Book Review: The Confidence Code For Girls by Katty Kay & Claire Shipman

Tweet Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, authors of the New York Times bestseller The Confidence Code, have created a new book on confidence especially for girls aged 8 to 12. Aimed at reaching girls at a stage in life when … 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 and Giveaway: Dear Teen Me, edited by E. Kristin Anderson and Miranda Kenneally

Tweet When you’re in high school, it’s easy to think that you and your friends are the only ones who have challenges and everyone else has it good. It’s also easy to think of adults you admire as falling into … Continue reading

Book Review: Dark Chocolate and the Journaler’s Soul: 17 Personal Journaling Stories for Healing and Growth by Mari McCarthy

Tweet Mari McCarthy, who has written many journaling books, including Who Are You? How to Use Journaling to Know and Grow Your Life, and Help for the Holidays: 7 Days of Journaling Ho! Ho! Ho! has a new book out … Continue reading

Book Review: The Power of Half by Kevin Salwen and Hannah Salwen

Tweet Have you ever wished you could do more to contribute to a cause or organization you really believed in? Kevin Salwen and his family took that desire and turned it into something tangible by selling their upscale home, downsizing … Continue reading

Book Review: The Heroine’s Bookshelf by Erin Blakemore

Tweet Imagine pairing some of your favorite heroines in literary history with their female authors and analyzing both the similarities and differences in their lives. That’s what Erin Blakemore has done in The Heroine’s Bookshelf: Life Lessons, From Jane Austen … Continue reading

Book Review: What I Would Tell Her, Edited by Andrea N. Richesin

Tweet The relationship between dads and their daughters is often complicated in ways neither understands or is likely to talk about much. A peek into the dad’s side of the equation can be glimpsed through a new collection of stories … Continue reading

Book Review: Because I Love Her, Edited by Andrea Richesin

Tweet Book giveaway closed; check this blog post for the winners and thanks for commenting. In honor of Mother’s Day on Sunday, I have two copies to give away of this great new anthology about mothers and daughters called Because … Continue reading

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