Tag Archives: books

Books I Read – April 2022

By | May 4, 2022

Last month, I wasn’t thrilled with the books I read. It’s just crazy how I can be so enamored by a cover or a 2 sentence description and then as I read I feel really disconnected with the characters and/or the story line. Admittedly I’m bad about going into a book blindly without doing too… Read More »

Crayon Crunch – A Personalized Adventure Book for Every Child

By | May 18, 2015

Doesn’t every child deserve to go on an adventure? I am excited to announce that Crayon Crunch is launching a Kickstarter campaign to be the first personalized children’s book that is inclusive to every ethnicity and special need. While most personalized books allow the reader only to customize the lead character’s name, Crayon Crunch is… Read More »

Happy Children’s Book Week {May 2-8}

By | May 3, 2011

This week is Children’s Book Week! Yay! Since Children’s books are my favorite, I’m bubbling with excitement to share my favorite children’s books of all time. When I started thinking back to the books I had growing up, this is one that comes to mind first. I remember purchasing this at a school book fair.… Read More »

Food Rules

By | March 6, 2010

My last week at the library I saw this book, flipped through it, and decided to check it out. I loved that it was short, sweet, and to the point. It outlines 63 rules about food. A lot of it is common sense, but I think for a lot of us we have lost our… Read More »

The Shack {the book}

By | July 24, 2009

I just read finished finally reading The Shack. If you have not read the book, I would highly recommend it. I don’t want to discuss the book too much, because I don’t want to give anything away. I will say that I really took to heart the biblical teachings and was able to relate them… Read More »