To the End of June by Cris Beam
Traumatized teens, terrible fosters, and massively-broken system defeats best-intentioned foster-parents.
Leave a comment
Filed under Uncategorized
Tagged as ACS, Administration for Children's Services, book review, Cris Beam, foster parenting, homeless teens, New York foster care system, To the End of June
Three Men in a Boat (To Say nothing of the Dog) by Jerome K. Jerome
It’s “Seinfeld.” Jim/George/Harris equal Jerry/George/Kramer. Really.
Tagged as 19th century satire, bad dogs, boat travel on the Thames, book review, humor, Jerome K. Jerome, laziness as an art form, men friends, Three Men in a Boat, travel tales
Shine, Shine, Shine by Lydia Netzer
Backwoods, brain, birth, burbs, Burma and outer space. Splendidly-weird humanity.
Tagged as abusive fathers, Asperger's, autism, birth, book review, Burma, dying, first love, Lydia Netzer, moon, motherhood, mothers and daughters, robots, secrets and lies, Shine Shine Shine, space colonies, suburbs, wives
Special Topics in Calamity Physics by Marisha Pessl
Ironic annotations amuse. Middle’s a tedious muddle. Failure to ignite.
Tagged as book review, High School, Marisha Pessl, motherless girls, murder mystery, mysterious teachers, nonfiction book obsessed people, promising authors whose next book will reflect their genius, Special topics in Calamity Physics
Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 512 other followers