I have a feeling that these books by Amanda Lovelace should be marketed under self-improvement (I mean like self-help for women with low self-esteem...or simply just women, everywhere in the world). Her topics are important, the message is clear, but not over-emphasized, the structure is logical, the illustrations lightly support the whole idea. It's a great book.
Tag: Mini Reviews
‘Muhammad Ali’ by Isabel Sanchez Vegara
What could I say that I haven't yet said about the other sweet little books in this series? This one was a very quick read for me again (obviously), and just as cute, inspiring and educational as the ones I read before.
‘Mahatma Gandhi’ by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Albert Arrayas
This was another very sweet and educational little book.
‘Are you Afraid of the Dark Rum?’ by Sam Slaughter
This book was fun! It gave me very appealing ideas to play with drinks (though I'm far from a bartender, I'm not sure I'll ever make them...they sound so delicious, though, that I really want to try them at least once!).
‘David Bowie’ by Isabel Sanchez Vegara
Another very similar book to the other ones in the series. I can only say the same things that I've already told about these books: very sweet and very good for teaching little kids about famous people who did something great.
Books About Drinks – Mini Reviews #10
I've recently read a couple of books about drinks, and I felt like they should be included in the same post. There's something here for everyone: one book about handmade cocktails for the extravagant, creative ones one book about the legendarily strong Absinthe for the hardcore feaster and one book about tea - for the safe players! I myself like the thought of all these, and I'd choose depending on my mood. To learn my thoughts about the books themselves, read further! 😉
Books I’ve Read In Less Than 1 Hour – Mini Reviews #9
Today in this mini reviews post three different books are about to be discussed. There's one that's supposed to be a funny comic, one that's a fun and easy approach for kids that helps learn about gender and the different identities one can have, and the last one is a self-help book that gives tips on brainstorming by yourself.
Books I’ve Read In Less Than 1 Hour – Mini Reviews #8
Here's the next post of the Mini Reviews series, and it's more eclectic than ever! Today I share my thoughts about yet another three books: a children's picture book that keeps it fresh with inspiring creativity, a self-help book about overcoming stress, and a short book of a poem with beautiful illustrations that is most likely a gift book.
Books I’ve Read In Less Than 1 Hour – Mini Reviews #6
Three little books get to be discussed today: two of them has a similar theme - what we do to our bodies. One is poetry and one is a short, sweet story. The third book is a comic about books. It doesn't go with the other, too, but I couldn't resist: come on, it's about books! There's literally 'book' in the title. I knew I must read it, and I simply had to include it! Read my thoughts below! 😉
Books I’ve Read In Less Than 1 Hour – Mini Reviews #5
Today's mini review post is one that only contains poetry collections. Recently I caught myself reading more and more poetry - that's something I used to only once in a while (though I've always enjoyed poems), but lately it has been kind of a new relaxation form for me. I don't know if this will become a tradition or not, but right now I'm here to show you three books of poetry: all three have been just released yesterday: March 5th, 2019!