Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
#museum
review
CaitZ
Old World Murder | Kathleen Ernst
post image
Pickpick

This one was ok. The characters were interesting enough to make me want to read/listen to the next one, but the pop culture references really made it feel dated.

25 likes1 stack add
review
GatheringBooks
post image
Pickpick

#LilithJuly Day 2: The little girl in the story knows that she “can not take a balloon inside the museum” – thus, she requested the well-meaning red-haired lady to kindly hold on to her orange balloon. Little does the lady-photographer know the trouble that she‘s in for being the balloon‘s nanny for a few hours, turning her into a veritable #BasketCase. My review of this lovely wordless picturebook: https://wp.me/pDlzr-1h2

KarenUK This does sound lovely..... 💕😍 2w
Lova I love this book too! 2w
Cinfhen I‘m in love with these illustrations 2w
52 likes1 stack add3 comments
review
ambam1987
The Time Museum | Matthew Loux
post image
Pickpick

Waited along time for this!!! Time Museum Volume 2 is amazing. Graphic Novel fans will love this one!

review
ravenlee
post image
Pickpick

Always a good read. Using this for the library SRP‘s “a book that makes you happy” prompt. Also number four down for #14books14weeks!

22 likes1 stack add
quote
ravenlee
post image

Grammar matters.

review
Skeeterisme
post image
Pickpick

Started out reading the book and switched to audio for a long car ride today. Can‘t believe I never read this as a kid. Fantastic!

RebL This definitely fueled my childhood fantasies. 1mo
annahenke This is one of my favorites! 1mo
46 likes1 stack add2 comments
blurb
MMenefee
The Sixty-Eight Rooms | Marianne Malone
post image

While visiting the Thorne Collection (my favorite!) at the Art Institute of Chicago I learned about this fun series.

Eyelit Aw, that‘s so cool! 1mo
MMenefee @Eyelit I want to live that and this series sounds as if it‘ll make that experience happen. 1mo
Eyelit I hope that turns out to be true and I look forward to your reviews! 1mo
17 likes1 stack add3 comments
review
Krisjericho
Archival Quality | Ivy Noelle Weir
post image
Pickpick

I really enjoyed this one. Cel is a messy, not always nice person who is struggling, and I could feel her desperation to feel better. She takes things out on other people and won‘t get the help she needs, but she feels real. The mystery/ghost/haunting element is the right amount of creepy.

61 likes2 stack adds
review
toofondofbooks
post image
Pickpick

This is probably my 10th reread of this classic (the first time in 1982 lol). It's still one of me fave middle grade reads.

Eggs I concur-I‘ve lost count of how many times I‘ve read this. The question is why🤷‍♀️ 2mo
inthegreensandblues I loved this book as a kid but haven't read it since elementary school. I would think about it sometimes but couldn't remember the name! I bought the ebook a while back so it's on my tbr! 😁 2mo
26 likes2 stack adds2 comments