Books About Drinks – Mini Reviews #10

I've recently read a couple of books about drinks, and I felt like they should be included in the same post. There's something here for everyone: one book about handmade cocktails for the extravagant, creative ones one book about the legendarily strong Absinthe for the hardcore feaster and one book about tea - for the safe players! I myself like the thought of all these, and I'd choose depending on my mood. To learn my thoughts about the books themselves, read further! 😉

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‘Bloom Where You’re Planted’ by Lasairiona McMaster

I've already featured this book, 'Bloom Where You're Planted', before on my blog. That time unfortunately I didn't have enough time to finish reading it, so I only posted a book blitz as part of the blog tour. If you'd like to see that post and get to know more about this book and its author, click HERE! Otherwise, here are my thoughts about it after finally having read it!

Books I’ve Read In Less Than 1 Hour – Mini Reviews #8

Here's the next post of the Mini Reviews series, and it's more eclectic than ever! Today I share my thoughts about yet another three books: a children's picture book that keeps it fresh with inspiring creativity, a self-help book about overcoming stress, and a short book of a poem with beautiful illustrations that is most likely a gift book.

Little People, Big Dreams: An Adorable Series to Inspire the Very Little Ones!

I came across a couple of books in this series on NetGalley and I immediately wanted to download all of them that was available! Little People, Big Dreams is a series of picture books for toddlers, maybe kindergartners. Each book tells the story of a famous person who had an idea, stood by it, worked hard and achieved something. They're people who inspire even us adults. Among these real life heroes there're scientists, writers, people fighting for the rights of minorities, people of color and women. They show a good example.

‘The Library Book’ by Susan Orlean

'The Library Book' is one that somehow suddenly got ahead on my TBR, when I noticed it was a read now last week on NetGalley. Since the release day is 16th October, so, well, yesterday, I decided to read it during the weekend. Here's my review! May I suggest a hot cup of cappuccino or anything of the sort with it? If there's a perfect non-fiction read for a gloomy autumn day, then this one is it!