Last year I put together a book display called Blind Date with a Book. I found the idea through another librarian's post and thought it was great. Last year I wrapped 19 books and 15 books were checked out. We asked that people reviewed the book but unfortunately only two people returned reviews.
Last year's books included:
In the Hot Zone by Kevin SitesNight by Elie WieselTom Clancy's Ghost Recon by Daivd MichaelsMacbeth by ShakespearA Million Little Pieces by James FreyWolf Hall by Hilary MantelAn Inconvenient Truth by Al GoreUnder the Dome by Stephen KingLawless by Nora RobertsThe Sinatra Files by Tom KuntzThe Help by Kathryn StockettThe Dante Club by Matthew PearlFord County by John GrishamThe Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel BarberyThe Postmistress by Sarah BlakeA Beautiful Mind by Sylvia NasarHide & Seek by James PattersonA Vintage Affair by Isabel WolfGorgeous East by Robert Girardi
Most of these books were ones that I either had read or wanted to read. But…
Title: Faith Shift: Finding Your Way Forward When Everything You Believe is Coming Apart Author: Kath Escobar Date Finished: October 20 Stars: 4 of 5 Review: Interesting read, really shed some light on some of the things I'm going through with my faith right now.
Title: Meg (MEG #1) Author: Steve Alten Date Finished: October 3 Stars: 4 o…
When I was deciding to come back to the blog I was looking through all the blogging memes that the blogs I read follow. I had done Book Beginnings and The Friday 56 a handful of times, but over at Mixed Book Bag, JC merged them together and I really like that idea. So borrowing from her I'm going to start linking up to both Book Beginnings on Friday from Rose City Reader and The Friday 56 with Freda's Voice.
This week the book What Happenedby Hillary Rodham Clinton caught my eye.
Deep breath. Feel the air fill my lungs. This is the right thing to do. The country needs to see what our democracy still works, no matter how painful this is. Breathe out. Scream later.
On Page 56:
Both major political parties, despite the madness of their respective nominating processes,nearly always managed to weed out the most extreme candidates. Before 2016, we'd never elected a President who flagrantly refused to abide by the basic standards of democracy and decency. Verdict: