Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Mod Podge Thoughts (1)

Baby Name Bible

by Pamela Satran & Linda Rosenkrantz


I think this is one of the better baby name books out there. Alphabetized along with personal comments from the omnastitions themselves, Satran & Rosenkrantz and separated by gender.


by Kristin Cashore


My favorite Cashore novel. Fire herself has greatly influenced my own "girls." I adored the ambiguity Cashore captured by portraying the heart of a strong warrioress, afraid of nothing but her own being.


by Brian Selznick


I liked it, but didn't love it. I recently saw the film Hugo and am more than delighted to give Selznick another chance by reading The Invention of Hugo Cabret very soon.

Liesl & Po

by Lauren Oliver


Now here's a middle-grade novel I can get behind! I still find myself thinking of Liesl & Po and boxes full of magic. Oliver injected a classic sense of storytelling, genuine storytelling, within a fabulous modern understanding of life, death and the gray places between here and there.


by Tabitha Suzuma


I love this book, a new classic and an ever-increasing favorite on the Mod Podge Bookshelf.

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