Book Review: If I Understood You Would I Have This Look On My Face by Alan Alda

Tweet A book that claims to be about helping people communicate better has a tall order to fill. To live up to it’s claim, it has to do an excellent job of communicating to the reader. It helps if amusing … Continue reading

Book Review: Wicked Wonders by Ellen Klages

Tweet A young girl who identifies with the witch instead of the princess, board games that have real-life consequences, a summer at camp that turns out to be memorable in more than the usual way. Each of the 14 short … Continue reading

Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett

Tweet Elvis Babbitt has a head for science, but that doesn’t help her figure out how to navigate the world in the days after her mother drowned while sleepwalking. Her school counselor encourages her to go through the stages of … Continue reading

Book Review and Recipe: But My Family Would Never Eat Vegan! by Kristy Turner

Tweet Even in a time when finding tasty dishes for vegans is getting easier, it can still be a challenge to convince family members to embrace vegan foods. Usually, meat eaters or even vegetarians are more focused on what they … Continue reading

Book Review: 300 Things I Hope by Iain S. Thomas

Tweet “I hope you are touched by the smallest gesture of friendship.” “I hope it feels like your muscles are singing when you exercise.” “I hope you learn the difference between the easy thing, the hard thing, the smart thing … Continue reading

Book Review: Living Large in Our Little House by Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell

Tweet When Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell and her husband Dale built their 480 sq. ft. home on a lake in the Ozarks, they had no idea they would end up living in it full time, or that they would be at the … Continue reading

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