Children's fiction

American as Paneer Pie by Supriya Kelkar

I am not a teenage girl, and I was not born in a country where my forefathers (and mothers) could not trace they ancestry back to, but there was something so relatable about this book that I read it in almost one stretch, wanting to see it all the way through. The one bias I… Continue reading American as Paneer Pie by Supriya Kelkar

Children's fiction, Young Adult/Children

Willa and the Whale by Chad Morris; Shelly Brown

I may not read a lot of books targeting a younger audience, but I do try and pick up the ones I feel interested in. I recently really enjoyed one but did not gel entirely with it. We have a precocious main character who is well versed in Marine Biology because of her mother. The… Continue reading Willa and the Whale by Chad Morris; Shelly Brown

Children's fiction, Fantasy, Uncategorized

The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde

Narrated by: Elizabeth Jasicki I stumbled on this multiple times before I decided to give it a shot also since I once again forgot that the next two books were not available to me at this time, I will probably only listening to this one and may look out for the others. That may seem like… Continue reading The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde

Children's fiction

The Haunting of Elmwood Manor (Pekin Dewlap Mystery #1) by Pamela McCord

This book had a very large scope of possibilities. The children, (although they are teens and one of them drives, their conversations made me feel like they existed in a separate younger world) have been friends since as far as they can remember. The story jumps right into the premise, providing us with information about… Continue reading The Haunting of Elmwood Manor (Pekin Dewlap Mystery #1) by Pamela McCord