Soon, it will be the New Year! I really hope next year will be a better year than this year. I might have suggested some of these books in the past and for that, I’m a dumbass. I can’t remember every book I’ve suggested previously. I’ve been finding more comfort in books than ever before. It keeps me away from all the shit happening in the real world.
Noah The Norwhal: A Tale Of Downs And Ups – This is a wonderful book by Judith Lausner for kids about invisible illnesses. I think it’s a wonderful way to show children how even though you seem fine on the outside, inside, there are those who are struggling with issues that you can’t see.. such as depression, fibromyalgia, and migraines which is what the author of this book deals with. It helps children understand what it’s like to deal with chronic pain and invisible illnesses.
The Pink Hat – This book shows how the journey of a pink hat finds its way to a young girl marching for women’s equality.
Bad Kitty – This book series is of the adventures of Bad Kitty. These books have gotten my very reluctant reader to actually read so I give these books a big thumbs up.
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid – This is another series that my reluctant reader has found and enjoys. In The Getaway, Greg and his family go on vacation and it ends up being not what they expected.
The Lying Game – Four girls who were best friends in boarding school have been hidding a terrible secret. One of them calls for the help of her other friends by telling each one “I need you”. They come to find out that secrets aren’t buried forever.
Troublemaker – Leah Remini doesn’t hold back on her life and being a former member of Scientology.
All Is Not Forgotten – A woman has a horrific even take place and a controversial drug is used to erase that part of her memory. But, does the truth ever go away?
In The Pleasure Groove – Duran Duran was one of my biggest childhood music loves ever. In this book, bass player, John Taylor, give insight into his life as the hottest member, in my opinion, of the band. Hello, Mr. Hottie John Taylor.