Author Archives: thekattsmeow
I can’t escape, the shark inside my shark. Our favorite sociopath is back in You Love Me, and Joe is a changed man, or at least, he is trying really hard to be so. This book feels like heartbreak and … Continue reading
In honor of Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month, here’s a peek at what’s currently on my bookshelf. At the moment I’m reading The Gangster We Are All Looking For by Le Thi Diem Thuy.
My Big Kid is starting to outgrow the Captain Underpants series and he’s been really interested in history and non-fiction. The other day Little One and I went to the bookstore and found a few new books for him. He’s … Continue reading
I can relate so much to Vietnamerica, as a daughter of immigrants who has only recently started wondering about where she comes from. This was the first book of many from Asian American authors I’ve read, and it really stuck … Continue reading
Recently I borrowed I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid through my local library. I couldn’t put it down. I started this book not knowing anything about it and I highly recommend you do the same. Just now I noticed … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we’ve added to Little One’s library collection. We took advantage of the last Scholastic book order of the year to load up on some books for the summer!
Thank you local library! I am so surprised at how quickly I was able to get a copy of this book, as I was something like 50th on the waitlist earlier in the week.
We are big bookworms in this house. My kids devour books (like their mom!) and I thought it would be fun to share what we’ve been reading this past week. Little One’s favorites this week She loves theDuck & Goose … Continue reading
I am so happy to finally have a copy of Thi Bui’s illustrated memoir, The Best We Could Do. I can’t wait to dig into this beautiful book!