Book Review: The Nature Connection by Clare Walker Leslie

Book Review: The Nature Connection – An Outdoor Workbook for Kids, Families and Classrooms by Clare Walker Leslie304 pages; 7 3/4 x 9 1/4  ISBN: 978-1-60342-531-5Clare Walker Leslie is an artist and author of several books on nature journaling. Her newest book, The Nature Connection, is a workbook aimed at getting kids outdoors and exploring. […]

Zombies, Vampires, Ghosts and (Dark) Angels; Reviews Pending.

When it rains, it pours.  I get tons of book review requests in my inbox; many (most, it seems at times) aren’t for books in the sci-fi/fantasy/horror genre, so they go straight to the trash (the emails that is, not the books.  I don’t usually get those in advance).  Recently however, I received several requests […]

Participating in ‘One Book, One Twitter’

Jeff Howe, an editor at Wired magazine has started a project called ‘One Book, One Twitter‘; a world-wide book club of sorts in which the participants will post their comments following each section as Twitter feeds.  I just heard about this on NPR and decided to join since the book which won the nomination for […]

Lisey’s Story by Stephen King – Book Review

From the publisher: “Every marriage has two hearts, one light and one dark . . . Lisey Landon shared a profound and sometimes frightening intimacy with her husband, Scott, a celebrated bestselling novelist — and a man with many secrets. One was the place where his gifts of imagination came from, a place that could […]

Review – Un Lun Dun, by China Miéville

Review: Un Lun Dun by China Miéville; Del Rey Books, 2007 China Miéville‘s fourth novel, Un Lun Dun, is his first for young adult audiences. Miéville’s previous 4 novels, winners of the Arthur C. Clarke and Bram Stoker awards, are often categorized into the sub-genre of ‘steam-punk’. Un Lun Dun on the other hand, reads […]

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