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Surprisingly good reads for October…… by the Stereotypical Librarian - Surprise it is my turn to do the blog, and I haven’t been planning a theme for this month. Oh, dear! So here are the books I’ve been reading and the reason I’m reading them and why I’ve enjoyed them. Maybe you will too. “The Haunting of Hill House“ by Shirley Jackson – I was
Mother and Daughter Suspense by The Stereotypical Librarian - It is often thrilling when a mom and daughter get to spend time together; however, these following books take the excitement to a whole new level. The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn – The mom who happens to love watching old black and white Hitchcock movies feels like she is living in one
Are you independent? By the Stereotypical Librarian - Since we just celebrated Independence Day it made me wonder just how independent we really are. Are you free from influence, persuasion, or bias while relying only on your own abilities and judgment? If you said YES, then good for you but stop reading now because I’m only talking to the folks who said NO.
Underdog, or am I just being catty? by the Stereotypical Librarian - A new scientific study found dogs have twice as many neurons in their brains as cats have in theirs. The human scientists who also display a large number of neurons in their brains concluded this must mean dogs are definitely twice as smart as cats. My cats heard this report on the news and just
Ahoy! by the Stereotypical Librarian - Get that book out of dry dock. It is time to get back into the waves of fun that reading in the summer provides. Play along with me, as I give you clues and you try to guess the title of the book. Clue 1: First published as a serial in the magazine Young Folks