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I'm a SAHM of two, a board member of my son's charter school, and an avid reader. I am also an Amazon Vine member and the wife of a retired Coastie.

Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Why It's
   I'm an animal-lover. I have a cat, a dog, and a a fish that has lived abnormally long. I feed birds and hummingbirds in my back yard. I love spiders and will usually make sure they get …
reviewed Farlander. January 02, 2011
   Have you ever eaten a new dish, something you're not familiar with as a whole, but where each bite reminds you of a different dish? That's what reading Farlander was like for me - …
reviewed Midnight Riot. January 02, 2011
Midnight Riot
   First, let me just say - Harry Dresden this is *not*. Comparing Peter Grant to Dresden is like comparing Wonder Bread (Grant) to Pumpernickel (Dresden). Totally different flavors, textures …
reviewed Disney Epic Mickey (Wii). December 27, 2010
Disney Epic Mickey (Wii)
   I was given Epic Mickey as a Christmas gift by my son, and have spent several hours playing as of now. The concept of the game is absolutely incredible, and I love the graphics. The story …
Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home
   Imagine the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Thousands of people displaced and in danger. Families separated and unsure where to go or what to do. A government in chaos, unable (at least initially) …
America the Edible: A Hungry History, from Sea to
   “America the Edible” is a book that’s hard to categorize. It’s a travelogue - sort of. It’s a cookbook - a little bit. It’s a memoir - certainly. It’s …
Brain Candy: Science, Paradoxes, Puzzles, Logic,
   Most puzzles are based in some time of science, so you would think that the two would work quite well together. And in "Brain Candy", they do...sort of. It's definitely NOT …
Soul of a Lion: One Woman's Quest to Rescue
   How many of us have dreamed, at one time or another, of working with wild animals? When we were children, and we wanted to be a lion tamer, or a veterinarian. To work at a zoo, or even to …
Evolving in Monkey Town: How a Girl Who Knew All
   It seems fitting to review this book right now, considering that it is currently Banned Book Week. I have a feeling that many who consider themselves Christians, particularly those of the …
The Mental Floss History of the United States: The
   I was the kind of kid who hated history in school. All the dry, dull dates that were required to be memorized. Nothing exciting EVER happened in history, at least not as it was told to us …
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