ARC Review: The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen

Genre: Fairy Tale/Fantasy I 100% am writing this post while listening to The Little Mermaid soundtrack by the way. Since the announcement of the live action The Little Mermaid film the mermaid mania has kicked it up 100 fold. And it's already been a hype storm. My daughter loves swimming and since she was young … Continue reading ARC Review: The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen

Juliet’s Corner: Sulwe by Lupita Nyong’o and Vashti Harrison

I took a little break yesterday and didn't update. I'm sure you all missed me dearly lmao. I'm back today with Juliet's Corner! My beautiful friend Miri sent Juliet this book and I am so happy and grateful. Thank you Miri!!! The book this week is: Sulwe by Lupita Nyong’o and Vashti Harrison Sulwe has skin … Continue reading Juliet’s Corner: Sulwe by Lupita Nyong’o and Vashti Harrison

Book Review: The Witches by Roald Dahl

I remember watching The Witches frequently as a child and being both delighted and terrified. There's something about it that ensnares you from the start. As the book states this is no fairy tale. A happy ending is most likely not in sight. For the witches are terrifying inhumane creatures made of darkness and dust … Continue reading Book Review: The Witches by Roald Dahl

Series of the Week: Clue by A.E. Parker (Creator), Eric Weiner

Welcome to Series of the Week! This week went by fast but not fast enough and I work the next 4 days lmao. Yay me, yay money! Honestly...yesterday was a travesty and I need like 5 shots stat. This week's series of the week is probably was kick started my love of mysteries. I had … Continue reading Series of the Week: Clue by A.E. Parker (Creator), Eric Weiner

Series of the Week: Amelia’s Notebooks by Marissa Moss

Remember Scholastic book fairs at elementary school? Your teacher cutting a lesson early and herding you and your classmates into the blinding white room where mountains and piles, and stacks of books were being sold. The rush, the excitement, the life. It made me want to just pick a book at random and breathe and … Continue reading Series of the Week: Amelia’s Notebooks by Marissa Moss

Juliet’s Corner: David Gets In Trouble by David Shannon

Happy Saturday! Another entry of Juliet's Corner 🙂 Last Christmas Juliet asked for these books known as David. I imagine she read them in school and was hooked lol. Julie is my only child and the first grandchild so you can't even imagine the level of spoiling she gets. I always ask for friends and … Continue reading Juliet’s Corner: David Gets In Trouble by David Shannon

ARC Review: A Royal Guide to Monster Slaying by Kelley Armstrong

source I've heard so many fantastic things about Kelley Armstrong but have never had the time to check out any of her books, I was so happy to see this available on Netgalley and I was not disappointed at all. First of all, the cover art is so cute and such a joy to see! … Continue reading ARC Review: A Royal Guide to Monster Slaying by Kelley Armstrong

Juliet’s Corner: Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth by Sanjay Patel and Emily Haynes

Welcome to another wonderful Saturday of Juliet's corner :). Today our fab seven year old has picked out a beautifully illustrated book about the Hindu God Ganesha. I believe one of my dear friends bought this book for her when she was young and I thank which one of them did because I don't remember. … Continue reading Juliet’s Corner: Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth by Sanjay Patel and Emily Haynes

ARC Review: A World Full of Spooky Stories by Angela McAllister

A World Full of Spooky Stories is such a delightful book to read and gaze upon. This is a great folklore anthology for all ages alike and although starts with the fairy tale that we're all quite familiar with, travels and showcases tall tales from all over the globe Some of my personal favorites are: … Continue reading ARC Review: A World Full of Spooky Stories by Angela McAllister

Juliet’s Corner: Henry’s Show and Tell by Nancy Carlson and Pete The Cat by James Dean

This is the second installment of Juliet's Corner 🙂 Happy Saturday! She read two books today and was herself more than ever. Lol, I love her so very much. Our first book is Henry's Show and Tell by Nancy Carlson 🙂 click here to add to your next great read Juliet's Review #1: Me: Did … Continue reading Juliet’s Corner: Henry’s Show and Tell by Nancy Carlson and Pete The Cat by James Dean