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Location: Millersville, Maryland United States
Birthday: Aug. 8
 

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Love That Dog by Sharon Creech
Love That Dog by Sharon Creech
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful for all ages, July 13 2004
I bought this book for my 10 year old son about 6 months ago. I just grabbed it tonight to read during a quick break and fell in love. At 90+ pages written in prose it's a quick and easy read and wonderfully entertaining. I think there's a little bit of Jack (the main character) in all of us, wondering if what we are is good enough not only to share with the world but to fess up to ownership of it. His teacher, through gentle guidance, teaches him to believe in himself. I think this book is appropriate for people of any age and I plan on getting it for my 20 something sister for her birthday next month!
Single Wife by Nina Solomon
Single Wife by Nina Solomon
I just checked this book out from the library after reading a review about it in People magazine. In the review it sounded like an upbeat, almost comedic novel about a woman truly finding herself after being released from the imposition of another's will (see The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin). Unfortunately, I found very little upbeat in this novel and spent most of the time wondering if she wasn't just going slowly mad. The fact that she would go to such lengths to deceive everyone around her, when many knew the truth anyway was a little bizarre. I never really got the whole private investigator line and felt like Laz was lurking around the corner throughout the whole story.
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Out on a Whim by David Meurer
Out on a Whim by David Meurer
5.0 out of 5 stars I love Dave, Nov. 16 2003
I've decided that Dave Meurer is one of my new favorite authors. The first book of his that I read was Boyhood Daze: An Incomplete Guide to Raising Boys. As a mother of 3 boys (4 if you count my husband) I was interested on hearing the perspective of another parent with nothing but testosterone in the house. That book was hilarious.
This book was equally entertaining but from a different perspective. I found that Dave delved more into the God/christianity world in this book and was definitely more vocal about his beliefs and his faith. Not necessarily a bad thing, but this book didn't have quite the laugh-factor that Boyhood Daze carried. This book tended to get more… Read more