Book Review: Lips Touch, Three Times by Laini Taylor and Jim Di Bartolo

Tweet The kisses in Lips Touch, Three Times are not the absent-minded pecks on the cheek, expressions of friendship kinds of kisses. The kisses in these stories are sometimes shy, but also passionate, desperate, and full of longing and expectation. … Continue reading

Book Review: Lymeria and Falcon’s Prey by Kristina Coia

Tweet Several readers sent in reviews of Lymeria and Falcon’s Prey by author Kristina Coia. A Mother’s Review I would like to tell you about Kristina Coia’s books, Lymeria and Falcon’s Prey. They are simply wonderful. The stories take you on  fascinating journeys … Continue reading

Book Review: Dragonsong by Anne McCaffrey

Tweet I received this review from a mom who recommends this series for mother-daughter book clubs. I’d like to recommend Anne McCaffrey’s young adult series for your 8-12th grade range. I don’t see anything else I recognize as science fantasy, … Continue reading

Book Review: Fern Verdant and the Silver Rose by Diana Leszczynski

Tweet Both of Fern’s parents, Olivier and Lily, are world-famous botanists. In fact, Lily’s uncanny ability to help nearly extinct species keeps her constantly on the go to exotic locations. But Fern isn’t happy always playing second fiddle to plants. … Continue reading

Book Review: The Fetch by Laura Whitcomb

Tweet The Fetch by Laura Whitcomb Calder left his human life when he was only nineteen, and in the 300+ years since then he has been a Fetch, a being sent to guide humans to the afterworld when they die. … Continue reading

Book Review: Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

Tweet Catherine and I recently finished Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones for our mother-daughter book club. We had not read a fantasy tale for a few years, and it was fun to set off into another world for … Continue reading

Book Review: The Book of Nonsense by David Michael Slater

Tweet The Book of Nonsense by David Michael Slater is a treat for mystery lovers, magic lovers and just general book lovers. Daphna and her twin Dexter are as different as twins can be. Daphna loves books and volunteers reading … Continue reading

Book Review: Savvy by Ingrid Law

Tweet I recently read Savvy by Ingrid Law with my daughter Catherine, who’s 14. We both liked it, and we thought it finds an interesting balance between realistic and fantasy fiction while giving the reader lots to think about. It’s … Continue reading

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...