What’s the best thing you read in February?
A good chunk of my personality is how much I love Little Women, and I generally am interested in book adaptations/re-tellings/modernizations because I think it’s interesting to see how much Little Women has resonated with authors
Christmas isn’t Christmas without any presents, and Aryssa isn’t Aryssa without Little Women.
Will I ever stop raving about the new adaption of Little Women? No.
I could not start this new feature of 2020 without talking about the movie adaptation that is quite literally keeping me up at nigh
What are the hidden messages in your favorite children’s books? What did CS Lewis really want to convey about Christianity in his Narnia books? How did Charlotte’s Web change the way kid talk about death?
These bookish mugs are must-haves for readers who drink coffee constantly and are all less than $20 to buy today.
Reading about war can be difficult, but it can also be illuminating, which is why I included a book about an American war as one of the prompts for this year’s FFL reading challenge
What’s a book set in your state that didn’t make my list?