dot journal—a planner, to-do list, and diary that will help you get your life together. You decide what goes inside: Lists of your to-dos, to-don’ts, and more, Symbols that will make those … Continue reading DOT JOURNALING, A PRACTICAL GUIDE, by Rachel Wilkerson Miller, The Experiment Publishing
Book for painting watercolors.
Book Description: In 1986, Eddie and his friends are just kids on the verge of adolescence. They spend their days biking around their sleepy English village and looking for any taste of excitement they can get. The chalk men are their secret code: little chalk stick figures they leave for one another as messages only … Continue reading THE CHALK MAN, by C.J. Tudor, Crown Publishing
Description: When her seventeenth summer solstice arrives, Brienna desires only two things: to master her passion and to be chosen by a patron. Growing up in the southern Kingdom of Valenia at the renowned Magnalia House should have prepared her for such a life. While some are born with an innate talent for one of … Continue reading THE QUEEN’S RISING, by Rebecca Ross, Harper Teen, ARC Review
VIDEO SNEEK PEEK Description: What did she see? It’s been ten long months since Anna Fox last left her home. Ten months during which she has haunted the rooms of her old New York house like a ghost, lost in her memories, too terrified to step outside. Anna’s lifeline to the real world is her … Continue reading THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW, by A.J. Finn, William Morrow / Harper Collins Publishers, ARC Review
Heda Margolius Kovály (1919–2010) was a renowned Czech writer and translator born to Jewish parents. Her best-selling memoir, Under a Cruel Star: A Life in Prague, 1941–1968 has been translated into more than a dozen languages. Her crime novel Innocence; or, Murder on Steep Street—based on her own experiences living under Stalinist oppression—was named an … Continue reading HITLER, STALIN and I, An Oral History, Heda Margolius Kovaly and Helena Trestikova, Translated by Ivan Margolius, Doppelhouse Press
Description: New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Chiaverini illuminates the fascinating life of Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace—Lord Byron’s daughter, the world’s first computer programmer, and a woman whose exceptional contributions to science and technology have been too long unsung. The only legitimate child of Lord Byron, the most brilliant, revered, and scandalous of … Continue reading ENCHANTRESS OF NUMBERS, By Jennifer Chiaverini, Penguin Random House, Dutton, ARC Review