Here it is-the hot new thing. I am surely in the minority when I say, I didn’t like it! The first 100 pages were too slow for my taste. As I kept reading, I realized this was going to be one of those books with a twist at the end (predictably so because this book certainly wasn’t about great writing) and that is exactly what happened. I kind of saw it coming. However, I enjoyed the scenery because I am always intrigued by books set in the south! Check it out!
by Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama gives us an intimate look into her life from a child growing up in the South Side of Chicago to a family who provided the roots of the person she would “become”. At every stage/transition of her life she looked to making herself a better person and always asked, “how can I make a difference for others?”.
I enjoyed reading about how she tackled the vast array of roles she took on. -Janet
We are hooked on Fredrik Backman books!
by Tawni Daigle
Even if you don’t have the time to read it, check this book out just for the photos. Includes lots of projects most amateurs can tackle.