No books arrived for review this week.
Frozen Secrets by Sally M. Walker. 96 p. Lerner Publishing, August, 2010.
Loved Walker's Written in Bone and I love books about the Antarctic. What more can I ask?
Glimmerglass by Jenna Black. 304 p. St. Martin's Press, May 2010.
The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan. 224 p. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, January, 2011.
Love Levithan and this is his first adult offering.
Mirror by Suzy Lee. 48 p. Seven Footer Entertainment, LLC. April 2010.
I recently blogged about Shadow. Having loved her earlier offering, The Wave, I decided to check out what else she has done.
Reel Culture: 50 Classic Movies You Should Know about (So You Can Impress Your Friends. 176 p. Orange Ave. Publishing, November, 2009.
Son #4 is going to declare his major at college this semester: Theater. He's also a bit of a cinephile. I can't remember where I saw this, but thought he would enjoy it. I'm going to read it though, before I send it on to him.
Sir Charlie: the Funniest Man in the World by Sid Fleischman. 268 p. HarperCollins Publishers, June, 2010.
I absolutely adored Fleischman's biography of Harry Houdini. Charlie Chaplin is a favorite around this household.
You Wish by Mandy Hubbard. 304 p. Razorbill, August, 2010.
I cannot remember which blog review caught my fancy. This one looks like a fun bit of fluff.