I have a feeling that these books by Amanda Lovelace should be marketed under self-improvement (I mean like self-help for women with low self-esteem...or simply just women, everywhere in the world). Her topics are important, the message is clear, but not over-emphasized, the structure is logical, the illustrations lightly support the whole idea. It's a great book.
What could I say that I haven't yet said about the other sweet little books in this series? This one was a very quick read for me again (obviously), and just as cute, inspiring and educational as the ones I read before.
This was another very sweet and educational little book.
This book was fun! It gave me very appealing ideas to play with drinks (though I'm far from a bartender, I'm not sure I'll ever make them...they sound so delicious, though, that I really want to try them at least once!).
Another very similar book to the other ones in the series. I can only say the same things that I've already told about these books: very sweet and very good for teaching little kids about famous people who did something great.
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! 😉
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.
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.
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! 😉
Today's mini review post is one that only contains poetry collections. Recently I caught myself reading more and more poetry - that's something I used to only once in a while (though I've always enjoyed poems), but lately it has been kind of a new relaxation form for me. I don't know if this will become a tradition or not, but right now I'm here to show you three books of poetry: all three have been just released yesterday: March 5th, 2019!