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Book Review: Anne Of Green Gables (Anne Of Green Gables Book #1) by L.M. Montgomery

Summary: A vivacious young girl named Anne is unexpectedly adopted by a middle-aged couple who initially wanted a boy to help out with work on their farm. Red-headed Anne Shirley comes into their lives instead and through her enlightening and entertaining adventures, turns Green Gables on its head (for the better). Page length: (depends on… Continue reading Book Review: Anne Of Green Gables (Anne Of Green Gables Book #1) by L.M. Montgomery

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Book Review: What Maisie Knew by Henry James 

I saw the 2013 movie version of James' classic story about a year ago and, at the time, had zero idea it was based on a book. Let alone a classic book. Fast forward a few years and the novel joins the ranks of the wonderful Dollar Tree books I've accumulated, and I finally finished… Continue reading Book Review: What Maisie Knew by Henry James 

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Book Review: Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

This kid's book is a little weird and didn't really meet whatever expectations I had for it. Originally published 54 years ago in 1963, Sendak's story follows a rather badly behaved little boy named Max who, after another obnoxious episode, is sent to his room without supper (pretty harsh but hey). Max soon finds himself… Continue reading Book Review: Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

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I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead: 15 Short Books For Busy People

Being busy is different for everyone. Some may use it as an excuse to get out of an event they don’t want to go to, some may actually be busy with commitments and everyday life, and some may be caught smack down in the middle. For the book lover, however, being busy can at times be… Continue reading I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead: 15 Short Books For Busy People

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Feel The Joy Of Spring With These 7 Books

Springtime is a season that has joy and bright colors written all over it. Easter takes place during spring, new flowers begin to emerge, and, in a majority of places, the weather is simply breathtaking. If you’re as thrilled about the birth of spring in 2017, these books will satisfy your love for the bright… Continue reading Feel The Joy Of Spring With These 7 Books

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5 Great Books To Help You Get Your Mind Off Reality

We all need a good escape every now and then. What better way to do that than through books and literature? Let me know which books help you get your mind off the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life in the comments!   1. A Sand County Almanac (Outdoor Essays & Reflections) by Aldo Leopold This is… Continue reading 5 Great Books To Help You Get Your Mind Off Reality

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13 Book Quotes That Perfectly Describe Heartbreak

Falling in love is always the easy part. It's exciting, it's scary, and it can be wonderfully life-changing. Though if you give your heart to someone who's not worthy of taking care of it the way it should be cherished, the aftermath can be a pain all its own.   1. “Indeed — why should I not… Continue reading 13 Book Quotes That Perfectly Describe Heartbreak

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A Mother’s Love: 9 Sweet Book Quotes About Motherhood

We don’t need a holiday to tell our moms and maternal figures how much we love them; we should tell them everyday! Even if your mama isn’t as crazy of a bookworm as you, I have no doubt she will still love the following sweet book quotes all about the joy and love of motherhood:… Continue reading A Mother’s Love: 9 Sweet Book Quotes About Motherhood

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Book Review: A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens

Christmas is the perfect time to open up a classic holiday story that you’ve been meaning to read for what seems like centuries. Recently, I picked up Charles Dickens classic story, A Christmas Carol. Boy, oh boy was this one a challenge for me. First off, I want to say that, overall, I enjoyed the… Continue reading Book Review: A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens

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Upcoming Sylvia Plath Film To Offer An Intimate Peek Inside ‘The Bell Jar’ Of Depression

I have long been an admirer of Sylvia Plath, both personally and professionally, ever since I was exposed to her second collection of poetic works, Ariel. In this classic masterpiece are the pieces of a woman’s soul, bit by bit bleeding onto the page and ultimately brought to the hands of a reader. Sadly, I think… Continue reading Upcoming Sylvia Plath Film To Offer An Intimate Peek Inside ‘The Bell Jar’ Of Depression