By now you're probably well aware that I got a kitty this summer and I cannot be any more happier with her.
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.
Lately I've been playing with the thought of learning photography. I mean really learning, not just buying a better camera that knows everything by itself, and then simply hope for the best.
I still have next to no time for my hobbies, though, so it's pretty tiring to learn new stuff. That means I have to be, and stay motivated. And for that purpose, this little book was perfect.
I've always loved writing, and tried my hand at poems, too, though I have to admit that I'm more of the prose writer type.
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.
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' 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!