Daisy’s Big Night by Sandra V. Feder/Book Review

Daisy’s Big Night by Sandra V. FederIllustrator: Susan MitchellPublisher: Kids Can PressLength: 116 pagesGenre: Children’s FictionSource: eBook Release Date: March 1, 2014 I read Daisy’s Big Night as part of my read aloud task for children in my school district. Daisy is a huge lover of words, and shares a fun night at a poetryContinue reading “Daisy’s Big Night by Sandra V. Feder/Book Review”

Book Review/Obit: Poems by Victoria Chang

Obit: Poems by Victoria ChangPublisher: Copper Canyon PressLength: 120 pagesAcquired through ScribdGenre: PoetryRelease Date: April 7, 2020 My Thoughts Death is a serious topic to discuss. Writing about the death of a parent is equal parts difficult and a testimony of strength. In ‘Obit’, Victoria Chang’s poetry expressed the loss of her mother in stunningContinue reading “Book Review/Obit: Poems by Victoria Chang”

‘The Riot Grrrl Thing’ by Sara Larsen/A Review

The Riot Grrrl Thing by Sara LarsenPublisher: Roof BooksLength: 112 pagesGenre: PoetryRelease Date: March 30, 2019 My Thoughts The Riot Grrrl Thing by Sara Larsen reflects back to time of punk rock and female empowerment. Reading her poetry collection brought me back to my high school years in the 1990s, when Bikini Kill and NirvanaContinue reading “‘The Riot Grrrl Thing’ by Sara Larsen/A Review”

The Wheel of Life Always Turns

This post is a Six Word Saturday contribution. Please check out Debbie’s source post here. The original source for Today my husband and I attended a birthday party. It was for a 1 year old, and when it comes to babies at parties, he was certainly calm! He had cake for the first time today,Continue reading “The Wheel of Life Always Turns”

Doylestown Saturday Trip, and Meeting Toi Derricotte

I hope everyone is having a good week so far! Last weekend I had a fun trip to Doylestown Bookshop! Andy and I decided to make Saturday a ‘bookish excursion’, since we were also attending a poetry reading in Frenchtown that evening. It’s been a couple weeks since I last visited Doylestown, so when weContinue reading “Doylestown Saturday Trip, and Meeting Toi Derricotte”