R. J. Palacio MR. BROWNE’S SEPTEMBER PRECEPT: WHEN GIVEN THE CHOICE BETWEEN BEING RIGHT OR BEING KIND, CHOOSE KIND. Fellow readers have been recommending Wonder for me for years, I didn’t understand why a kid with birth deformities–meh how powerful or impressive could this story be? Let me tell you, after reading Wonder it has […]More
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I am super excited to share my first guest post from Novel Cave. Novel Cave is a book blog dedicated to reviews, recommendations, news, and more. Accessible to both book worms, and new readers. A letter to You When You Don’t Feel Like Writing You were probably a creator of stories for a long time. […]More
Maxine Sylvester “I’ve got some carrots instead,” Ronaldo said. He unzipped his backpack and rummaged around with his hoof. “What? They’re gone!” He cried. “I don’t believe it!” “The Phantom Carrot Snatcher strikes again!” Said Rudi dramatically. This is an adorable children’s book! I wish I could have gotten a copy around the holidays to […]More
Mark Haddon Father said, “We all make mistakes, Christopher. You, me, your mum, everyone. And sometimes they’re really big mistakes. We’re only human.” And then I had to decide what to do because I couldn’t live in the house with Father anymore because it was dangerous. So I made a decision. I could not put […]More
T.J. Wray I always tell my sister that on judgment day, when I’m standing before God and he asks me why I did this or why I did that with my life. My answer will always be, “Sir, I did the very best I could with what you gave me to work with. Which was […]More
Karla M. Jay We Were Brave is a multi-perspective holocaust fiction. The themes are heavy, the characters excellent, and the view of America is eye-opening. I enjoy holocaust fiction and nonfiction, if you do too, I recommend you give We Were Brave a read. Wilhelm Falk is trying to bring light to the crimes of […]More