Given Bowen’s inherent decency, he might well have turned things around even without his feline friend, but he convincingly makes the case that Bob was the cat-alyst.
Maeve Binchy once again created fully realized characters in quick, short strokes.
Facts, figures and fun achievements throughout the 2013 edition are impressive and well worth the buy
This encouraging tale of finding love and hope in unexpected places is full of small yet valuable life lessons that any animal-lover would appreciate...
With almost every turn of a page, there’s a flash of recognition. “I didn’t know you could eat that!” you find yourself saying.
...the book is unlikely to appeal to nonbotanists.
The volume will have particular appeal to readers of gender studies, but these stories ultimately prove that true partnership is gender blind.
...if you or your group is new to D&D, Into the Unknown would be a great addition to your library. For everyone else, you’re not throwing your money away but you’ll get most of the benefit this book has to offer you in the character builder.
the story comes across with an honesty that is admirable. And yes, the end had me bawling like a baby.
Chic on a Shoestring is a lovely book. Well written with clear instructions and packed full of beautiful, easy-to-make projects, it's definitely one for the sewing room bookshelf.
This is a great book and one this reviewer intends to keep and use with my next day or evening with friends, family, and acquaintances. Eating and drinking are great at a get-together but adding one of these games will provide a memorable time for all! Unique and very nicely done
Hand’s descriptions of art and poetry as they are being made are breathtaking...and her troubled, beautifully drawn characters make the heart ache.
His cookbooks teach readers how to get "back to the land," even if the "land" is only a small garden or a patio planter.
Is this a book for the under-eight set? Perhaps, but older kids and adults will share the fun.
...whatever one's taste in firearms, and even if one has no taste for them at all, Mr. Barrett's book is a fascinating look at one man's extraordinary success.
Rin Tin Tin is impeccably researched and full of details of Hollywood, television and American life. Lee’s war experience, the rescue of Rin Tin Tin, and the parts he played in movies are the most compelling sections of the book.
In befriending Atticus and carrying his father’s memory to those serene mountain peaks, Ryan admits he discovered a rare peacefulness, a quality that underscores this touching chronicle.
...Archer (Honor Among Thieves) delivers another page-turning, heart-stopping saga, with delightful twists, and a surprise ending.
Struggling against all and ultimately reborn, Victoria Jones is hard to love, but very easy to root for.
...Koontz’s talent lies in making the preposterous believable. Was Trixie some sort of angel? Regardless, her enchanting story will have fans panting for more.