500 Followers Celebration!!

I am so, so thankful for all of you! ☺️ I honestly can't believe I've made it this far. It's easy to lose motivation when blogging, but you guys make it worth it. Although followers are an awesome part of having a blog, one thing to always remember is that's not what it's all about. … Continue reading 500 Followers Celebration!!

I Am Malala ~Book Review~

I Am Malala By: Malala Yousafzai Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Slightly tainted (Topics to consider: terrorism, shootings, bombings, mention of stillbirth, blood, sexism, religion, surgery, and murder.) 5 Stars Wow. Just wow. I Am Malala is the autobiography of a young girl from Pakistan who stood up for women's rights and education and was … Continue reading I Am Malala ~Book Review~

Things Fall Apart ~Book Review~

I have finished my 5th book on my classical to-be-read list!!! If you haven’t seen my list, check it out here: Classics TBR to see what’s coming! Also, feel free to take a look at my other reviews from the list: The Alchemist, Animal Farm, Candide, and Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. Things Fall ApartBy: Chinua Achebe Cleanliness (See "About" … Continue reading Things Fall Apart ~Book Review~

Loblolly, Loblolly, You’re So Tall ~Book Review~

Loblolly, Loblolly, You're So Tall By: Mommy Moo Moo Ages 4 and under 3 stars This is a very different story. It is full of fairly random descriptive words that tell you about Loblollies. What are Loblollies? I had to look them up because this book never technically tells you (although you will probably figure … Continue reading Loblolly, Loblolly, You’re So Tall ~Book Review~

Haibu: Lost in New York ~Book Review~

Haibu: Lost in New York By: Blake Freeman Topics to consider: disobeying parents, mention of blood, orphans, and animal abuse. 4.5 stars This book is so adorable and teaches very, very obvious lessons. Haibu is a little girl who disobeys her parents, gets lost, and changes New York for good. The story teaches that animals … Continue reading Haibu: Lost in New York ~Book Review~

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ~Book Review~

I have finished my fourth book on my classical to-be-read list!!! I'm so proud of myself. Haha. If you haven't seen my list, check it out here: Classics TBR to see what's coming! Also, feel free to take a look at my other reviews from the list: The Alchemist, Animal Farm, and Candide. The Strange … Continue reading The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ~Book Review~

Second-Chance Dogs ~Book Review~

Second-Chance Dogs Edited By: Callie Smith Grant Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean (Topics to consider: abuse, still-birth, disease, religion, and death.) 4.5 stars This book really hurt. It really, really hurt, but that's mostly on me for bad timing. I guess hurting is not a bad thing because it can ultimately lead to … Continue reading Second-Chance Dogs ~Book Review~

A Brush With Death ~Book Review~

A Brush With Death By: Ali Carter Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Yuck (10+ curse words. Other content: smoking, drinking, mention of sex, descriptions of privates, religion, murder, and death.) 3.5 stars This book was simply odd. I think I expected too much of it. There was mystery, a tiny bit of romance, and humor; … Continue reading A Brush With Death ~Book Review~

Crack Yourself Up ~Book Review~

Crack Yourself Up - Jokes for Kids By: Sandy Silverthorne Expected Publication: August 21, 2018 5 Stars Q: What steals your stuff while you're in the bathtub?  A: A robber ducky! What an adorable, little book! This book is filled with hilarious knock-knock jokes, funny stories, and tons of play-on words! Yes, of course there … Continue reading Crack Yourself Up ~Book Review~

Harry Potter – You’re Not Good Enough ~Book Tag~

I have been dying to do this tag every since I saw it Laura's blog (Live Love Read) a long time ago! I haven't been able to get to until now! The You’re Not Good Enough Tag was created by ReadLikeWildfire and Beccathebookreviewer! Laura had the idea to make it a Harry Potter edition! Rules: Write 30 character names … Continue reading Harry Potter – You’re Not Good Enough ~Book Tag~

Chicken Hero ~Book Review~

Chicken HeroBy: Uyi Osifo Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean (Content to consider: mention of blood, mention of poop, drinking, bullying, and religion.) 2.5 Stars Uyi Osifo has a pretty amazing memory. Chicken Hero is a unorganized, random collection of he author's memories from when he lived in Nigeria. I enjoyed some of the … Continue reading Chicken Hero ~Book Review~

Joey ~Book Review~

Joey By: Jennifer Marshall Bleakley Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean (No cursing. Topics to consider: religion, animal abuse, abandonment, disease, mention of self-harm, extreme grief, and animal death.) 5 stars On the surface, Joey is a novel about a blind rescue horse that helps "emotionally wounded" children. Inside, it's so much more. This beautiful … Continue reading Joey ~Book Review~

The Mystery Blogger Award #2

I've been nominated for The Mystery Blogger Award a second time by the lovely María from Bookgraphy! Thank you! 😀 If you haven't seen my first award, check it out here: The Mystery Blogger Award. According to the creator, "the Mystery Blogger Award is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; … Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award #2

Blood Ties ~Book Review~

Blood Ties By: A.L. Wright Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Yuck (2+ curse words. Other content to consider: multiple descriptive kissing scenes, implied sex, blood, dead animals, descriptive battle scene, magic, and death.) 3.5 Stars This book is definitely for hard-core fantasy lovers. It's a fairly stereotypical fantasy novella, but not in a bad way. … Continue reading Blood Ties ~Book Review~

Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats ~Book Review~

Star Trek: The Next Generations Cats By: Jenny Parks Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Very Clean 4.5 stars Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats is an hilarious picture book for adults (or kids!) I think children would really love the pictures, but they definitely wouldn't understand the references. You really need to have watched Star Trek: … Continue reading Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats ~Book Review~

A Most Noble Heir ~Book Review~

A Most Noble Heir By: Susan Anne Mason Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Slightly Tainted (No cursing. Content to consider: religion, kissing, servitude, mention of characters cursing [not specific], drinking, birth, multiple implications of sex, kidnapping, and death.) 4.5 Stars First of all, I absolutely love this cover! It is very nicely done, and gave … Continue reading A Most Noble Heir ~Book Review~

Good Life, Good Death ~Book Review~

Good Life, Good Death By: Derek Humphry Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Slightly Tainted (1+ curse words. Other content to consider: assisted suicide, divorce, war, drugs, drinking, murder, cancer, non-descriptive sex, religion, and death.) 4 stars I went into Good Life, Good Death expecting a book about the right to die movement. It is not … Continue reading Good Life, Good Death ~Book Review~

One Stone Left Unturned ~Book Review~

One Stone Left Unturned By: Marianna Heusler Cleanliness (See "About" for scale): Slightly Tainted (4+ Curse Words and/or Euphemisms. Other content: bullying, car accident, dementia, hemophilia, family trouble, mention of dead body, magic, lying, murder, and death.) 4.5 stars One Stone Left Unturned was a story of mystery, history, sadness, and magic. The chapters alternated … Continue reading One Stone Left Unturned ~Book Review~

When Grandpa Gets Going ~Book Review~

When Grandpa Gets Going By: David Radman Ages 3+ Content to consider: burping and mention of monsters. 4.5 stars When Grandpa Gets Going is an adorable book that teaches kids about rhyming. It's a story about all the things Grandpa does with his grandchildren when they are over. Grandpa has lots of fun including: reading … Continue reading When Grandpa Gets Going ~Book Review~