Calling all young readers! Have you been exercising your brains while you were being homeschooled with some light reading? You haven’t? Well, don’t worry, I got you covered with some book suggestions. Today I’m peeling back the covers of Tommy Turner’s Tremendous Travels by Ali Seegar.
If anything good has come from 2020, it’s that people are reading more. I have no facts and figures to back that up, I shall assume this is true because everyone was locked up for most of the year. So if you need a new book to get stuck into, lets dive into the first book of the Lore Trilogy.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that we really enjoy a good book. For this post, we are taking a look at Homeward Bound by Richard Smith. A beautifully told feel-good story about a grandfather and his granddaughter, who both long for purpose and connection, and their shared passion for music. One of them hopes to revive the missed opportunities of the past, the other is looking forward to a future career.
2020 has been one hell of a year so far, and could be a better way to finish it off than staying at home with a good book? Let’s take a look at Under Your Skin by Rose McClelland.
If we have discovered anything about kids during the lockdown, it’s that they might be able to occupy themselves for a while when we need to do a Zoom conference with our boss, but 5 months stuck at home can be boring. And while it is tempting to plonk them in front of the TV all day, we would all prefer if they would expand their minds. Today, I’m looking at Pete Johnsons new book, How to Change Your Parents into Superstars.
Fujita 4 is a whirlwind of a crime thriller, sparked by a chance encounter between a deeply religious Irish professor and an escaped death row convict in the southern United States. As they race to evade capture and cross the Canadian border, exactly where does justice end and morality begin?
An entertaining novella with a philosophical outlook, If Cats Could Talk… Would They Cry introduces Julie Galles, an introvert in an extrovert’s world. Julie is stuck in a rut – until the day she wakes up as a cat. Can a feline perspective help her to reconnect with humanity? Continue reading If Cats Could Talk… Would They Cry by Anatoli Scholz || KappaCino Book Club
God, Does Humanity Exist? by Kamand Kojouri is truly a book for our time. While her acclaimed first set of poems focussed on love, the new volume reflects on suffering, resistance, and, ultimately, hope.
Do you know what makes a fiction story great, especially a thriller? The possibility that it might actually happen. The Ocean Dove is the latest book that blurs the lines between fact and fiction to create a story that is completely fictional but could definitely happen.
It’s pretty awesome when a book drops on my lap that is so reflective of the time that we live in. We might not have seen it until COVID-19 appeared but the fabric of society has been slowly unraveling for quite some time. We of the Forsaken World by Kiran Bhat dives into the world that is slowly falling apart and how it is all connected.