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reviewed Making Toast. July 13, 2010
Making Toast
Roger Rosenblatt is an accomplished journalist, novelist and playwright.  It is from this depth of writing talent that Rosenblatt eloquently recounts the days, weeks and months that follow …
Secret Life of Bees
This is a coming-of-age story, a powerful testimony to the redeeming quality of friendship among women and a wonderful reminder how love can heal. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves women's …
reviewed On Becoming Baby Wise. June 23, 2010
On Becoming Baby Wise
Written by Dr. Robert Bucknam and Gary Ezzo, this introduction to the Babywise series is a manual for the anti-attachment style of parenting.   The author himself states, "Not everything …
NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children
NutureShock by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman is able to go where few parenting books have gone.  This criticism of where today's parents have arrived, the era of no-fail, all special, all achiever …
A must-read for ANYONE who is thinking about starting thier own business.  This is classic entreprenurial homework and can save someone a host of headaches and heartaches.  Easy to read and …
reviewed The Bean Trees. June 23, 2010
The Bean Trees
In this short novel, we meet pioneer Taylor Greer. Clear-eyed and spirited, she grew up poor in rural Kentucky with two goals: to avoid pregnancy and to get away. She succeeds on both counts when …
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life
Who knew gardening could be so exciting?  Barbara Kingsolver and her family make the trek back east to live more simply and connected to the earth.  Beginning with crisis-of-conscience …
reviewed The World Without Us. June 23, 2010
The World Without Us
Alan Weisman manages to expand your mind, calm some fears and create a dialogue where none has been before.  The World Without Us is not another doom and gloom book, but …
reviewed Hooway for Wodney Wat. June 23, 2010
Hooway for Wodney Wat
At the PS 142 Elementary School for Rodents, Rodney Rat is shy and insecure, all because of his inability to pronounce the letter "R".  This adorable rodent is the butt …
In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
Michael Pollan is a terrific writer.  His other books have become favorites of mine, but this book is, hands down, the best.  As my husband stated, "He makes complicated stuff easy …
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