As an introvert who often gets herself into unwanted situations that include other people, I expected this book to be very funny, and I hoped some funny angles will maybe even help me to actually get out of situations. Well, this was a cute little book with fun illustrations, but that's about it.
Okay, there's no real 'reading' in this one, but it looked supercute, so I had to check it out!
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.
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! 😉
The time has come for another round of reviews of shorter books! In today's post you can read about two modern poetry books and one book that's so special I can't really define its genre: it's a comic book about gastronomical experiences and also a cook book. Let's dive in!