Month: May 2017 Archive

Two tiny books, two elusive films, two fascinating women

Posted about 2 years ago by Natalie Draper
Posted in Book Reviews, Film
I somehow ended up with these two curiously linked books at the same time without first realizing the connection they shared. Content and style wise they are quite different, but […]
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Rainy May Reflections

Posted about 2 years ago by Laura Price
I once worked for one of the big box bookstores. During training I was told that, when helping a customer find a potential purchase, I should put the book, movie, […]
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Happy Mother’s Day!

Posted about 2 years ago by Natalie Draper
I don’t know about you, dear readers, but my mom gave me my love of libraries, reading, and sharing books. Growing up in a military family we moved a lot […]
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“The Best We Could Do”

Posted about 2 years ago by Laura Price
Posted in Book Reviews | Tagged with ,
I am just about half-way through an excellent graphic novel called “The Best We Could Do.” It’s the memoir of a Vietnamese refugee named Thi Bui, who recounts the struggles […]
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